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Self-management of Routing on Human Proximity Networks

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posted on 2023-05-23, 05:24 authored by Williamson, G, Cellai, D, Dobson, S, Nixon, PA
Many modern network applications, including sensor networks and MANETs, have dynamic topologies that reflect processes occurring in the outside world. These dynamic processes are a challenge to traditional information dissemination techniques, as the appropriate strategy changes according to the changes in topology. We show how network dynamics can be exploited to design a self-organising data dissemination mechanism using only node-level (local) information, which detects and adapts to periodic patterns in the network topology. We demonstrate our approach against real-world human-proximity networks.

History

Publication title

Self-Organizing Systems: 4th IFIP TC 6 International Workshop, IWSOS 2009

Volume

Lecture Notes in Computer Science v 5918

Editors

T Spyropoulos, KA Hummel

Pagination

1-12

ISBN

978-3-642-10864-8

Publisher

Springer

Place of publication

Berlin

Event title

International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems (IWSOS)

Event Venue

Zurich, Switzerland

Date of Event (Start Date)

2009-12-09

Date of Event (End Date)

2009-12-11

Repository Status

  • Restricted

Socio-economic Objectives

Communication technologies, systems and services not elsewhere classified

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