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We introduce a self-stabilizing group communication system for ad hoc networks. The system design is based on a mobile agent, collecting and distributing information, during a random walk. Three possible settings for modeling the location of the mobile nodes (processors) in the ad hoc network are presented: slow location change, complete random change, and neighbors with probability. The group membership algorithm is based on a mobile agent collecting and distributing information. The new techniques support group membership and multicast, and also support resource allocation.
Ad hoc networks, group communication, self-stabilization, random walk.

E. Schiller, S. Dolev and J. L. Welch, "Random Walk for Self-Stabilizing Group Communication in Ad Hoc Networks," in IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol. 5, no. , pp. 893-905, 2006.
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