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ExOR: Opportunistic Multi- hop routing for Wireless  Networks by; Sanjit Biswas and Robert Morris, MIT Presented by; Mahanth K Gowda Some pictures/graphs adopted from authors’ slides 1
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OVERVIEW Traditional Routing ExOR: key intuitions and ideas ExOR: Realization Evaluation 2
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TRADITIONAL ROUTING Links are abstracted as wires. Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version A B C D E Destination Path E A D E C A D C 3
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LINK TRANSMISSION IS A  BROADCAST Probability of reception decreases with distance However, there is always a chance that data travels longer Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version C E Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version Edraw Trial Version 90% 60% 10% 4 A D B
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ECE 256 taught by Professor Choudhury during the Spring '11 term at Duke.

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