Self-management of Routing on Human Proximity Networks

G Williamson, D Cellai, S Dobson, PA Nixon

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    Abstract

    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.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    EditorsT Spyropoulos, KA Hummel
    Pages1-12
    Number of pages12
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    EventSelf-Organizing Systems: 4th IFIP TC 6 International Workshop, IWSOS 2009 - Zurich, Switzerland
    Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

    Workshop

    WorkshopSelf-Organizing Systems: 4th IFIP TC 6 International Workshop, IWSOS 2009
    Period1/01/09 → …

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    Topology
    Information dissemination
    Sensor networks

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    Williamson, G., Cellai, D., Dobson, S., & Nixon, PA. (2009). Self-management of Routing on Human Proximity Networks. In T. Spyropoulos, & KA. Hummel (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication (pp. 1-12) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-10865-5
    Williamson, G ; Cellai, D ; Dobson, S ; Nixon, PA. / Self-management of Routing on Human Proximity Networks. Unknown Host Publication. editor / T Spyropoulos ; KA Hummel. 2009. pp. 1-12
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    Williamson G, Cellai D, Dobson S, Nixon PA. Self-management of Routing on Human Proximity Networks. In Spyropoulos T, Hummel KA, editors, Unknown Host Publication. 2009. p. 1-12 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-10865-5