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Adaptive-SDR: Adaptive Swarm-based Distributed Routing I. Kassabalidis*
 

Summary: Adaptive-SDR: Adaptive Swarm-based Distributed Routing
I. Kassabalidis*
, M.A. El-Sharkawi*
, R.J.Marks II*
, P. Arabshahi
, A.A. Gray
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Abstract Swarm intelligence forms the core of a new class of
algorithms inspired by the social behavior of insects that live in
swarms. Its attractive features include adaptation, robustness
and a distributed, decentralized nature, rendering swarm-based
algorithms well-suited for routing in wireless or satellite
networks, where it is difficult it implement centralized network
control. We propose one such routing algorithm, dubbed
Adaptive Swarm-based Distributed Routing (Adaptive-SDR),
which is scalable, robust and suitable to handle large amounts of
network traffic, while minimizing delay and packet loss.
I. INTRODUCTION
Satellite networks exhibit characteristics of wireless and
wired networks. Transmission is wireless but highly

  

Source: Arabshahi, Payman - Applied Physics Laboratory & Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

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