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Guide to Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
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Guide to Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

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ISBN-13:
9781848003279
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.03.2009
Seiten:
620
Autor:
Sudip Misra
Gewicht:
951 g
Format:
244x162x33 mm
Serie:
Computer Communications and Networks
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This is a comprehensive guide to the latest trends in ad hoc and ubiquitous computing. It features in-depth descriptions of terminologies and concepts related to the diverse subject areas in wireless communication, and reports on rapid advancements.
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Properties of Wireless Multihop Networks in Theory and Practice.- Self-Configuring, Self-Organizing, and Self-Healing Schemes in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Cooperation in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Multicasting in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Broadcast in Ad Hoc Networks.- Geographic Routing in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Formal Verification of Routing Protocols for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Mobility Management in MANETs: Exploit the Positive Impacts of Mobility.- Mobility Models for Ad Hoc Networks.- Models for Realistic Mobility and Radio Wave Propagation for Ad Hoc Network Simulations.- Quality of Service Support in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Delay Management in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Address Allocation Mechanisms for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Congestion Control in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Security in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Intrusion Detection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Security Threats in Ad Hoc Routing Protocols.- Trust Management in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks.- Integration of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks into IP-Based Access Networks.
Overview and Goals Wireless communication technologies are undergoing rapid advancements. The past few years have experienced a steep growth in research in the area of wireless ad hoc networks. The attractiveness of ad hoc networks, in general, is attributed to their characteristics/features such as ability for infrastructure-less setup, minimal or no reliance on network planning and the ability of the nodes to self-organize and self-configure without the involvement of a centralized n- work manager, router, access point or a switch. These features help to set up a network fast in situations where there is no existing network setup or in times when setting up a fixed infrastructure network is considered infeasible, for example, in times of emergency or during relief operations. Even though ad hoc networks have emerged to be attractive and they hold great promises for our future, there are several challenges that need to be addressed. Some of the well-known challenges are attributed to issues relating to scalability, quality-of-service, energy efficiency and security.