Item description for Ad Hoc & Sensor Networks: Theory And Applications by Carlos De Morais Cordeiro & Dharma P. Agrawal...
This book introduces a new explanatory cross-layer model specifically designed to understand all aspects of ad hoc and sensor networking, from design through performance issues to application requirements. Future directions, challenges and potential simulation projects are also discussed. The topics included represent a significant portion of what is going on in academia and industry. The vast materials provided will enable readers to not only understand and position themselves in this hot area, but also to develop new capabilities, enhance skills, share expertise, consolidate knowledge and design future solutions. Thus, the book is useful for researchers and engineers, and anyone who seeks a deeper understanding of this growing field and wishes to pursue it as a future research topic.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1.9 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9812566821 ISBN13 9789812566829
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Pense num livro do caralho Mar 30, 2007
Esse livro é da porra. Se não fosse eu ele não tinha sido escrito. Pense numa capa bonita da porra.
Truly Mobile Wireless Networking Mar 14, 2007
The concept of as Ad-Hoc, especially a Mobile Ad hoc NETwork - MANET is of a set of devices with communications needs that are not tied to fixed base stations. Rather like the cellular phone network if the base stations were also mobile. This obviously requires that all communications be wireless. The network gets more complex as the devices move, perhaps at different speeds and directions, and as the communications links may not be symetrical, or equivalent speed. An obvious application for a MANET is a modern rapidly moving battlefield such as that in the Iraq wars. Other applications include disaster recovery where a MANET might be set up in hours rather than days -- note the time to re-establish communications in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
This book is the result of research that covers vertually every aspect of MANETs included Routing, Scability, Quality of Service, Security, Energy Conservation, Topology, Standards, and Implementation.