The MANIAC Challenge
The Mobile Ad hoc Networking Interoperability And Cooperation (MANIAC) Challenge is a multi-institution team competition with participants forming a real-world mobile ad hoc network. The objective of the competition is to observe the trade-offs experienced by teams in focusing towards delivery of their own packets versus cooperating in forwarding other teams' packets, essential in a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) to permit delivery across the network, at the expense of consuming their limited resources (battery life, bandwidth).
- Ivan Klimek and Vladimir Sidimak
- Technical University of Kosice - Dpt. of Computers and Informatics.
- Lin Li, Fan Li and Yu Wang
- University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Computer Science.
Best Presentation award presented by the IEEE Globecom
Lin Li, Fan Li and Yu Wang University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Computer Science
The second run of the competition was scheduled to take place in Galveston, on 8–9 March 2009 along with PERCOM 2009.
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