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Kim, Woobin, Jin, Jungha, Kim, Keecheon.  2016.  A Routing Protocol Method That Sets Up Multi-hops in the Ad-hoc Network. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication. :70:1–70:6.

In infrastructure wireless network technology, communication between users is provided within a certain area supported by access points (APs) or base station communication networks, but in ad-hoc networks, communication between users is provided only through direct connections between nodes. Ad-hoc network technology supports mobility directly through routing algorithms. However, when a connected node is lost owing to the node's movement, the routing protocol transfers this traffic to another node. The routing table in the node that is receiving the traffic detects any changes that occur and manages them. This paper proposes a routing protocol method that sets up multi-hops in the ad-hoc network and verifies the performance, which provides more effective connection persistence than existing methods.