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New Service Selection Strategies for the Service Distribution Protocol for MANETs.

Title: New Service Selection Strategies for the Service Distribution Protocol for MANETs.
Authors: Mohamed Hamdy and Birgitta König-Ries
Source: Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference Wireless Applications and Computing (WAC2010)
Place: Freiburg, Germany
Date: 2010-07-01
Type: Conference Paper
Abstract:

To deal with the partitioning behavior of ad-hoc mobile networks, an interest-based service replication protocol, called the Service Distribution Protocol (SDP) has been introduced. SDP is based on the service popularity concept, which is a non-partitioning-aware replication approach, to enhance service availability. It also has the advantage of being network-architecture independent as it avoids being involved in expensive topological analysis. In SDP, the most popular services in terms of the clients’ requests will be replicated more and the others will be hibernated. After a while, and using the mobility of the network participants, the interesting popular services prevail the network in what is known as service distribution. In this paper, we investigate two possibilities to further enhance SDP by introducing two new service selection strategies. Using a detailed simulation, the effects of these strategies on the service distribution correctness are being measured, compared and discussed.

BibTex:
@INPROCEEDINGS{wa21332a,
  author = {Mohamed Hamdy and Birgitta K\"onig-Ries},
  title = {New Service Selection Strategies for the Service Distribution Protocol
	for MANETs},
  booktitle = {the IADIS International Conference Wireless Applications and Computing
	(WAC2010)},
  year = {2010},
  address = {Freiburg, Germany}
}