Advances in Ad Hoc Networking: Proceedings of the Seventh by Pedro Cuenca, Carlos Guerrero, Ramon Puigjaner, Bartomeu

By Pedro Cuenca, Carlos Guerrero, Ramon Puigjaner, Bartomeu Serra

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventh Annual Mediterranean advert Hoc Networking Workshop held in Spain on June 25-27, 2008. The IFIP sequence publishes cutting-edge ends up in the sciences and applied sciences of data and conversation. The scope of the sequence contains: foundations of desktop technology; software program idea and perform; schooling; laptop functions in know-how; conversation platforms; platforms modeling and optimization; details platforms; desktops and society; computers know-how; safety and safety in details processing structures; man made intelligence; and human-computer interplay. complaints and post-proceedings of refereed overseas meetings in computing device technological know-how and interdisciplinary fields are featured. those effects usually precede magazine e-book and signify the most up-tp-date learn. The valuable goal of the IFIP sequence is to motivate schooling and the dissemination and alternate of knowledge approximately all elements of computing.

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Any new agent ex (referred to as child agent) continues to move in the network just like itsparent agent ey. , its advertising budget), is divided equally (or almost equally since hey is an integer) among the child and the parent agent. When only one agent is employed in the network, it is expected to achieve a certain value of coverage, C(L), for some L > 0 and for a certain number of messages H, in (completion) time equal to H time units. If a child agent is created (assuming half of the allowed number of messages of its parent agent), the completion time is expected to be reduced, while coverage C(L) may: (a) remain the same - for example, when both agents cover the same coverage area as the single agent; (b) increase - for example, when the agents cover different coverage areas and therefore, are capable of stretching the advertising network more than the case when a single agent was employed; (c) decrease - for example, when both agents cover the same coverage area but for a shorter time due to the division of the number of messages.

In streaming [3], the source node sends packets in sequence. The destination replies with a Retransmission Request Packet (RRP) if it finds a sequence gap in the received packets. Streaming is more efficient than the timeout-based protocol since the destination only sends a negative acknowledgement (NACK) for every lost packet, instead of sending a positive acknowledgement for every received packet, which reduces the amount of transmissions. However, streaming still needs to wait a NACK for every transmitted packets.

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