Sparse mobile sensor networks, such as those in the applications of ecology forest and modern battlefield, can frequently disconnect. Unfortunately, most existing routing protocols in mobile wireless networks mainly address connected networks, either sparse or dense. In this paper, we study the specific problem for dynamic routing in the sparse and disconnected mobile sensor networks utilizing messengers. We propose two routing discovery protocols: Genetic Fuzzy Straight Line Moving of Messengers (GFSLMM) and Genetic Fuzzy Flexible Sharing Policy of Messengers (GFFSPM). A preliminary simulation shows the efficacy of our protocols.
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