Author(s) Name:  Andres Medina, Stephan Bohacek
In the design of many proactive routing protocols for MANETs, it is often assumed that topology information is disseminated instantly and error free. Exceptions include hazy-sighted routing, which deliberately delay the dissemination of topology information such that the average time from when a node learns about a change in topology depends on the distance from the node to where the topology information changed.
However, the analysis of hazy-sighted routing neglects the impact of this delay. This paper explores the impact of delayed topology information to the probability of routing loops formation and and packet loss.
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Publisher:  ACM New York
Year of Publication:  2008
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