Special issue on “Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks”
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A primary aim of wireless ad-hoc networks is to deliver data in areas where there is no pre-defined infrastructure. In these networks, the users, but also the network entities can be potentially mobile. Wireless ad-hoc networks have recently witnessed their fastest growth period ever in history. Real wireless ad-hoc networks are now implemented, deployed and tested, and this trend is likely to increase in the future. However, as such networks are increasingly complex, performance modeling and evaluation play a crucial part in their design process to ensure their successful deployment and exploitation in practice. This special issue on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks aims to open a new critical debate on the evaluation of wireless ad-hoc networks. It includes original theoretical and/or practical contributions, from researchers and practitioners that identify and address issues in evaluating wireless ad-hoc networks.
CitationAguilar, M., Cuomo, F., Guérin-Lassous, I. Special issue on “Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks”. "Ad hoc networks", Gener 2015, vol. 24, núm. B, p. 1-2.