Self-Organization in Mobile Ad hoc Networks based on the Dynamics of Interaction

@inproceedings{Herrmann2003SelfOrganizationIM,
  title={Self-Organization in Mobile Ad hoc Networks based on the Dynamics of Interaction},
  author={Klaus Herrmann and Kurt Geihs},
  year={2003}
}
Mobile ad hoc networks provide a communication environment that is characterized by dynamic changes in the topology and in the availability of resources. The limited transmission range of mobile devices and the mobility of the users make it difficult to transfer wellknown mechanisms for the organization of distributed systems to the ad hoc networking domain. Therefore, there is a need for self-organization mechanisms that help applications in coping with these effects. So far, the research on… CONTINUE READING

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