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Article history: Available online 2 January 2014 MIPv6 (Mobile IPv6) has been developed as macro-mobility management protocol to support mobility of MUs (mobile users) over the Internet. Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (HMIPv6) has been developed as micro-mobility management protocol. There are many other mobility management protocols proposed so far like Fast(More)
There are so many IP-based mobility management schemes proposed and standardized but mobility management is still a bigger challenge today. The notion of Mobile IPv4 (MIPv4) has been standardized as a macro-mobility management protocol. Hierarchical Mobility Management scheme for MIPv4 networks (HMIPv4), Dynamic Hierarchical Mobile IP (DHMIP) have been(More)
where H,: F, --* R and 0 log 2 0 ---0. The quantity Hn(Pl , P2 ,'", Pn) is usually interpreted as the average amount of information obtained when any one out of n mutually exclusive events with respective probabilities Pl,P2 ..... P,; Pi ~> 0, i = 1, 2 ..... n, ~2~'=~ P / = 1 materalizes. Shannon (1948) himself gave an axiomatic characterization of H , , n(More)
The notion of Mobile IP (MIP) has been developed to support mobility of mobile nodes over the Internet. But MIP has many drawbacks like frequent registration of care-of-address, triangular routing, etc. To overcome the frequent registration, hierarchical mobility management scheme for mobile IP networks (HMIP) has been suggested. The signaling cost and(More)
Replication strategy is mostly useful for replicating the mobile user’s profile at selected locations from which some callers have higher calling rate. Location management scheme also include replication strategy to reduce the location lookup cost of called mobile user. It plays important role in personal communication services in order to reduce call setup(More)