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Multipath Routing for Opportunistic Data Transfer in Mobile Adhoc Network

@inproceedings{Arasu2013MultipathRF,
  title={Multipath Routing for Opportunistic Data Transfer in Mobile Adhoc Network},
  author={Sheela Rani Arasu and Immanuel John Raja Jebadurai},
  year={2013}
}
-Mobile Adhoc Network is an infrastructure less and self-configuring network of wireless communication between nodes. In Mobile Adhoc Network, routing is a difficult task and it is an important research area of work due to its unpredictable network topology changes. The challenging task is to make the wireless network communication as best as the wired ones. Routing could be made efficient by knowing the topological information of the wireless network and thus the packets can be transmitted… 

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