Mobility Effect on Wireless Gossiping
|has title::Mobility Effect on Wireless Gossiping|
|Master:||project within::Parallel and Distributed Computer Systems|
|Student name:||student name::Suhail Yousaf|
|Second reader:||has second reader::Maarten van Steen|
This Master's Project will explore the effects of node mobility on the Shared State protocol [Gavidia 2008], designed, simulated, implemented, and deployed in the distributed systems group at the vrije university. The Shared State protocol is a data diffusion protocol aiming at spreading the data of nodes uniformly across the whole network, based solely on local decisions. The protocol has proven to work sufficiently well in static wireless network, but its behavior in the presence of node mobility is yet to be explored.