Manet At Sea Considering QoS


 

Administrative Data

  • Period: July. 2005 – June. 2007
  • Sponsor: KOSEF (Korea Science and Engineering Foundation)

 

Members

 

Project Summary

 

·        Goal

 

This study focuses on the development of MANET models for vessels at sea (which are still in the dark areas of the Internet services), and their routing protocols that enable for vessels at sea to access the Internet services like WWW.

 

·        Description

 

(1) MANET models for vessels at sea can have various mobility patterns:

- There are different kind of vessels at sea: passenger ships, ferry, fishing ships, cargos, and trading vessels, etc. These variety implies that modeling topology and mobility patterns is a challenging problem.

- The existing MANET models (e.g. mobility) has not taken into account the characteristics of vessel movement at see such as relatively sparse topological patterns, weak communication infrastructures, rich computing resources, mobile patterns along with the courses, and relatively slow and gradual movements.

- The network protocols (say, routing protocols) for vessels at sea can leverage the existing positioning technologies such as GPS. By utilizing the positioning capability, network protocols will get benefit such as  better connectivity, location-aware grouping (or hierarchy), and movement prediction.

 

(2) QoS-aware routing protocols :

- QoS-aware routing protocols based on the links, traffics, and applications characteristics of vessels at sea will be proposed.

 

Results

 

·        Papers

 

[1]손주영, 한진수, "해상통신망 모델과 구역확장형 항로기반 경로배정 프로토콜", 한국멀티미디어학회추계학술발표대회 논문집, 2005

[2]손주영, 김택현, “해상 MANET 위한 부채꼴 영역 항로 기반 경로배정 프로토콜”, 한국멀티미디어학회 추계학술발표대회 논문집, 2005

[3]주영, 문성미, “원양향해선박을 위한 MANET 복합 항로기반 라우팅 프로토콜”, 한국마린엔지니어링학회 후기학술대회 논문집, 2005

[4]이윤도, 이호진, 권태경, 최양희, 손주영, “해상 MANET 위한 항로 기반 버텍스 중심 라우팅 프로토콜”, 한국통신학회 하계종합학술발표회, 2006

[5]Hojin Lee, Youndo Lee, Taekyoung Kwon, Yanghee Choi, "Virtual Vertex Routing (VVR) for Course-Based Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks," IEEE WCNC 2007, March 2007 .

 

 

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