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phoenix: peer-to-peer location based notification in mobile networks
Author: Xiong Yongping ; He Wenbo ; Chen Canfeng ; Ma Jian ; Sun Limin
Source: Proceedings - 8th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems, MASS 2011
Conference Name: 8th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems, MASS 2011
Conference Date: October 17
Issued Date: 2011
Conference Place: Valencia, Spain
Keyword: Cellular neural networks ; Distributed computer systems ; Mobile ad hoc networks ; Sensors
Indexed Type: EI
ISBN: 9780769544694
Department: (1) State Key Lab. of Networking and Switching Tech. Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecomm. China; (2) Department of Computer Science University of New Mexico Albuquerque NM United States; (3) Nokia Research Center Beijing China; (4) Wuxi SensingNet Industrialization Research Institute Wuxi China; (5) Institute of Software Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing China
Sponsorship: IEEE; IEEE Computer Society; IEEE Technical Committee on Distributed Processing; IEEE Technical Committee on Simulation
Abstract: Location Based Notification (LBN) aims to alert the users in a target area with the information of interest to them. With a wide range of applications, LBN has been gaining more and more attraction among wireless users and service providers. The mainstream centralized solution based on cellular networks may incur high service cost. In this paper, we present an innovative scheme called Phoenix, which does not rely on any infrastructure, to implement for location based notification service. In our design, devices (users) across the target area form a dynamic peer-to-peer network, where a user can be a message source, a message carrier, or a message subscriber. When a user meets the message carrier, the user can get a copy of the message. Phoenix keeps messages of interest being circulated in the target area, hence users are being notified. To achieve desired notification performance, Phoenix adaptively controls when a user should take the carrier role and help disseminating a message in order to keep the message "alive", given the fact that message carriers may leave the target area and drop the message. Extensive simulations have been conducted to show the efficacy of Phoenix notification system. © 2011 IEEE.
English Abstract: Location Based Notification (LBN) aims to alert the users in a target area with the information of interest to them. With a wide range of applications, LBN has been gaining more and more attraction among wireless users and service providers. The mainstream centralized solution based on cellular networks may incur high service cost. In this paper, we present an innovative scheme called Phoenix, which does not rely on any infrastructure, to implement for location based notification service. In our design, devices (users) across the target area form a dynamic peer-to-peer network, where a user can be a message source, a message carrier, or a message subscriber. When a user meets the message carrier, the user can get a copy of the message. Phoenix keeps messages of interest being circulated in the target area, hence users are being notified. To achieve desired notification performance, Phoenix adaptively controls when a user should take the carrier role and help disseminating a message in order to keep the message "alive", given the fact that message carriers may leave the target area and drop the message. Extensive simulations have been conducted to show the efficacy of Phoenix notification system. © 2011 IEEE.
Language: 英语
Content Type: 会议论文
URI: http://ir.iscas.ac.cn/handle/311060/16247
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Xiong Yongping,He Wenbo,Chen Canfeng,et al. phoenix: peer-to-peer location based notification in mobile networks[C]. 见:8th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems, MASS 2011. Valencia, Spain. October 17.
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