Estimation of hop count in multi-hop wireless sensor networks with arbitrary node density
In multi-hop wireless sensor networks, the number of hops between the source and the destination has a significant impact on network performance and has been extensively identified in the literature. However, the methods most commonly used significantly underestimate the number of hops for sparse networks. The impact of node density is significant, and this factor is not adequately addressed. In effect, many schemes to calculate hop count imply geographic routing, even if they intend to...[Show more]
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