“RTTMM: Role Based 3-Tier Mobility Model for Evaluation of …” Dr. Mohammed Atiquzzaman

Keynote Title: RTTMM: Role Based 3-Tier Mobility Model for Evaluation of Delay Tolerant Routing Protocols in Post Disaster Situation Keynote Lecturer: Mohammed Atiquzzaman Presented on: 25/04/2016, Rome, Italy Abstract: In Internet of Things (IoT) the devices are interconnected through Internet…

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Keynote Title: RTTMM: Role Based 3-Tier Mobility Model for Evaluation of Delay Tolerant Routing Protocols in Post Disaster Situation
Keynote Lecturer: Mohammed Atiquzzaman
Presented on: 25/04/2016, Rome, Italy
Abstract: In Internet of Things (IoT) the devices are interconnected through Internet with several redundant paths, but they are still vulnerable to the effects of large scale disasters such as earthquakes and floods. The disaster area may be disconnected from the rest of the Internet and the need arises to get information about the victims. Adhoc networks like MANETs and DTNs are most suitable to support the communication in partitioned networks, such as a network in a post disaster situation. Even an adhoc network becomes one of the essential network architecture in IoT and attracted lots of attention in the last decade. The disaster affects the several regions with different intensities called each region as disaster event which are located nearer to each other.Each disaster event is assigned a group of rescue entities with hand held IoT device, where they perform the tactical operation. The movement pattern of the rescue entities in a post disaster area is described by a mobility model which is used to evaluate the routing protocols for post disaster scenario networks. Existing mobility models for post disaster scenarios do not distribute the rescue entities in proportion to the intensity of disaster events in the case of multiple events occurring simultaneously. In this work, we propose the Role-based 3-Tier Mobility Model (RTTMM) to mimic the movement pattern of different rescue entities involved in the disaster relief operation by distributing them based on the proportion of the intensity of the disaster event.Our model generates the mobility traces of the rescue entities, which are fed as input to the DTN routing protocols. We also evaluate the performance of existing DTN routing protocols using the traces obtained from RTTMM.
Presented at the following Conferences: WEBIST, 12th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies; CLOSER, 6th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science; IoTBD, International Conference on Internet of Things and Big Data
Conference Website: http://www.closer.scitevents.org/; http://www.webist.org/; http://www.IoTBD.org/

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