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Part 1 - Tut 3 - Q - EE5132 Wireless and Sensor Networks...

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Part 1: Tutorial 4 - 1 EE5132 – Wireless and Sensor Networks Part 1: Tutorial 3 – Questions 1. A given ad hoc network consists of 100 nodes, and the mobility of the nodes is such that every one second, two existing radio connections are broken, while two new radio links are established. Assuming each node is connected to exactly four adjacent nodes, find the total number of communication links in the network. 2. A network topology is shown in Figure Q3. (a) Using the Dijkstra algorithm determine the paths to all the nodes from node 1. How many iterations are there? (b) Using the Bellman-Ford algorithm determine the paths to all the nodes from node 1.
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