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Towards self-organizing future ubiquitous networks
Nathalie Mitton
Inria Lille Nord Europe
nathalie.mitton@inria.fr

Abstract

FUN (Future Ubiquitous Networks) are composed of RFID, wireless sensor and robot networks. The objects that compose FUN are characterized by limited resources, high mobility and high security level in spite of untrusted environment. They communicate in a wireless way. To be operational and efficient, such networks have to follow some self-organizing rules. Indeed, components of FUN have to be able in a distributed and energy-efficient way to discover the network, self(deploy, communicate, self-structure in spite of their harware constraints while adapting the environment in which they evolve. During this talk, we will see some ways to make such networks self-organize and communicate.

Keywords

wireless sensor and actuator networks, RFID, FUN