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Impact of Random Mobility on the Inhomogeneity of Spatial Distributions

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Impact of Random Mobility on the Inhomogeneity of Spatial Distributions
Abstract—Simulation results of wireless networks heavily depend on the spatial distribution of its nodes. Even though the initial distribution may match the expectations of the researcher, its properties may get lost due to the applied mobility model after a few seconds. This paper analyzes the effects of three well-known mobility models on the inhomogeneity of the spatial distribution. Furthermore, the effects of penetrable borders of the simulation area on the node distribution are analyzed. Due to the encountered deviations, we propose and analyze the inhomogeneous random waypoint (IRWP) model. It maintains a desired inhomogeneity level in the long run and generates random clusters with respect to shape, size, position, and member nodes.
Michael Gyarmati, Udo Schilcher, Günther Bran
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Michael Gyarmati, Udo Schilcher, Günther Brandner, Christian Bettstetter, Yun Won Chung, Young Han Kim
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