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Dynamic Ad Hoc Networks. Telecommunications

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Motivated by the exciting new application paradigm of using amalgamated technologies of the Internet and wireless, the next generation communication networks (also called 'ubiquitous', 'complex' and 'unstructured' networking) are changing the way we develop and apply our future systems and services at home and on local, national and global scales. Whatever the interconnection - a WiMAX enabled networked mobile vehicle, MEMS or nanotechnology enabled distributed sensor systems, Vehicular Ad hoc Networking (VANET) or Mobile Ad hoc Networking (MANET) - all can be classified under new networking structures which can be given the generic title of 'ad hoc' communication networking.

Dynamic Ad Hoc Networks presents selective recent and important research ideas in this field and provides a timely snapshot of potential developments covering network control, network topology, routing and scheduling for various aspects of implementation, applications and associated attributes. The book features contributions from an international panel of well-known experts and researchers, exploring ad hoc networking fundamentals and its principles; recent and key developing techniques of dynamic ad hoc networking; in-depth analysis of critical serviceoriented features of dynamic ad hoc networking; and typical case studies, application scenarios and uses of dynamic ad hoc networking.

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- Part I: Concepts and principles
- Chapter 1: Dynamic ad hoc networks and associated key management
- Chapter 2: Energy-efficient routing protocols in ad hoc networks
- Chapter 3: Security in vehicular ad hoc networks
- Chapter 4: INT Internet-gateway discovery in mobile ad hoc networks
- Chapter 5: Capacity of wireless ad hoc networks
- Part II: Networking methods and techniques
- Chapter 6: VANET dynamic routing protocols: evaluation, challenges and solutions
- Chapter 7: Exploiting cooperative relays in MIMO ad hoc networks
- Chapter 8: Single-path and multipath routings in mobile ad hoc networks
- Chapter 9: Ant colony inspired routing for mobile ad hoc networks
- Chapter 10: Reliable multipath routing in mobile ad hoc networks using hybrid computational intelligence algorithms
- Chapter 11: Dominating set clustering protocols for mobile ad hoc networks
- Part III: Ad hoc network management
- Chapter 12: Reliable approach to prevent Blackhole and Grayhole attacks in mobile ad hoc networks
- Chapter 13: Distributed channel reservation MAC: A QoS improvement technique for dynamic ad hoc networks
- Chapter 14: Energy efficient local forwarding schemes
- Chapter 15: Dynamic spectrum sharing between cooperative relay and ad hoc networks: towards real-time optimal control
- Part IV: Applications and uses of ad hoc networking
- Chapter 16: Quality of service for multimedia applications in mobile ad hoc networks
- Chapter 17: Road traffic management: traffic controllers, mobility and VANET
- Chapter 18: EMPIRE - Energy efficient trust-aware routing for wireless sensor networks
- Chapter 19: Bio-inspired scheduling schemes for wireless ad hoc sensor networks
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Habib F. Rashvand

Habib F. Rashvand has over 30 years professional experience in academia and industry, including positions at Racal, Vodafone, Nokia, Cable & Wireless, University of Tehran, University of Zambia, Open University, Coventry University, German Universities of Magdeburg and the University of Warwick. His interests include innovation, engineering management, wireless sensor systems and distributed systems. He is the author of over 100 publications including two books.

Han-Chieh Chao

Han-Chieh Chao is a joint appointed Full Professor of the Department of Electronic Engineering and Institute of Computer Science & Information Engineering at National Ilan University, Taiwan, and is also serving as the president for the same school. His research interests include high speed networks, wireless networks, IPv6 based networks, digital creative arts and digital divide. He has authored or co-authored four books and has published about 300 refereed professional research papers. He is the Editor-in-Chief of several journals including IET Communications and IET Networks.

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