Emergency Centers Set-up in the Existence of Ad Hoc Networks in Disaster Recovery Areas
— In disaster recovery situations, rescue teams build portable emergency rooms, fire stations and communication centers in the affected areas. Moreover, Mobile Ad Hoc Networks are the main form of communication that these teams use in such cases. This paper introduces a new setup model for distributing such rescue stations and centers. In this model, the communication needs; play a key role in the decision making to reach the optimal communication performance levels that leads to achieving the goal of using Ad Hoc Networks in these situations
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