Best Reference Books – Ad Hoc and Sensors Networks

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Ad Hoc and Sensors Networks subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Ad Hoc and Sensors Networks along with reviews.

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1. “Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks: Theory and Applications” by Carlos de Morais Cordeiro and Dharma Prakash Agrawal

“Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks: Theory and Applications” Book Review: This book provides a complete but easy and simple content of ad hoc and sensor networks and bridges the gap between existing literature in this rising field. It highlights that there is a major independence among different layers of the network protocol stack. All existing textbooks on the subject concentrate on a specific concept of the technology, but this textbook provides critical understanding on cross-layer interdependencies.To fully understand these fascinating networks, one needs to understand certain individual solutions, as well as the many dependencies and cohesive layers.

2. “Ad Hoc & Sensor Networks for Anna University” by Dr M A Berlin and Dr S Muthusundari

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“Ad Hoc & Sensor Networks for Anna University” Book Review: This book is designed to cover main concepts of the subject Ad Hoc & Sensor Networks. The book is written in simple and comprehensive language to explain the basics of this subject. It provides different logical methods of illustrating various complicated concepts and stepwise methods to explain the important topics. Every chapter is well-contained with efficient illustrations, practical examples and solved problems. All the chapters in the book are arranged in a logical order that allows each topic to build on previous lessons. All the attention is paid to making students comfortable in understanding the basic concepts of that subject.

3. “Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks” by Agrawal

“Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks” Book Review: This book introduces a new descriptive cross-layer model specifically designed to understand all concepts of the ad hoc and sensor networking, from design through performance issues to application requirements. The book discusses the future directions, challenges and various simulation projects. The Topics included representing an important part of what is happening academically and in industry. The great resources provided will enable students to not only understand and place themselves in this tropical environment but also to develop new skills, develop skills, share information, integrate knowledge, and build solutions for the future. Therefore, this book is useful for researchers and engineers, and anyone who wants a deeper understanding of this growing field and wishes to pursue it as a topic for future research.

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4. “Advanced Technologies in Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks” by Xue Wang and Li Cui

“Advanced Technologies in Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks” Book Review: The book incorporates modern studies into Sensor Networks in China under the theme “Advances in Wireless Nerve Networks in China”. Selected activities can help promote the development of sensor network technology in terms of communication, resource allocation, environmental flexibility, and high efficiency. Researchers and engineers in the field of auditory networks can benefit from this book.

5. “Security and Privacy in Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks” by Refik Molva and Gene Tsudik
6. “Security in Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks” by Claude Castelluccia and Hannes Hartenstein

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“Security in Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks” Book Review: This book is based on a workshop about Security in Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks, ESAS, 2004, held in Heidelberg, Germany. It discusses 17 revised papers and selected from 55 submissions. It covers main topics such as key distribution and management, authentication, energy-aware cryptographic primitives, anonymity and pseudonymity, secure diffusion, secure peer-to-peer overlays, and RFIDs.

7. “Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks: A Cross-Layer Design Perspective (Signals and Communication Technology)” by Raja Jurdak

“Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks: A Cross-Layer Design Perspective (Signals and Communication Technology)” Book Review: This book explains the optimization potential of cross-layer design approaches for wireless ad hoc and sensor network performance. It gives perfect balance among theory and practice. A theoretical section illustrates and comprehensive overview of different design issues in both strictly layered and cross-layer approaches. A practical section of the book develops on these issues to demonstrate three case studies of diverse ad hoc and sensor network applications and various communication technologies.

8. “Ad Hoc Networks” by Antoine Gallais and Natalie Mitton

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“Ad Hoc Networks” Book Review: This book is based on the fourth International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks, held in Paris, France in October 2012. It contains a thoroughly revised 18 full papers presented in conference from 43 submissions. The book also added 6 invited papers and now cover a wide scope in this subject, including many types of autonomous wireless networks designed and deployed for particular tasks or functions. It is well organized and covers topics such as topical sections on MAC and PHY layers, localization and position-based protocols in WSNs, resource allocations and cognitive radio, key, service and caching management, network architectures and frameworks, and mobility and disconnection management.

9. “Recent Development in Wireless Sensor and Ad-hoc Networks” by Srikanta Patnaik and Xiaolong Li

“Recent Development in Wireless Sensor and Ad-hoc Networks” Book Review: This book is a revised book in the wide area of WSNs. It covers various topics such as Multi-channel Wireless Sensor Networks, its different coverage, Connectivity as well as Deployment. It explains comparison of different communication protocols and algorithms such as MANNET, ODMRP and ADMR Protocols for Ad hoc Multicasting, Location Based Coordinated Routing Protocol and other Token based group local mutual exclusion Algorithms. The book also demonstrates a chapter on Extended Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (EAODV) routing protocol based on Distributed Minimum Transmission Multicast Routing (DMTMR). One chapter is based on OCDMA and its future application and another chapter covers development of Home Automation System using SWN.

10. “Wireless Ad hoc and Sensor Networks: Protocols, Performance, and Control (Automation and Control Engineering)” by Jagannathan Sarangapani

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“Wireless Ad hoc and Sensor Networks: Protocols, Performance, and Control (Automation and Control Engineering)” Book Review: This book explains the technical concepts underlying the design, implementation, research, and invention of both wired and wireless networks. It develops effective understanding of basic concepts and common principles while exploring issues that are specific to wired, cellular, wireless ad hoc, and sensor networks. The book starts with a comprehensive overview of networks and Qos control. It thoroughly demonstrates timely areas such as Lyapunov analysis, congestion control of high-speed networks, admission control based on hybrid system theory, distributed power control of various network types, link state routing using QoS parameters, and predictive congestion control. The book also explains a framework for implementing QoS control using mote hardware. This is the perfect introduction for everyone who is new to this field as well as reference textbook for network researchers.

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