Barbara Hughes and Vinny Cahill., Achieving real-time guarantees in mobile wireless ad hoc networks., Proceedings of the 24th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium Work-in-progress Session (RTSS '03), 24th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium Work-in-progress Session (RTSS '03), December, IEEE, 2003, 37-40
Timely wireless communication is essential to allow
real-time mobile applications, such as communication
between mobile robots or inter-vehicle communication to
be realized. The real-time event-based communication
paradigm has been recognized as an appropriate highlevel
communication scheme to connect autonomous
components in large distributed control systems . We
investigate whether real-time event constraints can be
guaranteed in a mobile ad hoc wireless network.
In this work in progress paper we present our analysis
of the impact of mobile ad hoc wireless networks on
achieving real-time guarantees. We introduce our ongoing
work on the use of a proactive routing and resource
reservation protocol using mobility awareness and
prediction to reduce the unpredictability of a dynamic
mobile ad hoc wireless network.
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