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Evaluate the Effect of Mobility in Mobile Sensor Networks

@inproceedings{Sharma2015EvaluateTE,
  title={Evaluate the Effect of Mobility in Mobile Sensor Networks},
  author={Anil Kumar Sharma and Surendra Kumar Patel and Anurag Seetha},
  year={2015}
}
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are emerging area of research. Improving routing mechanism is a fundamental challenge of WSNs. One possible solution consists in making use of mobility in WSNs. Routing in mobile WSNs becomes more difficult because of the frequent path failures and unpredictable topology changes, which may increase packet loss and packet delay. Mostly the existing comparative studies consider only one mobility model for evaluating routing protocols. One mobility model does not… 

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