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Friginal López, Jesús; Andrés Martínez, David De; Ruiz García, Juan Carlos; Martínez Raga, Miquel (2014)
Publisher: Elsevier
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Fault and attack injection, Experimental testbeds, Survey, ARQUITECTURA Y TECNOLOGIA DE COMPUTADORES, Ad hoc networks, Resilience evaluation

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ACM Ref: ComputerSystemsOrganization_COMPUTER-COMMUNICATIONNETWORKS
Routing protocols allow for the spontaneous formation of wireless multi-hop networks without dedicated infrastructure, also known as ad hoc networks. Despite significant technological advances, difficulties associated with the evaluation of ad hoc routing protocols under realistic conditions, still hamper their maturation and significant roll out in real world deployments. In particular, the resilience evaluation of ad hoc routing protocols is essential to determine their ability of keeping the routing service working despite the presence of changes, such as accidental faults or malicious ones (attacks). However, the resilience dimension is not always addressed by the evaluation platforms that are in charge of assessing these routing protocols. In this paper, we provide a survey covering current state-of-the-art evaluation platforms in the domain of ad hoc routing protocols paying special attention to the resilience dimension. The goal is threefold. First, we identify the most representative evaluation platforms and the routing protocols they have evaluated. Then, we analyse the experimental methodologies followed by such evaluation platforms. Finally, we create a taxonomy to characterise experimental properties of such evaluation platforms. This work is partially supported by the Spanish Project ARENES (TIN2012-38308-C02-01), the ANR French Project AMORES (ANR-11-INSE-010), and the Intel Doctoral Student Honour Programme 2012. Friginal López, J.; Andrés Martínez, DD.; Ruiz García, JC.; Martínez Raga, M. (2014). A survey of evaluation platforms for ad hoc routing protocols: a resilience perspective. Computer Networks. 75(A):395-413. doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2014.09.010 Senia 395 413 75 A

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