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A multihop wireless network (also called ad hoc network) is formed by some independent wireless mobile nodes working together via peer-to-peer communication, without any centralized control and established communication backbone. The topological characteristic of multihop wireless networks is a hot research topic in recent years. In Keqin Li researched some important topological characteristics of multihop wireless networks, such as node degree, connectivity, diameter, bisection width and biconnectivity. All mainly researched the connectivity of multihop wireless networks.
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