© 2010

Context-Based Routing in Dynamic Networks

  • Authors

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages III-XXV
  2. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 1-3
  3. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 5-18
  4. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 19-42
  5. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 45-56
  6. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 57-76
  7. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 77-123
  8. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 125-151
  9. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning
    Pages 153-156
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 157-187

About this book


Routing in dynamically changing networks is a challenge, especially when the current context, usually consisting of multiple criteria, is used as a quality measure and decision metric.

Bernd-Ludwig Wenning presents a context-based routing framework which can be applied to routing in different application domains. The routing framework includes the signaling as well as a decision system that is applied for route selection. The author chooses two application domains to evaluate the routing framework: logistic transportation networks and wireless sensor networks. He shows that this routing framework can be considered as a basis for future research in the area of context-based routing, as it opens manifold directions for further applications and enhancements.


Context-based routing Dynamic Networks Information MCCD Netzwerke Routing Wireless sensor networks

About the authors

Dr. Bernd-Ludwig Wenning completed his doctoral thesis at the University of Bremen. He is a research assistant at the ComNets Group at the University of Bremen.

Bibliographic information