2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11723-7_30
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Abstract: Abstract. Topology control is the problem of assigning powers to the nodes of an ad hoc network so as to create a specified network topology while minimizing the energy consumed by the network nodes. Topology control in mobile wireless ad hoc networks under the Simple Mobile Network (SMN) Model was introduced in [6]. In that model, there is only one moving node. That node moves on a straight line segment throughout a unit time interval and no assumptions are made about the moving speed. In this paper we study … Show more

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“…There are many solutions proposed in the literature [4], [7], [16], [20], [21], most of which produce very sparse topologies. However, energy conservation is not the only important goal.…”
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“…There are many solutions proposed in the literature [4], [7], [16], [20], [21], most of which produce very sparse topologies. However, energy conservation is not the only important goal.…”
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confidence: 99%