Ad Hoc Networks - 4005-742-01 - 20063
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- Jason Winnebeck (Contact Info)
- Travis Thomas -- hurtlerusa at yahoo dot com
- Benjamin Willis -- benjamin dot willis at gmail dot com
Team Research Topic
Survey of Ad hoc routing algorithms
Comparison of three routing algorithms:
- DSR: Dynamic Source Routing
- CHAMP: Caching and Multi-Path Routing Protocol
- GPSR: Greedy Perimeter Stateless Routing
Presentation 1 - April 5, 2007 - Overview (odp)
Presentation 2 - April 12, 2007 - Papers Review (odp)
Presentation 3 - April 26, 2007 - Project Design (odp)
Presentation 4 - May 10, 2007 - Project Results (odp)
Final report (ODT) (PDF)
Source code (including tests), binary code (including CSCL
dependency), input files and generated output files. (ZIP
- 338k) (tar.bz2 - 274k)
Generated Javadoc (not included in above package) (ZIP
- 264k) (online HTML)
Note: running unit tests requires JUnit.
The scripts do not compile the unit tests by default, and JUnit is not required
to run the binaries.
- Johnson, David B., Maltz, David A., Broch, Josh. 2001. DSR: The Dynamic
Source Routing Protocol for Multi-Hop Wireless Ad Hoc Networks. in Ad Hoc
Networking, edited by Charles E. Perkins, Chapter 5, pp. 139-172, Addison-Wesley,
2001. Obtained from http://www.monarch.cs.rice.edu/monarch-papers/dsr-chapter00.ps
- ALVIN C. VALERA, WINSTON K.G. SEAH AND S.V. RAO, CHAMP: A Highly Resilient
and Energy-Efficient Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad hoc Networks. In Proceedings
of the 5th IEEE Conference on Mobile and Wireless Communications Networks
(MWCN 2002), Stockholm, Sept 9-11, 2002.
- Karp, B. and Kung, H. T. 2000. GPSR: greedy perimeter stateless routing
for wireless networks. In Proceedings of the 6th Annual international Conference
on Mobile Computing and Networking (Boston, Massachusetts, United States,
August 06 - 11, 2000). MobiCom '00. ACM Press, New York, NY, 243-254. DOI=
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