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A model for proactive seamless IP mobility and mobility-hop routing

Pagtzis, T; Kirstein, P; (2002) A model for proactive seamless IP mobility and mobility-hop routing. In: 10TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKS (ICON 2002), PROCEEDINGS. (pp. 217 - 222). IEEE

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Abstract

This paper presents a protocol model in support of seamless mobility for next generation IP Wireless Access Networks. Beyond traditional IP mobility practices, the proposed protocol encompasses a novel approach for seamless handoff through proactive relocation of IP raoming context state. The latter establishes a generic substrate for proactive state relocation of different context classes enabling a mobile node (MN) to be seamlessly IP reachable.The proposed model identifies a tentative mobility matrix TMM), representing an consistent mapping between a mobility neighbourhood vector (MNV), surrounding the current point of attachment of an MN and the correct underlying routing neighbourhood vector (RNV), over arbitrary routing topologies.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:A model for proactive seamless IP mobility and mobility-hop routing
Event:10th IEEE International Conference on Networks
Location:SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE
Dates:2002-08-27 - 2002-08-30
ISBN:0-7803-7533-5
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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