[NRG] Reminder: Victoria Manfredi: Selecting the Right Forwarding Mechani... @ Mon Mar 1 4pm - 5:30pm (NRG at BU)

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Title: Victoria Manfredi: Selecting the Right Forwarding Mechanism for the  
Title: Selecting the Right Forwarding Mechanism for the Network  
Speaker: Victoria Manfredi
The appropriate strategy for routing in wireless and mobile ad-hoc networks
can vary dramatically depending on the network characteristics, from routing
to flooding to store-carry-forward. We currently lack a precise  
understanding of
when each of these three forwarding algorithms is preferred. In this work,  
focus on identifying the network characteristics under which each of the  
forwarding mechanisms is preferable. Using a lattice network as the basis  
our initial investigations, we delineate the boundaries between stable  
for which routing is preferable, unstable networks for which  
is preferable, and the intermediate case for which flooding is preferable.
(1) D. Antonellis, A. Mansy, K. Psounis, M. Ammar. "Towards distributed  
network classification for mobile ad hoc networks".  
(2) Di Wang and Alhussein A. Abouzeid. "Link State Routing Overhead in  
Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: A Rate-Distortion Formulation".  

When: Mon Mar 1 4pm – 5:30pm Eastern Time
Where: 111 Cummington Street, Boston, MA 02215 (CS Research Lab Lounge)
Calendar: NRG at BU
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