By Pedro Cuenca, Carlos Guerrero, Ramon Puigjaner, Bartomeu Serra
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh Annual Mediterranean advert Hoc Networking Workshop held in Spain on June 25-27, 2008. The IFIP sequence publishes state of the art ends up in the sciences and applied sciences of knowledge and verbal exchange. The scope of the sequence comprises: foundations of computing device technology; software program thought and perform; schooling; laptop functions in know-how; conversation platforms; platforms modeling and optimization; info platforms; desktops and society; desktops expertise; safety and defense in info processing structures; synthetic intelligence; and human-computer interplay. complaints and post-proceedings of refereed overseas meetings in machine technology and interdisciplinary fields are featured. those effects usually precede magazine booklet and symbolize the most up-tp-date study. The critical goal of the IFIP sequence is to motivate schooling and the dissemination and alternate of knowledge approximately all elements of computing.
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Moreover, PNs contains devices involved in different types of networks, such as UMTS, ad hoc networks, sensor networks , etc. The particular behaviors of personal devices in these networks should be considered in the future work of mobility modeling for PNs. For example, swarm behaviors [ 16] of devices in mobile sensor networks should be investigated to address the details of personal nodes mobility in PNs. 24 Acknowledgment T h i s w o r k is partially f u n d e d b y the E U IST M A G N E T B e y o n d Project a n d the D u t c h F r e e b a n d P N P 2 0 0 8 Project.
Replication of an agent e takes place if at some node u, Qe becomes larger than a threshold value q. When replication takes place for entity e, a child entity e t is created and Qe=Qe, = 0 . The particular value of threshold q is to be explored. Small values of q result in frequent replications resulting in an advertising network that would not be stretched, as already mentioned. On the other hand, large values of q would keep the number of replications low but they may occur late in the sense that replication may take place long after the agent is outside the dense area.
Clearly, if the advertising process is capable of creating an advertising network such that mind(u, v) < L, for some node u E V and at least one v E V~, then the searching process of node u will be successful. Let the L-property of any network node u be defined as the existence of at least one node of the advertising network in at most L hops away from the particular node u. Let coverage of a particular advertising process for a certain L, denoted as C(L), be defined as the proportion (%) of the network nodes for which the L-property is satisfied.