Boundary Mapping and Boundary State Routing (BSR) in Ad Hoc Networks

Boundary Mapping and Boundary State Routing (BSR) in  Ad Hoc Networks has the below TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT OF THE PROJECT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF PROJECT SYMBOLS

LIST OF PROJECT ABBREVATIONS

CHAPTER 1 :  INTRODUCTION

1.1      General Observation

1.2      Objective of The Project

1.3      Scope of The Project

1.4      Definitions

1.5      Overview Of the Project

CHAPTER 2 : LITERATURE SURVEY

2.1 Basic Concepts of the project

2.2 Conventional Ad hoc Routing Strategies

2.3 Geographic Routing Strategies

2.4 Greedy Perimeter State Routing

2.5 Boundary State Routing

2.6 Technology used

CHAPTER 3 : SYSTEM ANALYSIS

3.1 Existing System for this project

3.2 Problem Statement of the project

3.3 Proposed System for this project

CHAPTER 4 : SYSTEM DESIGN

4.1  System Architecture

4.2 System Modules

4.2.1 Create a Network

4.2.2 Neighbor Node Information Table

4.2.3 Global Position System GPS

4.2.4 Boundary State Routing

4.3 UML Diagrams

CHAPTER 5 : SYSTEM REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION

5.1 Functional Requirements

5.2 Non Functional Requirements

5.3 Technology Requirements

CHAPTER 6 : IMPLEMENTATION

6.1 Implementation of the project

6.2 Sample Code with database connections

CHAPTER 7 : SYSTEM TESTING

7.1 Software Testing

CHAPTER 8 : RESULTS

8.1 Snap Shots/Screen Shots

CHAPTER 9 : CONCLUSION

CHPATER 10 : REFERENCES

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