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Scalable Source Routing

Known as: SSR 
Scalable Source Routing (SSR) is a routing protocol for unstructured networks such as mobile ad hoc networks, mesh networks, or sensor networks. It… 
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2017
2017
Key messageBased onCasuarina equisetifoliatranscriptome data, the present study developed and validated 15 transferable EST-SSR… 
Review
2011
Review
2011
IP multihoming is a networking concept with a deceptively simple definition in theory. In practice, however, multihoming has… 
2009
2009
Wireless sensor networks are vulnerable to the node clone attack because of low-cost, resource-constrained sensor nodes, and… 
2009
2009
Scalable source routing (SSR) is a network layer routing protocol that provides services that are similar to those of structured… 
2007
2007
One of the major drawbacks of small embedded systems such as sensor nodes is the need to program in a low level programming… 
2006
2006
SCALABLE SOURCE ROUTING is a novel routing approach for large unstructured networks, for example hybrid mobile ad hoc networks… 
2006
2006
The Scalable Source Routing (SSR) protocol combines overlay-like routing in a virtual network structure with source routing in… 
2005
2005
  • T. Fuhrmann
  • Second Annual IEEE Communications Society…
  • 2005
  • Corpus ID: 7391210
The design of efficient routing protocols for ad hoc and sensor networks is challenging for several reasons: Physical network… 
2005
2005
  • T. Fuhrmann
  • The Second IEEE Workshop on Embedded Networked…
  • 2005
  • Corpus ID: 17216200
In this paper, we briefly present a novel routing algorithm, scalable source routing (SSR), which is capable of memory and…