The core-assisted mesh protocol


The Core-Assisted Mesh Protocol (CAMP) is introduced for multicast routing in ad-hoc networks. CAMP generalizes the notion of core-based trees introduced for internet multicasting into multicast meshes that have much richer connectivity than trees. A shared multicast mesh is defined for each multicast group; the main goal of using such meshes is to maintain… (More)
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@article{GarciaLunaAceves1999TheCM, title={The core-assisted mesh protocol}, author={J. J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves and Ewerton L. Madruga}, journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications}, year={1999}, volume={17}, pages={1380-1394} }