The agenda for the seminar this week is listed below:
Title: Efficient Multi-Hop Communications for Software-Defined Wireless Networks
Dissemination is a type of one-to-many communication service which plays an important role in control information exchange. This research focuses on the strategic packet forwarding for more efficient multi-hop communications in wireless networks to support distributed control frameworks. The research aim is to improve the delivery efficiency by exploiting the delay budget and node mobility. In the literature, information from the navigation system of mobile nodes has been utilised to identify candidate relay nodes. However, further studies are required to utilise partially predictable mobility based on more generalised navigational information such as the movement direction. In this research, the feasible exploitation of directional movement in path-unconstrained mobility is investigated for efficient multi-hop communications. Simulation results show that the proposed scheme outperforms the state-of-the-art because the directional correlation of node movement is considered to dynamically exploit the delay budget for a better selection of the relay node(s).
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Venue: Engineering Building- Bancroft 1.08
Time and Date: 2 to 3 PM, Thursday, 31/10/2018
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