Game-Based Learning Using MANETs

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Executive Summary

Game-based learning has been widely adopted for children's learning. By playing games, children may develop fantasy, curiosity, challenge and control. Moreover, game-based learning has been adopted by several universities and lifelong learning projects. Introducing game-based learning at outdoor educational activities would benefit learning. Mobile Ad Hoc NETworks (MANETs) would be used to support collaborative learning at any outdoor environment without the need for preinstalled infrastructure. Simulations are run to measure important performance and reliability factors. The results certify that MANETs can support outdoor game-based learning.

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