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An Elaboration on Dynamically Re-configurable Communication Protocols Using Key Identifiers

Premadasa, Kaushalya and Landfeldt, Björn LU (2005) First International Conference, HPCC 2005 In High Performance Computing and Communications/Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3726. p.33-44
Abstract
In this paper we elaborate on our novel concept and methodology for generating tailored communication protocols specific to an application’s requirements and the operating environment for a mobile node roaming among different access networks within the global Internet. Since the scheme that we present employs a universal technique, it can be also deployed in small-scale independent networks such as sensor networks to generate application-specific lightweight transport protocols as is appropriate to its energy-constrained operating environments. Given that our proposed scheme is based on decomposing the communication protocols of the TCP/IP protocol suite, it allows sensor networks implementing the proposed scheme to easily connect to the... (More)
In this paper we elaborate on our novel concept and methodology for generating tailored communication protocols specific to an application’s requirements and the operating environment for a mobile node roaming among different access networks within the global Internet. Since the scheme that we present employs a universal technique, it can be also deployed in small-scale independent networks such as sensor networks to generate application-specific lightweight transport protocols as is appropriate to its energy-constrained operating environments. Given that our proposed scheme is based on decomposing the communication protocols of the TCP/IP protocol suite, it allows sensor networks implementing the proposed scheme to easily connect to the existing Internet via a sink node consisting of a dual stack, without the loss of information in the protocol fields during the protocol translation process. We present preliminary experimental and analytical results that confirm and justify the feasibility of our method based on a practical example applicable to the sensor network environment. (Less)
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Yang, Laurence T.; Rana, Omer F.; Di Martino, Beniamino; Dongarra, Jack; ; ; and
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3726
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33 - 44
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Springer
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First International Conference, HPCC 2005
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0302-9743
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978-3-540-29031-5
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10.1007/11557654_7
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English
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  abstract     = {In this paper we elaborate on our novel concept and methodology for generating tailored communication protocols specific to an application’s requirements and the operating environment for a mobile node roaming among different access networks within the global Internet. Since the scheme that we present employs a universal technique, it can be also deployed in small-scale independent networks such as sensor networks to generate application-specific lightweight transport protocols as is appropriate to its energy-constrained operating environments. Given that our proposed scheme is based on decomposing the communication protocols of the TCP/IP protocol suite, it allows sensor networks implementing the proposed scheme to easily connect to the existing Internet via a sink node consisting of a dual stack, without the loss of information in the protocol fields during the protocol translation process. We present preliminary experimental and analytical results that confirm and justify the feasibility of our method based on a practical example applicable to the sensor network environment.},
  author       = {Premadasa, Kaushalya and Landfeldt, Björn},
  booktitle    = {High Performance Computing and Communications/Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  editor       = {Yang, Laurence T. and Rana, Omer F. and Di Martino, Beniamino and Dongarra, Jack},
  isbn         = {978-3-540-29031-5},
  issn         = {0302-9743},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {33--44},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {An Elaboration on Dynamically Re-configurable Communication Protocols Using Key Identifiers},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/11557654_7},
  volume       = {3726},
  year         = {2005},
}