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Broadcast Scheduling in  Broadcast Scheduling in  Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Mobile Ad Hoc Networks ——Related work and our proposed  approach By Group 4:   Yan Qiao, Yilin Shen, Bharat C. and Zheng Li Presenter:   Zheng Li [email protected]
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Existing broadcast scheduling  Existing broadcast scheduling  approaches for MANET approaches for MANET Blind flooding Self/dominant pruning PDP and TDP Forward-node-set-based broadcast
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Existing broadcast scheduling  Existing broadcast scheduling  approaches for MANET approaches for MANET Blind flooding Self/dominant pruning PDP and TDP Forward-node-set-based broadcast
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Existing broadcast scheduling  Existing broadcast scheduling  approaches for MANET approaches for MANET Blind flooding Self/dominant pruning PDP and TDP Forward-node-set-based broadcast
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Self Pruning and Dominant  Self Pruning and Dominant  Pruning Pruning Optimal flooding tree (NP-C) Minimize the cost - the number of  transmissions Utilize the neighborhood information  exchanged between nodes Nodes keep reporting their existence  to neighbors Reference: H. Lim and C. Kim, “Flooding in wireless ad hoc networks.”
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Self Pruning Self Pruning
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Dominant Pruning Dominant Pruning
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