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covered by its marked neighbors, u and w, neither of u, v, or w has the smallest EL. Only when it satisfies Rule 2b can node v be removed from G . The condition N(v) N(u) N(w) in Rule 2b implies that u and w are connected. Again, it is easy to prove that G {v} is still a connected dominating set. Both u and w are marked, because the facts that v is marked and N(v) N(u) N(w) in G do not imply that u and w are marked. Therefore, if either u or w is not marked, v cannot be unmarked (change the marker to F). In [35], another version of Rules 1 and 2 is proposed. Unlike Rules 1b and 2b, in which ID is used when there is a tie in EL, the version in [35] uses ND (node degree) when there is a tie in EL. ID is used only when there is a tie in ND. 20.4.4 Multicasting and Broadcasting Various multicast schemes have been proposed for ad hoc wireless networks. Basically, two schemes exist in proactive approaches: shortest path multicast tree [10] and core tree [1]. The shortest path multicast tree approach is based on maintaining one multicast tree for each source. The core tree approach uses a shared tree (also called core tree) spanning the members in the multicast group. Packets sent to the shared tree are forwarded to all receiver members. Here we take a look at another multicast approach based on dominating set; it is a hybrid of flooding and shortest tree multicast. This approach is similar to forwarding group multicast protocol (FGMP) [5]. A multicast group (MG) consists of senders and receivers (a sender can also be a receiver). A multicast initiated from a particular source has a forward group (FG). Any node in the FG is in charge of forwarding (through broadcasting, since the wireless medium is broadcast by nature) multicast packets to the MG, as in flooding. The difference is that although all neighbors can hear it, only neighbors that are in the FG will respond. In implementation, a forwarding table (FT) is a subset of the routing table consisting of destinations within the MG only. After the FT is broadcast by the sender, only neighbors listed in the next-hop list (next-hop neighbors) accept it. Each neighbor in the next hop list creates its FT by extracting the entries in which it is the nexthop neighbor, and so on through the routing table to find the next table. Note that the FTs are not stored like routing tables. They are created and broadcast to neighbors only when new FTs arrive. Only gateway nodes are eligible to be forward nodes in the FG. If all receiver members of a forward node are itself and/or immediate nongateway neighbors, the node is a leave and it stops generating the FT. Depending on whether its member list is in the multicast group or not, the leave node may need to send multicast packets one more time. To form an FT at the source gateway, an entry is extracted from the associated routing table if its destination, one member of its member list, or both is in the multicast group. To distinguish these three cases, two bits are introduced that are associated with each entry of the FT: m1 (for destination) and m2 (for member list). m1 = 1 (m2 = 1) represents the fact that the destination (at least one member) is a receiver. In dominating-set-based multicast, each gateway node keeps the gateway domain member list and gateway routing table. Two fields, m1 and m2, are added to each entry. In addition, nongateway nodes that are not in the multicast group are masked. (In this case, the m2
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