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Nirmala Shenoy – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • a tiered Addressing Scheme based on a floating cloud internetworking model
    International Conference of Distributed Computing and Networking, 2011
    Co-Authors: Yoshihiro Nozaki, Hasan Tuncer, Nirmala Shenoy

    Abstract:

    Scalability in inter-domain routing is becoming stressful as routing table sizes grow at very high rates. In this paper, we present a tiered Addressing Scheme to be implemented over a Floating Cloud Tiered internetworking model which uses tier based aggregation to address routing scalability. Analysis of the HD-ratio of the Addressing Scheme and its possible implementation on the AT&T network is presented.

  • ICDCN – A tiered Addressing Scheme based on a floating cloud internetworking model
    Distributed Computing and Networking, 2011
    Co-Authors: Yoshihiro Nozaki, Hasan Tuncer, Nirmala Shenoy

    Abstract:

    Scalability in inter-domain routing is becoming stressful as routing table sizes grow at very high rates. In this paper, we present a tiered Addressing Scheme to be implemented over a Floating Cloud Tiered internetworking model which uses tier based aggregation to address routing scalability. Analysis of the HD-ratio of the Addressing Scheme and its possible implementation on the AT&T network is presented.

K. Rajan – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • A digital map/GPS based routing and Addressing Scheme for wireless ad-hoc networks
    IEEE IV2003 Intelligent Vehicles Symposium. Proceedings (Cat. No.03TH8683), 2003
    Co-Authors: A.m.k. Cheng, K. Rajan

    Abstract:

    As intelligent transportation systems move towards advanced communication systems, it is fair to assume that every vehicle will be equipped with a digital map database, GPS receiver and 802.11 based radio in the near future. Ad-hoc networks by definition are infrastructure-less and are formed on the fly. Mobile nodes in the form of vehicles can effectively form ad-hoc networks. In this paper we present a routing algorithm and an Addressing Scheme for such a class of ad-hoc networks, which utilizes digital maps and the geographical position of the nodes. It can be shown that, for this class of ad-hoc networks the proposed Scheme will outperform traditional MANET protocols.

  • a digital map gps based routing and Addressing Scheme for wireless ad hoc networks
    Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2003
    Co-Authors: A.m.k. Cheng, K. Rajan

    Abstract:

    As intelligent transportation systems move towards advanced communication systems, it is fair to assume that every vehicle will be equipped with a digital map database, GPS receiver and 802.11 based radio in the near future. Ad-hoc networks by definition are infrastructure-less and are formed on the fly. Mobile nodes in the form of vehicles can effectively form ad-hoc networks. In this paper we present a routing algorithm and an Addressing Scheme for such a class of ad-hoc networks, which utilizes digital maps and the geographical position of the nodes. It can be shown that, for this class of ad-hoc networks the proposed Scheme will outperform traditional MANET protocols.

Yoshihiro Nozaki – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • a tiered Addressing Scheme based on a floating cloud internetworking model
    International Conference of Distributed Computing and Networking, 2011
    Co-Authors: Yoshihiro Nozaki, Hasan Tuncer, Nirmala Shenoy

    Abstract:

    Scalability in inter-domain routing is becoming stressful as routing table sizes grow at very high rates. In this paper, we present a tiered Addressing Scheme to be implemented over a Floating Cloud Tiered internetworking model which uses tier based aggregation to address routing scalability. Analysis of the HD-ratio of the Addressing Scheme and its possible implementation on the AT&T network is presented.

  • ICDCN – A tiered Addressing Scheme based on a floating cloud internetworking model
    Distributed Computing and Networking, 2011
    Co-Authors: Yoshihiro Nozaki, Hasan Tuncer, Nirmala Shenoy

    Abstract:

    Scalability in inter-domain routing is becoming stressful as routing table sizes grow at very high rates. In this paper, we present a tiered Addressing Scheme to be implemented over a Floating Cloud Tiered internetworking model which uses tier based aggregation to address routing scalability. Analysis of the HD-ratio of the Addressing Scheme and its possible implementation on the AT&T network is presented.