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Proceedings of the 2003 ACM workshop on Wireless security - WiSe '03
In an ad hoc network, mobile computers (or nodes) cooperate to forward packets for each other, allowing nodes to communicate beyond their direct wireless transmission range. Many proposed routing protocols for ad hoc networks operate in an on-demand fashion, as on-demand routing protocols have been shown to often have lower overhead and faster reaction time than other types of routing based on periodic (proactive) mechanisms. Significant attention recently has been devoted to developing securedoi:10.1145/941315.941317 fatcat:holifgwonrhbdp6f7jzy77bnim