The design and development of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Wireless (and hence mobile) communication networks have become an integral part of our society, significantly enhancing communication capabilities; mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) extend this capability to any time/anywhere, providing connectivity without the need of an underlying infrastructure. This work aims to investigate the newcoming area of mobile ad hoc networks, focusing on research problems related to the design and development of routing protocols, both from a formal and technical point of view.
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