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We survey the main theoretical aspects of models for mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). We present theoretical characterizations of mobile network structural properties, different dynamic graph models of MANETs, and finally we give detailed summaries of a few selected articles. In particular, we focus on articles dealing with connectivity of mobile networks and on articles which show that mobility can be used to propagate information between nodes of the network while at the same time maintaining small transmission distances and thus saving energy.
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