Gen Motoyoshi

Learn More
Several task forces are currently working on how to design the future Internet and it is high time for research work to also move a step forward to future mobile networks on a large scale. In this article, we propose a future mobile network management method based on a combination of OpenFlow and the biologically inspired attractor selection method to(More)
—In this paper, we propose a novel mobility assisted, adaptive broadcast routing mechanism called Mobility Tolerant Firework Routing (MTFR) that improves node reachability especially in situations with high mobility. We evaluate our proposal by simulations with the random walk and random waypoint mobility models and disclose tendencies that can be observed(More)
In this paper, we investigate our mobility-assisted and adaptive broadcast routing mechanism, called Mobility Tolerant Firework Routing (MTFR), which utilizes the concept of potentials for routing and improves node reachability, especially in situations with high mobility, by including a broadcast mechanism. We perform detailed evaluations by simulations in(More)
Network resources for mobile users such as available bandwidth fluctuate depending on the level of background traffic. The deployment of many access points enables mobile users to access more network resources on their way to their destination by taking the longcut route rather than the shortcut route. These users pay some extra cost to take the longcut but(More)
—Several task forces have been working on how to design the future Internet and it is high time for research work to move a step forward to networks on a large scale. In this paper, we propose a future mobile network architecture on a combination of OpenFlow and the attractor selection method to achieve scalability and energy conservation. In addition, we(More)