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Performance Evaluation of Using a Dynamic Shortest Path Algorithm in OLSRv2

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Executive Summary

MANET routing protocols are designed to scale up to thousands of routers with frequent changes of the topology. In preference, MANET routing protocols should also support constrained low-power devices. One of the bottlenecks of scalability in link-state routing protocols is the performance of the shortest path algorithm (e.g. Dijkstra). In this paper, the authors investigate the in-node performance of OLSRv2 and, in particular, study the benefits of using a Dynamic Shortest Path (DSP) algorithm for this routing protocol. A DSP algorithm is an algorithm that adds or removes edges in the routing tree incrementally and calculates shortest paths, also incrementally.

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