Confined spatial networks with wireless applications

by   Carl Dettmann, et al.

Many networks have nodes located in physical space, with links more common between closely spaced pairs of nodes. For example, the nodes could be wireless devices and links communication channels in a wireless mesh network. We describe recent work involving such networks confined to a finite region of space, considering effects due to the geometry (convex, non-convex, and fractal), node distribution, distance-dependent link probability, mobility, directivity and interference.


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