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In this paper we describe AntHocNet, an algorithm for routing in mobile ad hoc networks based on ideas from the Nature-inspired Ant Colony Optimization framework. The algorithm consists of both reactive and proactive components. In a reactive path setup phase, multiple paths are built between the source and destination of a data session. Data are stochastically spread over the different paths, according to their estimated quality. During the course of the session, paths are continuouslydoi:10.1109/wons.2005.3 dblp:conf/wons/DucatelleCG05 fatcat:wnvoatxegzcfdpxe4zex3zwzau