Wireless ad hoc networks are generally characterised by random node locations and multi-hop routes. A quantitative knowledge of the relation between hop count and Euclidean distance could provide a better understanding of important network parameters such as end-to-end delay, power consumption along the route, and node localisation. In this paper, we present an analytic approach to capture the statistics on hop count for a given source-to-destination Euclidean distance in a greedy routing approach. We also show that, for a given hop count, the bounds on Euclidean distance can be computed from the distribution characteristics of per-hop progress

Bounds on Hop Distance in Greedy Routing Approach in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

CHESSA, STEFANO
2006

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Wireless ad hoc networks are generally characterised by random node locations and multi-hop routes. A quantitative knowledge of the relation between hop count and Euclidean distance could provide a better understanding of important network parameters such as end-to-end delay, power consumption along the route, and node localisation. In this paper, we present an analytic approach to capture the statistics on hop count for a given source-to-destination Euclidean distance in a greedy routing approach. We also show that, for a given hop count, the bounds on Euclidean distance can be computed from the distribution characteristics of per-hop progress
De, S; Caruso, A; Chaira, T; Chessa, Stefano
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