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By Mohapatra P. (ed.), Krishnamurthy S.V. (ed.)

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4 Exploiting mobility: node mobility if attacked in brute force mode can be a serious obstacle to scalability, security and QoS support. However, mobility can be exploited to make our job easier. 1 of this chapter (LANMAR protocol). Other important benefits are in epidemic diffusion of indices and “last encounter” routing. Motion prediction can also assist in making georouting more efficient. Similarly, the presence of high performance access points (eg, infostations or backbone nodes) on a node’s trajectory may encourage to delay a data transfer instead of transmitting the data immediately to low power neighbors.

This chapter does a thorough survey of the literature. It also brings up the challenge of node mobility and network dynamic. The most popular multicast protocols - MAODV, ODMRP - are first reviewed. Then, more specialized protocols are introduced: MCEDAR (using the concepts of clustering and backbone), AMRoute (relying on the overlay multicast concept), Geocast, Gossip (based on random re-broadcast). Additional requirements may be placed on top of basic multicast, for example: reliability, QoS, security.

16 to 15 to 11, each standard addressing different environments etc. 11 family a broad range of versions have been defined, to address different needs. In ad hoc network design the importance of tuning the network protocols to the radios and the applications to the network protocols is even more critical, given the extreme range of variability of the systems parameters. Clearly, the routing scheme that works best for network of a dozen students roaming the Campus may not be suitable for the urban grid with thousand of cars or the battlefield with an extreme range of node speeds and capabilities.

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