Routing with anycasting in ad-hoc networks


Wireless ad hoc networks are infrastructureless multi-hop networks in which nodes behave as mobile routers. The intermediate node is often faced with the decision to choose between two of its neighbors, both of which may be equally good for forwarding the packet to the final destination. Selection is then made randomly, without respecting the possibility… (More)

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