The Multi-Path Dynamic Addressing Routing (M-DART) is a routing protocol for ad hoc networks with the following features:
The M-DART extends the DART protocol, first proposed by J. Eriksson, M. Faloutsos and S. Krishnamurthy. The ns-2 implementation has been extensively tested for ad hoc networks up to 4096 nodes. The ./mdart/example/ folder contains an example of static ad hoc network scenario used for the results published in M. Caleffi, L. Paura, "On Reliability of Dynamic Addressing Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks", accepted for publication in the special issue on "Architectures and Protocols for Wireless Mesh, Ad Hoc, and Sensor Networks" of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 2010.
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Tom Henderson 2011-11-05