The localized Delaunay triangulation and ad-hoc routing in heterogeneous environments
Watson, Mark Duncan
Ad-Hoc Wireless routing has become an important area of research in the last few years due to the massive increase in wireless devices. Computational Geometry is relevant in attempts to build stable, low power routing schemes. It is only recently, however, that models have been expanded to consider devices with a non-uniform broadcast range, and few properties are known. In particular, we find, via both theoretical and experimental methods, extremal properties for the Localized Delaunay Triangulation over the Mutual Inclusion Graph. We also provide a distributed, sub-quadratic algorithm for the generation of the structure.
DegreeMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
SupervisorKeil, J. Mark
CommitteeSoteros, Chris; Horsch, Michael C.; Eager, Derek L.
Copyright DateDecember 2005