Contrôle de topologie orienté stratégie basé sur des routeurs mobiles dédiés

Strategy oriented topology control based on mobile dedicated routers

Résumé

En raison de la mobilité inhérente dans l’environnement ad hoc, la topologie du réseau joue un rôle principal dans le fonctionnement des protocoles de routage, sur la capacité ainsi que sur la performance du réseau d’une manière générale. Dans cet article nous proposons de contrôler la morphologie du réseau ad hoc en utilisant la mobilité d’un ensemble de routeurs dédiés. Le principe est d’utiliser positivement la mobilité, qui est habituellement subie, afin d’améliorer les performances du réseau sans fil ad hoc. Des stratégies de déploiement des routeurs dédiés sont étudiées dans le but d’offrir une meilleure connectivité ou pour limiter le diamètre du réseau en vue par la suite d’offrir une certaine QoS. Le problème de déploiement a été formulé comme un problème de programmation linéaire entière mixte. Il est ensuite résolu à l’aide du solveurCplex, et des simulations de ces stratégies de contrôle de topologie sont effectuées sous NS-2 pour montrer la valeur ajoutée d’une telle proposition.

Abstract

Due to the inherent mobility within the ad hoc environment, network topology plays a key role on routing and network performance. In this paper we propose to control the ad hoc network morphology using a set of dedicated routers. The idea is to use positively the mobility, in order to enhance ad hoc network performance. Two deployment policies are studied for a global network connectivity or a limited network diameter. We describe the Mixed Integer Linear Programming (Milp) models for these deployment policies with respect to the constraints, and show the efficiency, of the described approach through simulations (NS-2).

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Meraihi, R., Le Grand, G. Contrôle de topologie orienté stratégie basé sur des routeurs mobiles dédiés. Ann. Télécommun. 61, 602–626 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03219925

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Mots clés

  • Radiocommunication
  • Réseau ad hoc
  • Topologie
  • Routage réseau
  • Qualité de Service
  • Programmation linéaire
  • Programmation entière
  • Connectivité graphe
  • Programmation mixte
  • Diamètre graphe
  • Analyse amas

Key words

  • Radiocommunication
  • Ad hoc network
  • Topology
  • Network routing
  • Quality of Service
  • Linear programming
  • Integer programming
  • Graph connectivity
  • Mixed programming
  • Graph diameter
  • Cluster analysis