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  • A Distributed Network Mobility Management Scheme for Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 Networks

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , YAMAI Nariyoshi

    … One such scheme, a scheme using Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (HMIPv6) aims to overcome micromobility management issues as well by applying a mechanism based on HMIPv6. …

    IEICE Transactions on Communications 91(7), 2272-2278, 2008-07-01

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  • A Distributed Mobility Management Scheme for Mobile Networks with Many Mobile Network Nodes  [in Japanese]

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , YAMAI Nariyoshi

    経路最適化やマイクロモビリティに関する問題を解決するネットワークモビリティ制御方式として,階層化モバイルIPv6を利用した方式(従来方式)が提案されている.従来方式では,移動ネットワークのモビリティを,Mobility Anchor Point(MAP)と呼ばれる移動先ネットワーク内のルータを用いて制御する.ところが,従来方式では,特に多数の通信相手を持つ多数の端末が接続されたネットワークが移動す …

    IEICE technical report 106(577), 47-52, 2007-03-01

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  • Multilevel Hierarchical Mobility Management in Densely Meshed Networks

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , MURAKAMI Koso

    Micromobility management is a key issue for the deployment of broadband mobile communication services. …

    IEICE Trans. Commun., B 89(7), 2002-2011, 2006-07-01

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  • An Autonomous Load Balancing Criteria Configuration Method for Multilevel Hierarchical Mobility Management  [in Japanese]

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , MURAKAMI Koso

    筆者らは広域モバイルネットワークにおける制御負荷の分散化を図るモビリティ制御方式として, 多階層分散型モビリティ制御方式を提案している.本方式では, ネットワーク内に階層的に分散配置されたモビリティ制御機能を有する複数のルータ(Mobility Anchor Point : MAP)の中から各移動端末(Mobile Terminal : MT)の移動特性に応じたMAPを選択し, そのMAPを用いて …

    IEICE technical report. Information networks 104(692), 285-288, 2005-03-04

  • An Autonomous Load Balancing Criteria Configuration Method for Multilevel Hierarchical Mobility Management  [in Japanese]

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , MURAKAMI Koso

    筆者らは広域モバイルネットワークにおける制御負荷の分散化を図るモビリティ制御方式として, 多階層分散型モビリティ制御方式を提案している.本方式では, ネットワーク内に階層的に分散配置されたモビリティ制御機能を有する複数のルータ(Mobility Anchor Point : MAP)の中から各移動端末(Mobile Terminal : MT)の移動特性に応じたMAPを選択し, そのMAPを用いて …

    IEICE technical report 104(690), 285-288, 2005-02-25

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  • An Autonomous Load Balancing Criteria Configuration Method for Multilevel Hierarchical Mobility Management  [in Japanese]

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , MURAKAMI Koso

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告. IN, 情報ネットワーク 104(692), 285-288, 2005-02-25

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  • Network Supported Bandwidth Control for TCP in Hierarchical Mobile Internet

    MATSUSHITA Yosuke , MATSUDA Takahiro , YAMAMOTO Miki

    … In the hierarchical mobile network structure, which is recently developed in order to realize micromobility protocol, all packets transferred to mobile nodes are converged to several gateways such as mobility anchor points (MAP) in hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (HMIPv6). …

    IEICE Trans. Commun., B 88(1), 266-273, 2005-01-01

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  • A Study on Estimation of Mobility of Terminals for Hierarchical Mobility Management Scheme

    KAWANO Keita , KINOSHITA Kazuhiko , MURAKAMI Koso

    … HMIPv6 uses a mobility manageable router in a domain visited by the MTs to manage the micromobility of the MTs. …

    IEICE Trans. Commun., B 87(9), 2557-2566, 2004-09-01

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  • Effcient RSVP Path Management in IP Micro Mobility Environments

    MOON Bongkyo , AGHVAMI A.Hamid

    This letter addresses the issue of RSVP path management in IP micro-mobility networks. We describe efficient RSVP QoS paths with a minimal impact to the existing protocol and underlying routing infras …

    IEICE transactions on communications 86(5), 1710-1714, 2003-05-01

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  • Micro Mobility Support in LIN6  [in Japanese]

    HARADA YUKIKO , KUNISHI MITSUNOBU , TERAOKA FUMIO

    … HierarchicalLIN6 (HLIN6).HLIN6 is based on LIN6 and supports node mobility in IPv6 under the environmentwhere mobile nodes move frequently.HLIN6 employs a hierarchy method in its design.HLIN6 does not use tunneling for routing in a ``Domain'' because HLIN6 makes gooduse of the LIN6 address architecture.Thus, HLIN6 has no header overhead.We implemented a prototype system of HLIN6 in the KAME IPv6 stackand the LIN6 kernel.The results of evaluation of HLIN6 show that theprocessing time specific to HLIN6 is negligible and that HLIN6 supports micromobility. …

    Transactions of Information Processing Society of Japan 43(12), 3878-3888, 2002-12-15

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  • Comparison of IP Micromobility Protocols

    CAMPBELL A. T.

    IEEE Wireless Commun. 9(1), 72-82, 2002

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  • Comparison of IP micromobility protocols

    CAMPBELL Andrew T.

    IEEE Wireless Commn. 9(1), 72-82, 2002

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