Nowadays, mobile computing has become a key component of telecommunication systems, and the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) layer operations are affected by the effects of node movements along the roads, from the physical to the routing/transport layers. In particular, routing approaches have been investigated from many years, trying to optimize the performance of the whole considered system, under different points of view. In this paper we are focusing the attention on the analysis of the mobility grade trend for a mobile ad-hoc network environment, as well as on the way it can be a-priori known, in order to have the possibility to study how the dynamics of mobile nodes can be described and in-advance known, with a predicted knowledge of nodes stability (in terms of mobility). Our simulations considered mobility in real geographical maps, and the obtained results confirmed the goodness of our proposed study.

A novel predictive approach for mobility activeness in mobile wireless networks

Fazio, P
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2023-01-01

Abstract

Nowadays, mobile computing has become a key component of telecommunication systems, and the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) layer operations are affected by the effects of node movements along the roads, from the physical to the routing/transport layers. In particular, routing approaches have been investigated from many years, trying to optimize the performance of the whole considered system, under different points of view. In this paper we are focusing the attention on the analysis of the mobility grade trend for a mobile ad-hoc network environment, as well as on the way it can be a-priori known, in order to have the possibility to study how the dynamics of mobile nodes can be described and in-advance known, with a predicted knowledge of nodes stability (in terms of mobility). Our simulations considered mobility in real geographical maps, and the obtained results confirmed the goodness of our proposed study.
2023
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