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Performance of scalable source routing in hybrid MANETs

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1 Author(s)
Fuhrmann, T. ; Comput. Sci. Dept., Tech. Univ. Munich

Scalable source routing (SSR) is a novel routing approach for large unstructured networks such as mobile ad hoc networks, mesh networks, or sensor-actuator networks. It is especially suited for organically growing networks of many resource-limited mobile devices supported by a few fixed-wired nodes. SSR is a full-fledged network layer routing protocol that directly provides the semantics of a structured peer-to-peer network. Hence, it can serve as an efficient basis for fully decentralized applications on mobile devices. SSR combines source routing in the physical network with Chord-like routing in the virtual ring formed by the address space. Message forwarding greedily decreases the distance in the virtual ring while preferring physically short paths. Thereby, scalability is achieved without imposing artificial hierarchies or assigning location-dependent addresses

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Wireless on Demand Network Systems and Services, 2007. WONS '07. Fourth Annual Conference on

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24-26 Jan. 2007

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