Konstantinos Birkos

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—In this work we present an obstacle-aware human mobility model for ad hoc networks. Typical examples where the nodes of mobile ad hoc networks are human-operated are natural or man-made disasters, military activities or healthcare services. In these scenarios, obstacles are an integral part of the areas where such networks are deployed in order to(More)
In this paper we present a mobility model for ad hoc networks consisting of human-operated nodes that are deployed in obstacle-constrained environments. According to this model, the network nodes move around the obstacles in a way that resembles how humans bypass physical obstructions. A recursive procedure is executed by each node at its current position(More)
This paper proposes a dynamic trust establishment protocol that enables the nodes of an ad hoc network to establish security associations among each other in a distributed and peer-to-peer manner. The basis of the protocol is a node-to-node security handshake using a network-wide key that every node is preconfigured with. This way a security association is(More)
—This paper describes the ROMEO architecture for live 3D multi-view video delivery over peer-to-peer networks. The scope of the European founded Integration Project ROMEO encompasses addressing the challenges of live multi-view video delivery over heterogeneous networks (WiFi, LTE, DVB, etc.) and diverse user equipment (mobile, portable, fixed). In order to(More)
—Scalable video enables flexible video delivery over IP networks. The adaptation of the video content to the network configuration and the networking conditions is the great advantage of scalable video. In this research work, on-demand H.264 SVC video delivery over wireless multi-hop single-frequency networks is studied. The main objective is to achieve the(More)
Towards the proliferation of architectures, tools and applications that have the potential to be used during an emergency rescue mission, we present a framework for emergency real-time communication using autonomous networks, called emergency Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (eMANETs). By eMANETs we refer to networks that are deployed in emergency cases where default(More)