MULTIPLE ACCESS FOR MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS IN AD HOC NETWORKS

@inproceedings{Wieselthier2003MULTIPLEAF,
  title={MULTIPLE ACCESS FOR MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS IN AD HOC NETWORKS},
  author={Jeffrey E. Wieselthier and Anthony Ephremides},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper, we address the medium-access control (MAC) problem in systems with multiple destinations, a problem that is crucial to the development of ad hoc networks. We focus on collision-resolution algorithms, specifically on First-Come, First-Serve (FCFS) splitting algorithms. We illustrate the difficulties that arise because of the interference between two populations of nodes that share a common channel, the most serious consequence of which is the possibility of deadlock that occurs… CONTINUE READING

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