multipath routing


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multipath routing

Using multiple routes in a network for fault tolerance (use the second if the first fails) or improved bandwidth (use two or more paths simultaneously). See multipath.
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Figure 1 shows the proposed disjointed multipath routing. The source node splits the video data to transmit to neighboring nodes using Bluetooth that has a higher bandwidth than Zigbee.
Given information about the underlying network graph, [18] proposes multipath routing heuristics for unicast and multicast scenarios along with a data scheduling algorithm.
Erfani, "Survey of multipath routing protocols for mobile ad hoc networks," Journal of Network and Computer Applications, vol.
Ashraf, "Performance Evaluation of On-demand Multipath Routing Protocols for Mobile Ad hoc Networks", Proc.
In recent years, such techniques have been exploited for multipath routing, especially when sensor nodes collect visual and audio data from the monitor field.
Multipath routing schemes with load balancing can be classified into traditional IP-based and multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) based.
[2] Xuefei Li and Laurie Cuthbert, "Stable node-disjoint multipath routing with low overhead in mobile ad hoc network," in Proc.
Baolin, "Fuzzy Controllers Based Multipath Routing Algorithm in MANET", Physics Procedia, Volume 24, Part B:, 2012, pp.
Wu, "Analysis of a Hypercube-Based Social Feature Multipath Routing in Delay Tolerant Networks," IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, vol.
The development of multipath routing such as "Multipath-TCP" or "SCTP" supports the higher potential to the routing mechanism.
(1) Guaranteeing the safe transmission of data to the sink no matter whether an attack exists in the network: the early researches did not detect the existence of attacks (such as black, DOS, and SFA attack) and, instead, adopted a multipath routing method to reliably guarantee the data can reach the sink [21, 23].

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