Recognizing Moving Groups with Infrastructure Support

  title={Recognizing Moving Groups with Infrastructure Support},
  author={Daniel Hollos and Adam Wolisz},
  journal={2006 IEEE 17th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications},
Detection of nearby nodes in wireless ad hoc networks requires periodic neighborhood scanning which is, in terms of energy, a rather expensive procedure: The nodes transmit the discovery packets and, furthermore, their reception circuits have to be active most of the time. Since distributed moving group detection algorithms rely on those nearby node-detection procedures, this kind of overhead seems unavoidable for them. However, in most of the scenarios some fixed infrastructure co-exist which… CONTINUE READING
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