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Customizing GPSR for wireless sensor networks
2004 IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems (IEEE Cat. No.04EX975)
Several problems are required to be fixed in order to apply geographical routing protocol Greedy Perimeter Stateless Routing (GPSR) in wireless sensor networks. First, GPSR is designed under the assumption of symmetric links (i.e., bidirectional reachability) which is not realistic for many practical sensor networks. Second, in sensor networks, packet destinations are often marked with locations instead of identifiers like IP address and therefore packets are routed to the home node which isdoi:10.1109/mahss.2004.1392204 dblp:conf/mass/ChenGP04 fatcat:salrtptx3rgqzbwbyby7q6vbbi