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Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks [electronic resource] : Ad Hoc, Vehicular and Mesh Networks

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781119992011Series: Wiley Series on Communications Networking & Distributed SystemsPublication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781118344910
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks : Ad Hoc, Vehicular and Mesh NetworksDDC classification:
  • 004.6
LOC classification:
  • TK5103.2 .S2577 2012
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Contents:
Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Part I Introduction; Chapter 1 Next Generation Wireless Networks; 1.1 WLAN and Mesh Networks; 1.2 Ad Hoc Networks; 1.3 Vehicular Networks; 1.4 Wireless Sensor Networks; 1.5 Opportunistic Networks; References; Chapter 2 Modeling Next Generation Wireless Networks; 2.1 Radio Channel Models; 2.2 The Communication Graph; 2.3 The Energy Model; References; Chapter 3 Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks; 3.1 Motivation
10.1.2 Finding Temporal Correlation in User/AP Association Patterns
3.2 Cellular vs. Next Generation Wireless Network Mobility Models3.3 A Taxonomy of Existing Mobility Models; 3.3.1 Spatial Scope; 3.3.2 Application Scenario; 3.3.3 Nature; 3.3.4 Correlation; 3.3.5 Geography; 3.3.6 Trajectory; 3.4 Mobility Models and Real-World Traces: The CRAWDAD Resource; 3.5 Basic Definitions; References; Part II ``General-Purpose'' Mobility Models; Chapter 4 Random Walk Models; 4.1 Discrete Random Walks; 4.1.1 Random Walks on Grids; 4.1.2 Random Walks on Graphs; 4.2 Continuous Random Walks; 4.2.1 Brownian Motion; 4.2.2 Levy flight; 4.3 Other Random Walk Models
4.4 Theoretical Properties of Random Walk Models4.4.1 Stationary Node Spatial Distribution; 4.4.2 The Level-Crossing Phenomenon; 4.4.3 Hitting Time, Return Time, and Cover Time; References; Chapter 5 The Random Waypoint Model; 5.1 The RWP Model; 5.2 The Node Spatial Distribution of the RWP Model; 5.3 The Average Nodal Speed of the RWP Model; 5.4 Variants of the RWP Model; References; Chapter 6 Group Mobility and Other Synthetic Mobility Models; 6.1 The RPGM Model; 6.1.1 RPGM with RWP Group Mobility; 6.1.2 In-Place Mobility Model; 6.1.3 Convention Mobility Model
6.1.4 RPGM and Other Group Mobility Models6.2 Other Synthetic Mobility Models; 6.2.1 The Smooth Random Mobility Model; 6.2.2 Gauss-Markov Mobility Model; References; Chapter 7 Random Trip Models; 7.1 The Class of Random Trip Models; 7.1.1 Conditions on Phase and Path; 7.1.2 Conditions on Trip Duration; 7.2 Stationarity of Random Trip Models; 7.3 Examples of Random Trip Models; 7.3.1 Random Waypoint Model; 7.3.2 RWP Variants; 7.3.3 Other Random Trip Mobility Models; References; Part III Mobility Models for WLAN and Mesh Networks; Chapter 8 WLAN and Mesh Networks
8.1 WLAN and Mesh Networks: State of the Art8.1.1 Network Architecture; 8.1.2 The IEEE 802.11 Standard; 8.2 WLAN and Mesh Networks: User Scenarios; 8.2.1 Home WLAN; 8.2.2 Campus/Corporate WLAN; 8.2.3 Public Area Hotspots; 8.2.4 Community Mesh Network; 8.3 WLAN and Mesh Networks: Perspectives; 8.4 Further Reading; References; Chapter 9 Real-World WLAN Mobility; 9.1 Real-World WLAN Traces; 9.2 Features of WLAN Mobility; References; Chapter 10 WLAN Mobility Models; 10.1 The LH Mobility Model; 10.1.1 Estimating the Transition and Steady-State Probabilities
Summary: Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks: Ad Hoc, Vehicular and Mesh Networks provides the reader with an overview of mobility modelling, encompassing both theoretical and practical aspects related to the challenging mobility modelling task. It also: Provides up-to-date coverage of mobility models for next generation wireless networksOffers an in-depth discussion of the most representative mobility models for major next generation wireless network application scenarios, including WLAN/mesh networks, vehicular networks, wireles
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Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Part I Introduction; Chapter 1 Next Generation Wireless Networks; 1.1 WLAN and Mesh Networks; 1.2 Ad Hoc Networks; 1.3 Vehicular Networks; 1.4 Wireless Sensor Networks; 1.5 Opportunistic Networks; References; Chapter 2 Modeling Next Generation Wireless Networks; 2.1 Radio Channel Models; 2.2 The Communication Graph; 2.3 The Energy Model; References; Chapter 3 Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks; 3.1 Motivation

