Saving Resources in Discovery Protocol on Delay-Sensitive Rescue Mobile Networks

Abstract : The search for service providers (e.g., ambulance, fire truck, etc.) after a disaster, must take place within a short time. Therefore, service discovery protocol which looks for providers that can attend victims, respecting time constraints, is crucial. In such a situation, a commonly solution for ensuring network connectivity between victims and providers is ad hoc networks (MANET), composed by battery-operated mobile nodes of persons (victims or not). However, an efficient service discovery protocol must care about energy consumption of mobile nodes and also prevent useless movement of providers. These are the aims of the Resource Reservation Protocol (∆RRP), presented in this paper. Applying both Gauss-Markov [1] and Mission Critical Mobility [2] models to characterize human mobility, performance evaluation results on the Network Simulator NS-2 confirm the effectiveness of ∆RRP protocol when compared to other protocols.
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The 31st IEEE International Conference on. Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2017), Mar 2017, Tapei, Taiwan
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Janine Kniess, Luciana Arantes, Pierre Sens, Célio Albuquerque. Saving Resources in Discovery Protocol on Delay-Sensitive Rescue Mobile Networks. The 31st IEEE International Conference on. Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2017), Mar 2017, Tapei, Taiwan. 〈hal-01515369〉

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