Mohammad Ilyas's The Handbook of Ad Hoc Wireless Networks PDF

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By Mohammad Ilyas

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ISBN-13: 9780849313325

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Only a member of the desired multicast group may respond to a join RREQ. If the RREQ is not a join request, any node with a fresh enough route (based on group sequence number) to the multicast group may respond. If an intermediate node receives a join RREQ for a multicast group of which it is not a member, or if it receives a RREQ and it does not have a route to that group, it rebroadcasts the RREQ to its neighbors. 5 An example of MAODV protocol. (a) The propagation of RREQ packets. (b) The propagation of RREP packets.

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The mobility of mobile ad hoc networks adds another dimension of difficulty. Highly mobile hosts in the ad hoc network will make any QoS constraints unobtainable. Therefore, it is assumed that the mobile ad hoc network under consideration is combinatorially stable [Chakrabarti and Mishra, 2001]: under a specific time window, the topology changes occur sufficiently slowly to allow successful propagation of all topology updates as necessary. QoS routing (multicast) depends on the accurate availability of the current network state, which is expensive to maintain because of network dynamics and aggregation in large networks.

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