The principal theme of MSN conferences is the development and deployment of protocols, algorithms, systems, and applications for mobile ad-hoc and wireless sensor networks. Following the success of MSN 2005 and MSN 2006, MSN 2007 provided a forum for researchers and practitioners working in related areas to exchange research results and share development experiences. MSN 2007 attracted 304 submissions. Each paper was reviewed by at least three members of the Program Committee (PC) and reviewers. The ?nal p- gram included 75 papers, which covered a range of di?erent topics, including routing, network protocols, energy management, security, etc. TheOrganizingCommitteewouldliketothanktheSteeringCommitteem- bers Xiaohua Jia, Sajal K. Das, Ivan Stojmenovic, and Jie Wu for their support and guidance in the conference organization. We would like to take this opp- tunity to thank all the authors for their submissions to the conference. Many of them traveled great distances to participate in this symposium and make their valuable contributions.Thanks to allthe ProgramCommittee members for their valuable time and e?ort in reviewing the papers. Without their help and advice this program would not be possible. Special thanks go to the conference PC Vice-Chairs, Eric Fleury, Vojislav B. Misic, and Pedro M. Ruiz, for their hard work in assembling the international PC and coordinating the review process.Third International Conference, MSN 2007 Beijing, China, December 12-14, 2007 Proceedings Hongke Zhang, Stephan Olariu, Jiannong ... Figure 1 is a schematic diagram with two layer zones, the first layer is divided into 4 equal area zones and the second layer is divided into 8 equal area zones. ... tV. t. E. t. P . i i i I² Ipanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks|
|Author||:||Hongke Zhang, Stephan Olariu, Jiannong Cao|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-11-19|