By Azzedine Boukerche
A one-stop source for using algorithms and protocols in instant sensor networks
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5], and Al-Karaki and Kamal ) uses nodes’ locations as addresses, while the latter (see Johnson et al. , Johnson and Maltz , Johnson  and Perkins ) floods the network only when needed. Despite the fact that geographic awareness is often limited by the need to find ways to route around voids, dead-ends, and obstacles as well as function in sparse environments with very low network densities, its advantages outweigh its limitations in that hosts need only keep their neighbors’ state and support a fully general any-to-any communication pattern without explicit route establishment.
Algorithms and Protocols for Wireless and Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (Wiley Series on Parallel and Distributed Computing) by Azzedine Boukerche