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dynamic spatial reconstructor: an x-ray machine that displays bodily organs in three-dimensional moving images.
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Four performance indicators are used to measure the performance of the proposed PGO-DLLA, the standard AODV, the black hole AODV (BAODV) and AntNet.
IEEE 802.11 MAC layer protocol and AODV routing protocol were used.
By improving the wireless ad hoc on-demand plane distance vector routing protocol (Ad hoc On-Demand Distance the Vector Routing, AODV), the intrusion detection system can achieve efficient, rapid intrusion detection.
48 1.0.49 1.0.50} for {set i 4}{$i < $opt(wirelessNodes) + 3}{incr i}{ set mobile$i [$ns node [lindex $temp [expr $i-4]]] } In ALL pattern the hierarchical addressing for the router and host nodes are shown below: Router {0.0.0} -node 0 Host 1 {0.0.1} -node 1 Host 2 {0.0.2} -node 2 The address for the wireless sensor nodes are: Gateway {1.0.0} -node 3 Sensor node {1.0.1} TO {1.0.50} node 4 to 53 Protocols such as AODV, DSDV, LEACH, and HETRA are used for analyzing the energy efficiency and NLT of WSN connected with fixed wired network.
Zapata proposes a secure version of AODV, called SAODV [8], to prevent the black hole attack on AODV.
AODV is the routing protocol based on the distance vector algorithm, which integrates the target serial number of DSDV and the on-demand routing discovery in DSR [11].
As an extension of the AODV routing protocol, SAODV can be used to protect the route discovery mechanism by providing security features like: non-repudiation, integrity and authentication.
In both cases we used TCP New Reno version and AODV routing protocol.
AODV is specifically designed for mobile Ad Hoc networks as a reactive routing protocol; it is simple, reliable and has the superior performance [4].
This paper presents a thorough evaluation of Dynamic MANET On-demand (DYMO) routing protocol (Chakeres and Perkins, 2008) and draws comparisons with well known protocols - Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) (Johnson et al., 2007) and Ad Hoc On-demand Distance Vector (AODV) (Perkins et al., 2003) protocols.
The Ad Hoc On-Demand Distance Vector routing protocol (AODV) is an improvement of the Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing protocol (DSDV).