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IGF: A robust state-free communication  protocol for sensor networks  B.M. Blum, T. He, S. Son, J.A. Stankovic  UVa Tech Report 2003
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Implicit Geographic Forwarding  Tackle the rapid dynamics found in WSNs To deal with Power Down Nodes (Sleep mode) Node Mobility Node Failure Scale Lazy Binding (to the nth degree) State Free – no routing tables
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Lazy Binding Concept Defer mapping network topologies into volatile states (e.g. route state) as  late as this operation allows (last 50 microsec in IGF). 
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Unformatted text preview: Binding Time: Network Creation Network Maintenance End-to-End Request Forwarding operation Protocols: FIX DSDV, GPSR,SPEED DSR, AODV,DD IGF FIX Proactive On-Demand Lazy-Binding Routing Category: Lazier IGF IGF is a combined Routing/MAC protocol Eligible nodes - 60 degree cone (shift cone if necessary) RTS - set timer based on distance and energy remaining R A D S 30 30 N Asleep Moving Away...
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course COMPUTERS CS537 taught by Professor Salman during the Spring '09 term at Texas A&M University–Commerce.

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