Augmented tree-based routing
Augmented tree-based routing (ATR) protocol, first proposed in 2007, is a multi-path DHT-based routing protocol for scalable networks. ATR resorts to an augmented tree-based address space structure and a hierarchical multi-path routing protocol in order to gain scalability and good resilience against node failure/mobility and link congestion/instability.
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- Caleffi, Marcello; Ferraiuolo, Giancarlo; Paura, Luigi (2008). "On Reliability of Dynamic Addressing Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks". Proceedings of WRECOM '07: Wireless Rural and Emergency Communications Conference, Roma (Italy), October 2007. arXiv:0801.4082. Bibcode:2008arXiv0801.4082C.
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