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Issue No.06 - June (2013 vol.12)
pp: 1174-1187
Daniel Fischer , European Space Agency, Darmstadt
David Basin , ETH, Zurich and ZISC, Zurich
Knut Eckstein , European Space Agency, Noordwijk
Thomas Engel , Universtiy of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
ABSTRACT
In predictable mobile networks, network nodes move in a predictable way and therefore have dynamically changing but predictable connectivity. We have developed a model that formalizes predictable dynamic topologies as sequences of static snapshots. We use this model to design and evaluate a predictable mobile-routing protocol based on link-state routing, whose performance is superior to its static and ad hoc counterparts. Our routing protocol accounts for occurrences of additional, unpredictable changes, as well as their interaction with predictable changes. We evaluate our protocol using simulations based on randomly generated topologies and spacecraft-network scenarios. In both cases, we show that our protocol outperforms traditional routing protocols and is well suited for routing in next-generation space networks.
INDEX TERMS
Space vehicles, Network topology, Topology, Silicon, Mobile computing, Routing, Mobile communication, space link, Routing, predictable mobility, spacecraft networks
CITATION
Daniel Fischer, David Basin, Knut Eckstein, Thomas Engel, "Predictable Mobile Routing for Spacecraft Networks", IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol.12, no. 6, pp. 1174-1187, June 2013, doi:10.1109/TMC.2012.93
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