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A Review of Power Conservation in Wireless Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET)
N Tantubay, DR Gautam, MK Dhariwal ,Power ,
Abstract In wireless mobile ad hoc net-works,(MANET), Power conservation is a critical issue
as energy resources are limited at the electronic devices (Nodes), since each node in a
wireless ad hoc network operates on battery power and battery energy is a rare resource. 

Hierarchically Segmented Routing (HSR) Protocol for MANET
S Patel, K Elleithy ,6th International Conference , 2009 ,
Abstract With the rapid advances in wireless and semiconductor technologies, mobile
connectivity became cheap and ubiquitous. One of the major challenges facing Mobile Ad-
Hoc Networks (also known as MANETs) is the absence of a proper routing protocol that 

A Coyle, S Naguleswaran ,2010 ,
Abstract. There has been considerable research and discussion about Mobile Ad-hoc
Networks (MANETs). Many papers and experiments have investigated different Medium
Access Control (MAC) and routing protocols. However the use of directional antennas 

Security Enhancement for Authentication of nodes in MANET by checking the CRL status of Servers
A Irshad, W Noshairwan, M Shafiq , Urban Computing and , 2010 ,Springer
MANET security is becoming a challenge for researchers with the time. The lack of
infrastructure gives rise to authentication problems in these networks. Most of the TTP and
non-TTP based schemes seem to be impractical for being adopted in MANETs. A hybrid 

Improving Data Accessibility and Query Delay in Cluster based Cooperative Caching (CBCC) in MANET using LFU-MIN
B Madhavarao ,International Journal of Computer , 2011 ,
Abstract In order to improve data accessibility and reduce query delay in MANETs,
cooperative caching approach is adapted in. So far, cache replacement algorithms like LRU,
LFU, and LRU-MIN are used to reduce query delay and improve data accessibility in 

Behavioral Study of MANET Routing Protocols by using NS-2
AK Sharma ,IJCEM International Journal of Computational , 2011 ,
Abstract A Mobile Ad-hoc NETwork (MANET) consists of a number of mobile wireless nodes,
among which the communication is carried out without having any centralized control.
MANET is a self organized, self configurable network having no infrastructure, and in 

An Efficient Agent-Based AODV Routing Protocol in MANET
P Bhati, R Chauhan, RK Rathy ,International Journal, 2011 ,
Abstract—A MANET (Mobile Adhoc Network) consists of a collection of mobile nodes
communicating with each other without any fixed infrastructure such as access points or
base stations. MANETS are self organizing or self restoring. Network topology in MANETS 

Cross-Layer MANET Routing Algorithm Based on Radio Link Stability
K Homayounfar ,Workshop on Mobile Communications, IEICE Tech. ,
Abstract Routing is one of the critical functions in a Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET). It
enables unreachable mobile nodes to communicate via intermediate nodes. The lack of
fixed coordination in MANET compels mobiles to cooperate in order to implement routing, 

Dependable propagating routing information in MANET
Z Li, W Guo ,Networking and Mobile Computing, 2005 ,Springer
The dynamic topologies and membership in MANET make it difficult to use conventional
routing protocol for propagating trusted routing message between individual nodes.
However, it is the most important thing to implement the secure communication in MANET

Performance Evaluation of Energy Consumption in MANET
A Kumar, MQ Rafiq ,Performance Evaluation, 2012 ,
ABSTRACT The mobility of nodes in MANET may result in dynamic topology with high rate
of link breakage and network partitions leading to interruption in communication and packet
loss. Many routing protocols have been proposed in the literature with different 

A Behavioral Study of Wormhole Attack in Routing for MANET
S Amrit, S Praneet ,International Journal of Computer , 2011 ,
Abstract Wireless mobile ad-hoc networks are those networks which has no physical links
between the nodes. There is no fixed topology in this network due to the random mobility of
nodes, interference, multipath propagation and path loss. Many Routing protocols have 

GOM: new genetic optimizing model for broadcasting tree in MANET
S Elaiwat,   Proceedings of IEEE , 2010 ,
Abstract—Data broadcasting in a mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) is the main method of
information dissemination in many applications, in particular for sending critical information
to all hosts. Finding an optimal broadcast tree in such networks is a challenging task due 

Performance Comparison of MANET Associativity Based Routing (ABR) and the Improvisation Done for a More Reliable and Efficient Routing
S Buruhanudeen, M Othman, BM Ali ,The 3rd Information and , 2007 ,
ABSTRACT The Associativity Based Routing (ABR) protocol is in the family of MANET on-
demand routing protocol. Its distinct feature is the use of associativity ticks which is required
to only form routes based on the stability of nodes, under the fact that there is no use to 

Trust Based Strategy to Resist Collaborative Blackhole Attack in Manet
N Bhalaji, AV Kanakeri, KP Chaitanya ,Information Processing , 2010 ,Springer
This paper analyses the cooperative black hole attack which is one of the new and possible
attack in adhoc networks. A black hole is a type of attack that can be easily employed
against routing in mobile adhoc networks. In this attack a malicious node advertises itself