Graduate School and Research Center In communication systems

Mobile Advanced Networks

[MobAdv]
T Technical Teaching


Abstract

  • The course MobAdv would interest students who want to learn emerging adhoc wireless networks including mesh, sensor, vehicular, and delay-tolerent networks as well as the fundamental building blocks used in the current state-of-the-art architectures, protocols, and algorithms. It is designed to stimulated students' critical thinking and analysis through discussions on open research issues and depth case study.
  • It covers mainly the candidate applications and the network layer by giving for each one of them the proposed protocols and techniques and standardization and research efforts.
  • This course starts by presenting a brief introduction on graph-based network modelling followed by  broadcasting, (Geo-)routing, and multicasting techniques. Then different topology control algorithms and network clustering schemes are described. Impact of different mobility and traffic patterns on the performance of protocols are analyzed and compared. Finally, advanced topics such as cross-layer design, QoS support and node cooperation are discussed.


 

Bibliography

La liste complète est disponible sur la page web du cours - WiMAX Forum: http://www.wimaxforum.org  - Car 2 car Communication Consortium: http://www.car-2-car.org  - Vehicle Infrastructure Integration: http://www.intellidriveusa.org  - ZigBee Alliance: http://www.zigbee.org  - IEEE 802.11s Mesh Networks: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11s

Description

- Introductionary sessions
        +  Mobile ad hoc networking and applications - graph theory
        + Mesh, sensor, vehicular, delay-tolerant networks
- Fundamental sessions
    + Broadcasting, unicasting and multicasting routing algorithms / protocols
    + Location service and geo-routing protocols
    + Topology control algorithms and clustering schemes
    + Impact of Mobility Model, traffic pattern, and network density on protocol performance
- Advanced Topics
  + Cross-layering optimization and quality of service support - Network cooperation
  + Lab session

 

Nb hours: 21.00
Nb hours per week: 15.00
Prepare course:
Control form: Written + Case Study