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In a network, a node is a communication endpoint able to send and receive data.
When two nodes can communicate with one another, they are said to have a link between them.
Underwater communication is best accomplished through the use of acoustic links, and interconnecting multiple underwater vehicles is best accomplished through the use of an acoustic network.
LASR is loosely based on the dynamic source routing (DSR)  protocol and is specifically designed for use in underwater acoustic networks where the topology changes frequently.
The results presented here show that, in simulated underwater acoustic networks of AUVs, LASR outperforms both blind flooding and DSR in throughput and packet delivery ratio.
The greater problem is that the existing research assumes—almost without exception—that wireless networks in general, and MANETs in particular, use radio links.
The particular problem is the speed of the nodes compared to the communication latency.