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raffelsberger2012evaluation


C. Raffelsberger and H. Hellwagner, "Evaluation of MANET routing protocols in a realistic emergency response scenario," Proceedings of 10th Workshop on Intelligent Solutions in Embedded Systems (WISES 2012), Klagenfurt, Austria, July 2012, pp. 88-92.

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model, We evaluate the performance of several routing protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) in an emergency response scenario. The simulated scenario uses a disaster area mobility and connectivity, a wireless shadowing model to represent realistic first responder movements in a hybrid indoor/outdoor environment. The resulting scenario imposes some challenges on the MANET routing protocols such as intermittent and protocols., network partitions. The simulation results show that nodes have diverse connectivity characteristics which are challenging for state-of-the-art MANET routing

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C. Raffelsberger
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@inproceedings{raffelsberger2012evaluation,
    author = {Raffelsberger, C. and Hellwagner, H.},
    title = {{Evaluation of MANET routing protocols in a realistic emergency response scenario}},
    booktitle = {10th Workshop on Intelligent Solutions in Embedded Systems (WISES 2012)},
    pages = {88-92},
    keywords = {emergency services;mobile ad hoc networks;routing protocols;MANET;disaster area mobility model;hybrid indoor/outdoor environment;intermittent connectivity;mobile ad-hoc networks;network partitions;realistic emergency response scenario;routing protocols;wireless shadowing model;Emergency services;Mobile ad hoc networks;Mobile communication;Routing;Routing protocols},
    year = {2012},
    month = {July},
    address = {Klagenfurt, Austria},
    publisher = {IEEE},
   }
   
   

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