From Encounters to Plausible Mobility

  title={From Encounters to Plausible Mobility},
  author={John Whitbeck and Marcelo Dias de Amorim and Vania Conan and Mostafa H. Ammar and Ellen W. Zegura},
  journal={Pervasive and Mobile Computing},
Inferring plausible node mobility based only on information from wireless contact traces is a difficult problem. Working with mobility information allows richer protocol simulations, particularly in dense networks, but requires complex set-ups to measure. On the other hand, contact information is easier to measure but only allows for simplistic simulation models. In a contact trace a lot of node movement information is irretrievably lost so the original positions and velocities are in general… CONTINUE READING
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