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Performance Evaluation of Multi-path Source Routing Protocol according to Mobility Model
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Performance Evaluation of Multi-path Source Routing Protocol according to Mobility Model
Kim, Su-Sun; Kim, Moon Jeong;
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A variety of routing protocols targeted specifically at mobile ad-hoc network environments have been developed. Mobile ad-hoc network is a self-organizing temporary network, operating without the aid of any established wired infrastructure. The proposed protocol supports seamless communication services between the mobile hosts within a mobile ad-hoc network environments. In particular, our protocol makes faster route re-establishment possible by maintaining multiple paths in each mobile host, and also, the protocol provides reliable communication environments. We compare the performance of RWP model with that of LW model. This paper shows delivery ratio with single path and non-disjoint multiple path according to mobility model and node numbers.
Mobile Ad-Hoc Network;Multi-path Source Routing Protocol;Levy Walk Mobility Model;Random Way Point Mobility Model;
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