Transmission applicative multipoint pour les réseaux ad-hoc

Translated title of the contribution: Multicast transmission application for ad-hoc networks

Cyrine Mrabet, Mohamed Ali Kaafar, Farouk Kamoun

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Abstract

AOMP (Ad-hoc Overlay Multicast Protocol) is a novel approach for application-layer multicast in ad-hoc networks. We introduce in this paper a new algorithm that exploits a few properties of IP-routing to extract underlying topology information. The basic idea is to match nodes' path to the source in order to detect near neighbors in the physical topology. Then, in a dynamic and decentralized way, we construct a minimum cost mobility-aware delivery tree, connecting nodes that are close to each other. We design a tree improvement algorithm in order to enhance the global performance of AOMP during data distribution. Our simulations results show that, compared to previously proposed application-layer multicast structures, AOMP yields trees with lower cost and traffic redundancy. In addition, it performs well in terms of packet losses, especially in case of node mobility.

Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationCFIP 2006
Subtitle of host publicationColloque Francophone sur l'Ingenierie des Protocoles
EditorsEric Fleury, Farouk Kamoun
PublisherHermes Science Publications
ISBN (Electronic)9782746215870
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Externally publishedYes
EventColloque Francophone sur l'Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2006 - French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2006 - Tozeur, Tunisia
Duration: 30 Oct 20063 Nov 2006

Conference

ConferenceColloque Francophone sur l'Ingenierie des Protocoles, CFIP 2006 - French-Speaking Conference on Protocol Engineering, CFIP 2006
CountryTunisia
CityTozeur
Period30/10/063/11/06

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