Connectivity restoration and amelioration in wireless ad-hoc networks: A practical solution

Abstract : Connectivity restoration after a node failure is one of the major issues in wireless ad-hoc networks. In particular, failures can lead to a network partitioning and a huge loss of information. Therefore, a fast mechanism is needed to heal the network between the partitions. In this paper, we consider the scenario where an intermediate node failures and a mobile system is moving autonomously to restore connectivity and provide the best service. We propose a fast connectivity restoration algorithm that is based only on local information. We implement our solution on a real robotic platform and we present some experimental results using a simple case scenario.
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Christos Katsikiotis, Dimitrios Zorbas, Periklis Chatzimisios. Connectivity restoration and amelioration in wireless ad-hoc networks: A practical solution. 1st International Workshop on Autonomous Monitoring and Networking (WAMN'14) in conjunction with ADHOCNETS 2014, Aug 2014, Rhodes, Greece. ⟨hal-01058595⟩

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