Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 90 pages) : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
2 Information Centric Network (ICN)
3 Content Centric Network (CCN)
4 Future Aspects
This book introduces Content-Centric Networking (CCN), a networking paradigm that provides a simple and effective solution to the challenging demands of future wired and wireless communications. It provides an overview of the recent developments in the area of future internet technologies, bringing together the advancements that have been made in Information-Centric Networking (ICN) in general, with a focus on CCN. It begins with an introduction to the basics of CCN is followed by an overview of the current internet paradigm and its challenges. Next, an application perspective has been included, where the authors encompass the selected applications for CCN with recent refereed research and developments. These applications include Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Grid, Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs), and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). The book is a useful reference source for practising researchers, and can be used as supporting material for undergraduate and graduate level courses in computer science and electrical engineering.
1. Introduction. 1.1 Wireless Sensor Networks: An Overview. 1.2 Protocol Stack and Architecture. 1.3 Classification of Routing Protocols. 1.4 Limitations and Advantages of various Schemes. 1.5 Future Trend in Routing: Multi-Hop Routing Categories. References.
2. Multi-hop Energy Efficient Routing. 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Multi-hop Energy Efficient routing protocols. 2.3 Comparative Analysis. 2.4 Summary and Future Trends. References.
3. Multi-hop Reliability and Network Operation Routing. 3.1 Brief History.3.2 Reliability and Network Operation Based protocols. 3.3 Comparisons. 3.4 Summary and Future Trends. References.
5. Future Research and Scope. 5.1 Fundamentals of WSN. 5.2 Future Scope.5.3 Conclusion. References.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
This brief provides an overview of recent developments in multi-hop routing protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). It introduces the various classifications of routing protocols and lists the pros and cons of each category, going beyond the conceptual overview of routing classifications offered in other books. Recently many researchers have proposed numerous multi-hop routing protocols and thereby created a need for a book that provides its readers with an up-to-date road map of this research paradigm. The authors present some of the most relevant results achieved by applying an algorithmic approach to the research on multi-hop routing protocols. The book covers measurements, experiences and lessons learned from the implementation of multi-hop communication prototypes. Furthermore, it describes future research challenges and as such serves as a useful guide for students and researchers alike. (source: Nielsen Book Data)