Adaptive Interest Lifetimes for Information-Centric Wireless Multi-hop Communication

Anastasiades, Carlos; von Rotz, L.; Braun, Torsten (5 October 2015). Adaptive Interest Lifetimes for Information-Centric Wireless Multi-hop Communication. In: 8th IFIP Wireless and Mobile Networking Conference (WMNC) (pp. 40-47). IFIP 10.1109/WMNC.2015.38

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Information-centric networking (ICN) is a promising approach for wireless communication because users can exploit the broadcast nature of the wireless medium to quickly find desired content at nearby nodes. However, wireless multi-hop communication is prone to collisions and it is crucial to quickly detect and react to them to optimize transmission times and a void spurious retransmissions. Several adaptive retransmission timers have been used in related ICN literature but they have not been compared and evaluated in wireless multi-hop environments. In this work, we evaluate existing algorithms in wireless multi-hop communication. We find that existing algorithms are not optimized for wireless communication but slight modificati ons can result in considerably better performance without increasing the number of transmitted Interests.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Division/Institute: 08 Faculty of Science > Institute of Computer Science (INF) > Communication and Distributed Systems (CDS)
08 Faculty of Science > Institute of Computer Science (INF)
UniBE Contributor: Anastasiades, Carlos and Braun, Torsten
Subjects: 000 Computer science, knowledge & systems
500 Science > 510 Mathematics
Publisher: IFIP
Language: English
Submitter: Jonnahtan Eduardo Saltarin de Arco
Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2015 15:52
Last Modified: 05 May 2016 18:38
Publisher DOI: 10.1109/WMNC.2015.38
BORIS DOI: 10.7892/boris.72271
URI: http://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/72271

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