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Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) consist of mesh clients that can be either stationary or mobile, and static mesh routers through which the clients communicate with each other and with the Internet or other networks. Wireless mesh networks have established their presence with a promise of supporting variegated traffic ranging from real-time to best effort while providing coverage to large metropolitan areas. Multihop communication, the existence of inherently error-prone wireless channel, the static nature of mesh nodes, the availability of sufficient bandwidth resources and the need to transport multimedia traffic with different QoS budgets necessitate the design of QoS-aware routing metrics to improve the performance of routing algorithms.
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