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Fuzzy routing is the application of fuzzy logic to routing protocols, particularly in the context of ad-hoc wireless networks and in networks supporting multiple quality of service classes. It is currently the subject of research.
- Hui Liu et al., An Adaptive Genetic Fuzzy Multi-path Routing Protocol for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
- Runtong Zhang, A Fuzzy Routing Mechanism In Next-Generation Networks
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