10.1.2 Finding Temporal Correlation in User/AP Association Patterns

3.2 Cellular vs. Next Generation Wireless Network Mobility Models3.3 A Taxonomy of Existing Mobility Models; 3.3.1 Spatial Scope; 3.3.2 Application Scenario; 3.3.3 Nature; 3.3.4 Correlation; 3.3.5 Geography; 3.3.6 Trajectory; 3.4 Mobility Models and Real-World Traces: The CRAWDAD Resource; 3.5 Basic Definitions; References; Part II ``General-Purpose'' Mobility Models; Chapter 4 Random Walk Models; 4.1 Discrete Random Walks; 4.1.1 Random Walks on Grids; 4.1.2 Random Walks on Graphs; 4.2 Continuous Random Walks; 4.2.1 Brownian Motion; 4.2.2 Levy flight; 4.3 Other Random Walk Models

4.4 Theoretical Properties of Random Walk Models4.4.1 Stationary Node Spatial Distribution; 4.4.2 The Level-Crossing Phenomenon; 4.4.3 Hitting Time, Return Time, and Cover Time; References; Chapter 5 The Random Waypoint Model; 5.1 The RWP Model; 5.2 The Node Spatial Distribution of the RWP Model; 5.3 The Average Nodal Speed of the RWP Model; 5.4 Variants of the RWP Model; References; Chapter 6 Group Mobility and Other Synthetic Mobility Models; 6.1 The RPGM Model; 6.1.1 RPGM with RWP Group Mobility; 6.1.2 In-Place Mobility Model; 6.1.3 Convention Mobility Model

6.1.4 RPGM and Other Group Mobility Models6.2 Other Synthetic Mobility Models; 6.2.1 The Smooth Random Mobility Model; 6.2.2 Gauss-Markov Mobility Model; References; Chapter 7 Random Trip Models; 7.1 The Class of Random Trip Models; 7.1.1 Conditions on Phase and Path; 7.1.2 Conditions on Trip Duration; 7.2 Stationarity of Random Trip Models; 7.3 Examples of Random Trip Models; 7.3.1 Random Waypoint Model; 7.3.2 RWP Variants; 7.3.3 Other Random Trip Mobility Models; References; Part III Mobility Models for WLAN and Mesh Networks; Chapter 8 WLAN and Mesh Networks

8.1 WLAN and Mesh Networks: State of the Art8.1.1 Network Architecture; 8.1.2 The IEEE 802.11 Standard; 8.2 WLAN and Mesh Networks: User Scenarios; 8.2.1 Home WLAN; 8.2.2 Campus/Corporate WLAN; 8.2.3 Public Area Hotspots; 8.2.4 Community Mesh Network; 8.3 WLAN and Mesh Networks: Perspectives; 8.4 Further Reading; References; Chapter 9 Real-World WLAN Mobility; 9.1 Real-World WLAN Traces; 9.2 Features of WLAN Mobility; References; Chapter 10 WLAN Mobility Models; 10.1 The LH Mobility Model; 10.1.1 Estimating the Transition and Steady-State Probabilities

Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks: Ad Hoc, Vehicular and Mesh Networks provides the reader with an overview of mobility modelling, encompassing both theoretical and practical aspects related to the challenging mobility modelling task. It also: Provides up-to-date coverage of mobility models for next generation wireless networksOffers an in-depth discussion of the most representative mobility models for major next generation wireless network application scenarios, including WLAN/mesh networks, vehicular networks, wireles