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A Framework for Analysis of Connectivity and Performance Bounds in Ad Hoc Networks and Its Application to a Slotted-ALOHA Scenario
Journal of Communications Software and Systems
In this paper, a framework is proposed to analyse theproblems of connectivity and performance in ad-hoc networks through an analytical approach. To this aim, available results regarding the application of percolation theory to the study of connectivity in ad-hoc networks are exploited jointly with communication theory models in order to derive the configuration of network parameters that ensures long range connectivity among nodes and the corresponding available capacity on the wireless medium.doi:10.24138/jcomss.v1i1.315 fatcat:4vxkk3mnizdzbceeheqpfmtjba