Common Entry Eradication and Cluster Elimination in MANETs (CEECE)

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Topic: Data Management
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Mobile ad-hoc networks is a collection of wireless mobile nodes, which form temporary networks without relying on any existing infrastructure or centralized administration or standard support services regularly available in wide area networks to which the host may normally be connected. Clustering is the process of building hierarchies among nodes in the network. In this paper, an ad hoc network is partitioned into group of nodes called as clusters. In this paper, the authors proposed an algorithm CEECE to eradicate cluster formation by removing the common entries that will ultimately optimize the performance of network structure.

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