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Modeling the Impact of Protocols on Traffic Burstiness At Large Timescales in Wireless Multi-Hop Networks
We investigate the impact of the protocol stack on traffic burstiness at large time-scales in wireless multi-hop network traffic. Origins of traffic burstiness at large scales (like its LRD nature) have been mostly attributed ...
Study of OLSR for Real-time Media Streaming over 802.11 Wireless Network in Software Emulation Environment
In this paper we present a setup to study the real-time traffic carrying performance of optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol using software emulation. We emulate the IEEE 802.11 MAC/PHY using the EMANE software ...
Studying Real-time Traffic in Multi-hop Networks Using the EMANE Emulator: Capabilities and Limitations
In this paper, we study the fidelity of an open-source software emulator to provide reliable estimation of performance for real-time traffic in mobile ad-hoc networks. We emulate the IEEE 802.11 MAC/PHY (DCF) using the ...
Distributed Topology Control for Stable Path Routing in Multi-hop Wireless Networks
In this paper, we introduce the stable path topology control problem for routing in mobile multi-hop networks. We formulate the topology control problem of selective link-state broadcast as a graph pruning problem with ...