The Airplug software distribution allows to build distributed applications and protocols suited to dynamic networks, that is to say whose terminals are communicating on the move and can switch from active to inactive. These networks include: pedestrian networks equipped with communicating terminals (phone, PDA, computers), networks of communicating robots or drones, vehicular networks.
New problems arise with these networks, in the medium access layer, the network layer (routing messages), the transport layer (eg. data streams between terminals), the construction of distributed applications ( eg. data sharing), the security, the confidence…
The Airplug software distribution is dedicated to these studies. It allows experimentation in the field or laboratory. This work began following the Action Specifique of the french CNRS named Dynamo in 2002-2003 (Structural Analysis and Algorithms for Dynamic Graphs).
Journées Spécifiques du CNRS ReVe 2016 : Réseaux de Véhicules ReVe 2016
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