DASH, Deferred aggregated routing for scalable ad-hoc networks



A new Deferred Routing approach for future wireless networks, focused on large scale mobile and dynamic networks, is described. A hierarchy is defined in order to maintain different routing granularity levels to each network cluster. This allows an efficient management and dissemination of the necessary routing information, as well as resilience in mobility scenarios, for the usage of Deferred Routing with context aggregation. A complexity analysis shows an overall more scalable protocol when compared to other well known routing protocols and simulation results confirm this performance increase. The impact is very significant for larger scenarios, and represents an improvement for future networks, such as ad-hoc networks.


Ad-hoc Networks, Routing, Scalability


Ad-hoc Networks, Routing, Scalability


Wireless Days (WD), 2010 IFIP, October 2010

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