Talk:Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing

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Why on Earth may a precise article not be technical? Technical matters are somewhat technical even when described in plain text, eh? It is the general challenge for readers to blind out those portions of description they are not willing to digest. Please keep the downscaling of the contents to lower levels of intellect versus higher levels of intelligibility off the Wikipedia work. Wireless friend (talk) 13:14, 25 June 2008 (UTC)

What to do about this article?[edit]

First of all the article needs more references to prove its relevance.

Secondly, it is unstructured and unencyclopedic. The introduction does not define "Adaptive QoS". The first three sentences do not even mention the concept. Is it synonymous to cross-layer optimization of QoS control mechanisms? Or is it a multi hop routing protocol? Can it be another routing protocol.

I suggest that the article should be renamed Adaptive quality of service routing or Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing.

The article discusses specific applications (military ad hoc networks) too early. It is not clear if these applications are examples, or if the definition only is valid to that context. The article should start by giving a generic definition.

The expression "Adaptive QoS routing" (AQoS or AQR) is used in several scientific books and articles, sometimes with capital A indicating a specific term, sometimes with minuscule a, meaning that "adaptive" is just an adjective. See [1], [2] and [3].

And: Personally I'm tired of all weapon industry articles and at Wikipedia. Mange01 (talk) 22:14, 23 June 2009 (UTC)