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Dynamic Ad-Hoc Networks is a compilation of key research papers and contributions from experts and researchers in the field considers that under the Ad-Hoc–based distributed systems, we can vision a whole new emerging distributed style of features that have never been experienced before. Motivated by a new exciting application paradigm using both internet and wireless technologies, Ad-Hoc networking and its association with emerging technologies is discussed across a range of systems ranging from surveillance systems up to road traffic control systems. Improved features of Ad-Hoc networking are discussed in this book to lead the way for new approaches for higher reliability, security, energy efficiency and application-specific optimized performance. The book is organised into four inter-related parts: Concepts and Principles; Networking Techniques; Ad-Hoc Network Management; and Applications of Ad-Hoc Networking. Examples are supported by a variety of algorithms. Dynamic Ad-Hoc Networks features three areas of new advanced solutions; advancements in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET), Vehicular Ad-hoc Networking (VANET) and distributed sensor systems (DSS), specific networking topologies such as Mesh, WLAN, WiMAX and Vehicular-to-Vehicle Communication and ad hoc specific networking solutions such as network control, routing, scheduling and application samples such as wireless sensor networks (WSN) and Telematic Computing.
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