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By Nathalie Mitton, Melike Erol Kantarci, Antoine Gallais, Symeon Papavassiliou

This booklet constitutes the court cases of the foreign convention on advert Hoc Networks, ADHOCNETS 2015, held in September 2015 in Italy.
The 17 common and three invited papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a variety of submissions. The papers hide themes akin to actual layer; MAC and routing; mobility in networks; self-organization, virtualization and localization; cloud, virtualization and prototypage; defense and fault tolerance in instant cellular networks.

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Future works will include the following evaluations. 1. Evaluations considering the joining and leaving of terminals 2. Evaluations considering more realistic power consumption model Acknowledgment. The authors would like to thank Mr. Takuya Sakamoto and Ms. Miki Tomomune for their constructive contributions. This work was partly supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Numbers 26420367, 26280032, 15K00431. References 1. E. ): Ad Hoc Networking. Addition Wesley (2000) 2. : A Survey on sensor networks. IEEE Commun.

As defined previously in the present paper, Cape, Caph , and Capi denote the capacity of the edge e, house h, and ITAPὶ, respectively; wh denotes the traffic demand generated from house h. The first constraint, equation (1) formulates the flow conservation constraint, namely, for every house except the house originating the flow, the total amount of flow entering the house is equal to the total amount of flow exiting it. The inequality, equation (2) formulates the constraint that each house has wh amount of flow to send, and the third constraint indicates that a house does not receive flow sent by itself.

Further, by using simulation experiments, we demonstrated that our method can improve communication reachability when DSDV is used for the routing protocol. 5 Conclusion In this study, we proposed a method to set the radio transmission range using a target problem, in order to improve both the communication reachability and power savings for each terminal. We evaluated our method using ns2, from the viewpoint of both the total goodput and total power consumption. Moreover, we compared the results obtained by our proposed method and results obtained by setting a fixed value for the communication range.

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