Let healthy links bloom: Scalable Link Checks in Low-Power Wireless Networks for Smart Health

Abstract : Low-power, memory-ecient networking mechanisms are an essential part of the Internet of Things (IoT) and thus, fundamental to Smart Health applications lever-aging IoT. This paper presents Bloom-RPL, an optimization of RPL, the standard low-power routing protocol for IoT. This paper evaluates Bloom-RPL both on an emulator, and on an IoT testbed using real hardware , to conclude that Bloom-RPL dramatically improves RPL's link check scalability with respect to both IoT device density and convergence time needed to detect a link break.
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Cenk Gündogan, Cédric Adjih, Oliver Hahm, Emmanuel Baccelli. Let healthy links bloom: Scalable Link Checks in Low-Power Wireless Networks for Smart Health. MobileHealth 2016 : ACM 6th International Workshop on Pervasive Wireless Healthcare, ACM, Jul 2016, Paderborn, Germany. ⟨hal-01369693⟩

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