Date Added: Jul 2011
This paper examines global context classification in Peer-To-Peer Ad-hoc Mobile wireless NETworks (P2P-MANETs). To begin, circumstances are presented in which such systems would be required to classify a global context. These circumstances are expounded upon by presenting concrete scenarios from which a set of requirements are derived. Using these requirements, related work is evaluated for applicability, indicating no adequate solutions. Algorithmic approaches are proposed, and analysis results in a benchmark as well as bounds for distribution of processing load, memory consumption and message passing in P2P-MANETs.