Cache performance evaluation in DSR protocol through cross-layering for mobile ad hoc networks
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Wireless mobile ad-hoc networks are being actively studied by many researchers these days. These networks are suitable to be used in various situations because of (i) their infrastructure-less property and (ii) the mobility of the nodes of the network. However, it is these features which give rice to problems in study of such networks. Further, routing is one of the basic issues in any network design. Inclusion of moving capability to the nodes, make the routing problem more complicated. One is always interested in increasing the throughput and reducing overhead while at the same time solving the issues related to routing. DSR is a protocol that is extensively used for routing in such networks. Cache management and route caching play a significant role in using DSR successively to attain the best behavior for these networks. This thesis looks at and suggests some methods for route caching in DSR.
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