HyphaNet: um algoritmo de roteamento bioinspirado em colônia de fungos para redes móveis ad hoc
Clovis R. C. Bento, Emilio C G Wille

DOI: 10.14209/sbrt.2021.1570713856
Evento: XXXIX Simpósio Brasileiro de Telecomunicações e Processamento de Sinais (SBrT2021)
Keywords: MANETs Rede de hifas Roteamento bioinspirado HyphaNet
Several communication network protocols are inspired by nature, for example, in social insects (ants, bees, fireflies, among others). Many species of fungi form networks of hyphae capable of self-organization, resilience and efficiency in building nutrient transport networks. This inspires comparing the fungal phenotype to a communication network. In this perspective, this article studies a routing protocol for MANETs based on the behavior of fungi called HyphaNet. HyphaNet is reactive and multipath. NS-2.35 simulations show good performance compared to classic AODV and ant-based SARA.