|Title of host publication||IEEE 56th Vehicular Technology Conference, 2002 (VTC 2002-Fall), Vancouver|
|Publisher or commissioning body||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|
|Publication date||Sep 2002|
|Pages||102 - 106|
|Conference||Vehicular Technology Conference 2002 (VTC 2002-Fall)|
|Period||1/09/02 → …|
In this paper, we present a novel mobility model, called the Scalable Mobility Modeling Tool (SMMT), which is based around a scaleable algorithmic mobility model that can be applied to a large number of possible horizontal environments, from wide area networks (WAN) to local area networks (LAN), to analyze the issues related to mobility management and radio resource management. The SMMT introduces the new concept of poles of gravity (PG) to characterize the spatial and temporal behavior of mobile users in a scaleable way. This technique has been applied to a cellular communications system superimposed on different geographical frameworks consisting of the City Area Model and City Center of Bristol, UK, to investigate the performance issues related to location and paging area and teletraffic issues respectively.
Rose publication type: Conference contribution
Sponsorship: This work is part of the Core 2 Research Programme of the Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile & Personal Communications, Mobile VCE
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- mobility model, location and paging areas, teletraffic models
Vehicular Technology Conference 2002 (VTC 2002-Fall)
|Duration||1 Sep 2002 → …|