On the Impact of Routers' Controlled Mobility in Self-Deployable Networks

Abstract : A substitution network is a temporary network that self-deploys to dynamically replace a portion of a damaged infrastructure by means of a fleet of mobile routers. In this paper, we evaluate the performance of a previous self-deployment scheme, adaptive positioning algorithm (APOLO), for substitution networks and we show the benefit of the controlled mobility in such a network. To that end, we evaluate APOLO in terms of throughput under several scenarios and different metrics. These results constitute a comprehensive evaluation of APOLO and enable to envision new ways of optimization and future paths of research. We prove that APOLO is an efficient deployment and redeployment algorithm for mobile relay networks.
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Karen Miranda, Nathalie Mitton, Tahiry Razafindralambo. On the Impact of Routers' Controlled Mobility in Self-Deployable Networks. The Seventh International Conference on Adaptive and Self-Adaptive Systems and Applications - ADAPTIVE, Mar 2015, Nice, France. ⟨hal-01118714⟩

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