Ad Hoc Network in a Disaster Area: a Composite Mobility Model and its Evaluation

Abstract : Ad hoc network is an essential means of communication in disaster scenes. Validation of new communication protocols for these networks requires exhaustive simulation runs because real life experiences can be performed exclusively during expensive civil protection exercises. The necessity of these simulations calls for realistic and reliable mobility models which take into account numerous aspects of rescue worker interventions. We propose a composite model of mobility for disaster scenarii which includes a realistic model of human displacement, team mobility, and obstacle avoidance. The comparison of its performance with those of other available models is encouraging. We believe that it can improve the veracity of rescue operation simulations.
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Stéphane Pomportes, Joanna Tomasik, Véronique Vèque. Ad Hoc Network in a Disaster Area: a Composite Mobility Model and its Evaluation. The 2010 International Conference on Advanced Technologies for Communications (ATC 2010), Oct 2010, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. pp.17-22. ⟨hal-00544222⟩

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