Challenging each other with opposite views on medicine, the pair eventually bonds and learns from one another. Jeanselme by Philippe Bertin Book 1 edition published in in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Hiroshima by Philippe Bertin Book 1 edition published in in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
In this thesis, we consider a new architecture approach providing a unified support for different access technologies through a flat distribution of networking functions. This architecture aims to be very simple; it uses only three functional entities: the access node providing network and radio connectivity; the terminal, able to manage either one or several network attachments simultaneously; the interworking gateway. Our contribution focuses on the development of a new mobility management approach adapted to such a distributed architecture: DMA Dynamic Mobility Anchoring.
It considers dynamic mobility anchors activation in access nodes. Mobility management becomes hence fully distributed among those nodes whereas the rest of the network uses standard IP routing.
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In addition to mobility management, we introduce distributed idle mode management mechanisms adapted to multi-interfaces terminals, allowing the transposition of IP paging solutions to flat heterogeneous networks. For Evaluation purposes, we develop both a simulator and an analytical model for, respectively, distributed mobility management and idle mode support. Beyond to DMA functional validation, our results confirm that our distributed approach, thanks to the removing of mobile traffic concentration in centralised network nodes, enhances the quality of service provided to mobile users.
We also outline operator's benefits brought by DMA in terms of mobile networks scalability, engineering and operational costs reduction. Sentier des douaniers de la Manche by Philippe Bertin Book 1 edition published in in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.
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