Publication detail

A MOBILITY PREDICTION METHOD FOR MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS USING DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS

MAKHLOUF, N.

Original Title

A MOBILITY PREDICTION METHOD FOR MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS USING DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS

Czech Title

A MOBILITY PREDICTION METHOD FOR MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS USING DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS

English Title

A MOBILITY PREDICTION METHOD FOR MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS USING DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS

Type

conference paper

Language

cs

Original Abstract

Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are networks that can establish communication without any pre-existing infrastructure. Because of frequent node mobility and unreliable wireless links, the network is characterized by unpredictable topological changes. The main aim of the paper is to predict the future movement of nodes based on the information of current network status and use this information to receive/transmit energy in a particular direction as compared to other directions. The paper presents a mobility prediction method for mobile ad hoc networks using Directional Antennas. Directional antennas allow the interference to be reduced and hence the overall capacity of ad hoc networks to be improved. The power consumption is also decreased. We propose a Markov model-based mobility management scheme that provides an adaptive location prediction mechanism.

Czech abstract

Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are networks that can establish communication without any pre-existing infrastructure. Because of frequent node mobility and unreliable wireless links, the network is characterized by unpredictable topological changes. The main aim of the paper is to predict the future movement of nodes based on the information of current network status and use this information to receive/transmit energy in a particular direction as compared to other directions. The paper presents a mobility prediction method for mobile ad hoc networks using Directional Antennas. Directional antennas allow the interference to be reduced and hence the overall capacity of ad hoc networks to be improved. The power consumption is also decreased. We propose a Markov model-based mobility management scheme that provides an adaptive location prediction mechanism.

English abstract

Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are networks that can establish communication without any pre-existing infrastructure. Because of frequent node mobility and unreliable wireless links, the network is characterized by unpredictable topological changes. The main aim of the paper is to predict the future movement of nodes based on the information of current network status and use this information to receive/transmit energy in a particular direction as compared to other directions. The paper presents a mobility prediction method for mobile ad hoc networks using Directional Antennas. Directional antennas allow the interference to be reduced and hence the overall capacity of ad hoc networks to be improved. The power consumption is also decreased. We propose a Markov model-based mobility management scheme that provides an adaptive location prediction mechanism.

Keywords

Ad hoc network, GPS, mobility prediction, Markov chain.

Released

25.05.2015

ISBN

978-80-87952-10-8

Book

Interdisciplinární mezinárodní vědecká konference doktorandů a odborných asistentů QUAERE 2015

Pages from

1365

Pages to

1371

Pages count

7

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT114759,
  author="Nermin {Makhlouf}",
  title="A MOBILITY PREDICTION METHOD FOR MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS USING DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS",
  annote="Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are networks that can establish communication without any pre-existing infrastructure. Because of frequent node mobility and unreliable wireless links, the network is characterized by unpredictable topological changes. The main aim of the paper is to predict the future movement of nodes based on the information of current network status and use this information to receive/transmit energy in a particular direction as compared to other directions. The paper presents a mobility prediction method for mobile ad hoc networks using Directional Antennas.  Directional antennas allow the interference to be reduced and hence the overall capacity of ad hoc networks to be improved. The power consumption is also decreased. We propose a Markov model-based mobility management scheme that provides an adaptive location prediction mechanism.",
  booktitle="Interdisciplinární mezinárodní vědecká konference doktorandů a odborných asistentů QUAERE 2015",
  chapter="114759",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  pages="1365--1371",
  type="conference paper"
}