Routing Over Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with Non-Ergodic Mobility

@article{Milling2009RoutingOM,
  title={Routing Over Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with Non-Ergodic Mobility},
  author={Chris Milling and Sundar Subramanian and Sanjay Shakkottai and Randall Berry},
  journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2009},
  year={2009},
  pages={2079-2087}
}
Routing to mobile nodes in a wireless network is conventionally performed by associating a static IP addres s (or a geographic location) to each node, and routing to that address using routing tables at intermediate nodes that are updated periodically to reflect mobility-induced network topology changes. This mode of routing works when the mobiles’ speeds a well as the number of mobiles are small. However, in the prese nce of large number of fast-moving mobiles, such approaches are infeasible… CONTINUE READING

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