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A Java-Based Framework For Comparing Mobility Policies In Networks With Dynamic Resource Management.

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Published

Publication date2000
Number of pages12
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceProceedings ITC specialist seminar on mobility
CityLilehammer, Norway
Period1/03/00 → …

Abstract

Next-generation multiservice networks are expected to offer object mobility support as well as node programmability. This paper describes how this may be used to extend the current vision of policy-based network management. It then proposes a system intended to enable evaluation of different mobility policies. We introduce the notion of a network centre of gravity, and use the evaluation framework to show that policies based on it can be advantageous.