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EGP

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Egyptian Pound.
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EGP

ISO 4217 code for the Egyptian pound. It was introduced in 1834, replacing the piastre, which continued to circulate at a value of 1% of a pound. Between 1885 and 1914, the pound was effectively pegged to gold. Afterward, it was formally pegged to the British pound until 1962, when the peg switched to the U.S. dollar at various rates. The pound became a floating currency in 1989.
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Reducing energy consumption is the main objective of a routing protocol for UWSNs.
In Section 4, we propose a trust-based multicast routing protocol. The experimental results are shown in Section 5.
iM-SIMPLE: iMproved Stable Increasedthroughput Multi-hop Link Efficient Routing Protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks., Computers in Human Behavior: pp: 1003-1011.
Based on the DSDV protocol the Ad-hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing protocol that is a table driven routing protocol, however compare to DSR it keeps the next hop information by every hop of a route [8].
RIPv2 is classless dynamic routing protocol works on bellman ford algorithms.
While the failure nodes number is increasing, the values of phyFR and SphyFR are decreasing more obviously than TSFR and STSFR, which considers the routing protocol factor.
Since there is not a routing protocol appropriate for all applications, this survey specifies the suitable applications for each hierarchical routing protocol.
Mangai and Tamilarasi (2011) evaluated an Improved Location aided Cluster based Routing Protocol (ILCRP) for Global Positioning System (GPS) enabled MANETs which was an improvement to the AODV routing protocol.
(2012) A Review on Energy Efficient of Clustering-Based Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Network.
There are two main approaches commonly used in routing protocol for wireless sensor networks, namely end-to-end routing and OR[29,30].
The EDYMO routing protocol is introduced, which is modified to make the network life more efficient.