The main concepts of routing applied to wireless networking environments are introduced in this book, focusing on networks that can be deployed within an urban scenario – which is vertiginously gaining importance given the recent efforts towards smart cities.
The authors review physical medium characteristics and the main underlying access methods, before moving on to introduce the main metrics and protocols used for routing in ad hoc, mesh, vehicular, sensor, and delay- and disruption-tolerant networks. Throughout the book the main differences between the approaches are discussed.
It is particularly of interest to engineers and both undergraduate and graduate students in engineering and computer science.
1. Wireless Networking Basic Aspects.
2. Basic Routing Concepts.
3. Ad Hoc Routing.
4. Mesh Routing.
5. Vehicular Routing.
6. Sensor Routing.
7. Delay- and Disruption-Tolerant Network Routing.
Miguel Elias M. Campista is Associate Professor at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His research interests include wireless routing, opportunistic networking, Quality of Service, and home networking.
Marcelo G. Rubinstein is Associate Professor at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His research interests include wireless networks, home networking, medium access control, and Quality of Service.
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