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[CB12] Social Mobility Models Realism versus Real Traces

Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture : 2012 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference: Mobile and Wireless Networks (IEEE WCNC 2012 Track 3 Mobile and Wireless), April 2012, pp.10-20, Paris, FRANCE,

Mots clés: Mobility Models;Social Networks;Real Traces;Ant Colony Systems;Manhattan;Opnet Modeler

Résumé: Mobile models aim to mimic human motion. Real traces aim at the same target. However, the latters are specific. They relate to a country or a region or smaller geographical places. Also, they cover at most few months of duration. In cons, Mobility models approach is more general in space and time for taking advantage of Social Theory. Mobile models are used in mobile networks routing protocols for testing purpose. To enhance random and pseudo-random mobility models, user social behavior has been introduced. Global results have already been published which demonstrates the realism of such models versus random and pseudo-random ones. In this paper, more in depth results which demonstrate with surprising deviations how far are random and pseudo-random mobility models from realistic motions, are given. By the way, we assess that taking into account social behaviors borrowed from Social Theory are more general and timeless, i.e. to our sense more realistic than real traces analysis.

Equipe: sys , roc

BibTeX

@inproceedings {
CB12,
title="{Social Mobility Models Realism versus Real Traces}",
author=" H. Costantini and S. Boumerdassi ",
booktitle="{2012 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference: Mobile and Wireless Networks (IEEE WCNC 2012 Track 3 Mobile and Wireless)}",
year=2012,
month="April",
pages="10-20",
address="Paris, FRANCE",
}