Lec-1-intro-S07-1 - CIS6930 Wireless Mobile Networks Design...

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CIS6930 Wireless Mobile Networks Design and Analysis Ahmed Helmy www.cise.ufl.edu/~helmy helmy@ufl.edu Spring 2007
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Course Structure Three main components: Lecture sessions/class participation Major Semester Project (check syllabus for more details) Web site: www.cise.ufl.edu/~helmy/cis6930 also check prev. years from EE579/EE599/EE499 ‘Student-centered, seminar-like, hands-on, thought-provoking, advanced research’ course in networking, with networking and wireless lab.
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A. Project: 4 milestones (1) Initial proposal (2) Refined proposal (3) Initial report (4) Final report B. Presentations & discussions: - Topic presentation - Project presentation - Paper readings, reviews Assignments (~4) - Wireless measurements (wireless coverage map) - Mobility measurements (encounter-based networks) - Friendship measurements (socializer games) - Disaster relief scenarios Course Components Assignments: ~4 x 5%= 20% Topic Presentation: 15% Projects: - Project proposal (10%) - Final report (inc. pres./demo) 40%
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Milestones Forming groups for experiments/projects (1 st 2 weeks) Paper reviews 5 (~bi-weekly) Experiments 4 (one every 2-3 weeks) Initial Project Proposal (~5th week) Final Project Proposal (~8th week) Initial Project Report (~11th week) Final Project Report/demos (last week of class) Class presentations (sign up) Project presentations (accdg to time, sign up)
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Course Team TA: Sapon Tanachaiwiwat (tanachai@usc.edu) Lab admin: Jabed Faruque (faruque@usc.edu) Teaching and Lab Assistants: Students: - Around 4 groups, each of ‘4’ students (lab groups, presentation groups, project groups) Sessions: - 1 lecture session (3 hrs) - 2 lab sessions (3 hrs each) (TBA) [all wireless] - Each group gets 1 lab session/wk Prof. Ahmed Helmy (ceng.usc.edu/~helmy) (helmy@usc.edu)
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Course Content The main emphasis of the course is on protocols, modeling and analysis for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANets). The material discussed will be mainly based on carefully selected research papers. Required book "Ad Hoc Networking" by Charles E. Perkins. Edited book with good collection of research papers. The Prof. will present the first few lectures then the students will present their topics. This course is seminar-like & is student-driven .
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Intro to Ad Hoc Networks What is an ad hoc network? Pure ad hoc Homogeneous vs. heterogeneous nodes Wired-wireless heterogeneous networks
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What are characteristics of ad hoc vs. wired nets? mobility and dynamics higher BER and losses power-constraints infrastructure-less Scale Continuous change of location (addressing?) [wired is physically based] Connectivity function of relative positions, radio power. May be asymmetric. (spatial vs. relational graph) other?. ..
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Implications of the Ad hoc environment on
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