Effect of Network Parameters on Neighbor Wireless Link Breaks in GPSR Protocol and Enhancement Using Mobility Prediction Model
The Greedy Perimeter Stateless Routing (GPSR) protocol is a well-known position-based routing protocol. Data packet routing in position-based routing protocols uses the neighbors' geographical position information, which is stored in the sender's neighbors list, and the destination's position information stored in the routing data packet header field to route the packet from source to destination. In the GPSR protocol, the sender routes the packets to a neighboring node, whose geographical position is the closest to the destination of all the sender's neighbors.
Provided by: Springer Science+Business Media Topic: Mobility Date Added: May 2012 Format: PDF