Neighbor Discovery Message Hold Times for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
We present the results of an experimental study designed to understand the impact of neighbor discovery message hold times on network performance measures for a mobile ad hoc network. A physical testbed of pseudo-mobile nodes using the OLSR routing protocol was used for our experiments. We found statistically significant evidence to suggest that setting the neighbor discovery message hold times close to the neighbor discovery message interval time results in the best overall network performance.
McCartney, Joshua Lee, "Neighbor Discovery Message Hold Times for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks" (2014). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI1561597.