WSN13-5: A Location-based Directional Route Discovery (LDRD) Protocol in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks

@article{Yau2006WSN135AL,
  title={WSN13-5: A Location-based Directional Route Discovery (LDRD) Protocol in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks},
  author={Stephen S. Yau and Wei Gao and Dazhi Huang},
  journal={IEEE Globecom 2006},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-6}
}
Mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) are important in pervasive computing systems, in which users discover and utilize various services to achieve their goals. Integrating service discovery with efficient route discovery protocol in MANETs can greatly improve the efficiency of pervasive computing systems, and hence an efficient route discovery protocol in MANETs is desirable. In this paper, a location-based directional route discovery (LDRD) protocol with a node location service based on local… CONTINUE READING

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