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Secure MultiRobot Management

I am currently doing my final year project "Secure mobile Robot
Management" . I have done the theoretical aspects of it till now and
now thinking of coding it .

I would like to code in Python , but i am new to Python Network
Programming .
Some of features of my project are:

1. Each robot can send data to any other robot.
2. Each robot can receive data from any other robot.
3. Every Robot has atleast 1 other bot in its communication range.
4. maximum size of a data packet is limited to 35 bytes
5. each mobile robot maintains a table with routes
6. all the routes stored in the routing table include a ï¬eld named
7. Route Discovery Process initiated if there is no known route to
other bot.
8. There is no server over here .
9. every bot should be able to process the data from other bots and
both multicast/unicast
need to be supported.

Assume the environment is gridded mesh and bots exploring the area.
They need to perform a set of tasks (assume finding some locations
which are dangerous or smthing like that).

My main concern is how to go about modifying the headers such that
everything fits in 35bytes .
I would like to know how to proceed and if any links or resources in
this regard. How to modify the headers ? ie. all in 35 bytes .

Thank You,

Sep 22 '06 #1
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