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1.1 Motivations and Objectives
1.2 Organization of This Dissertation
2.1 Terminology
2.1.1 Mobile Host
2.1.2 Mobile Network
2.2 Network-layer Mobility
2.3 Handover Classification
2.3.1 Classified by the Number of Access Points Involved
2.3.2 Classified by Initiation of Handover
2.4 Architecture of IP-Based Networks
2.5 Routing
2.5.1 Unicast Routing
2.5.2 Traditional Multicast Routing
2.5.3 Traditional Multicast versus Small Group Multicast
2.6 IP-based Wireless LAN Networks
2.6.1 Wireless LAN
Mobility Support: State of the Art
3.1 IETF Mobility Support Schemes
3.1.1 Mobile IP Fundamentals
3.1.2 Mobile IPv4
3.1.3 Mobile IPv4 and Mobile Networks
3.1.4 Mobile IPv4 and Mobile Networks
3.1.5 IETF Hierarchical Mobile IPv6
3.2 Mobility Support Approaches
3.2.1 Cellular IP
3.2.2 HAWAII
3.2.3 Fast Handover Enhancement
3.2.4 Helmy
3.2.5 DNS Updates
3.3 Mobility Support Architectures
3.4 Network Mobility
3.4.1 Prefix Scope Binding Updates
3.4.2 IETF NEMO Basic Protocol
4.1 Objectives
4.2 Design Requirements
4.3 IP Mobility Support in the Literature
4.3.1 Macro-mobility
4.3.2 Micro-mobility
4.3.3 Multicast-based Mobility
4.3.4 Xcast-based Mobility
4.4 Summary
5.1 Candidate Access Router Discovery (CARD)
5.1.1 Introduction
5.1.2 Functional Overview
5.1.3 Approaches for Candidate Access Router Discovery
5.2 X&M Mechanism
5.2.1 Reducing the Delay Due to 802.11 Channel Scanning
5.3 Handover Procedure of X&M
various signal strength threshold values
5.4. Adaptive Algorithm of CAT Threshold Selection 59
5.4 Adaptive Algorithm of CAT Threshold Selec-
5.5 Summary
Two-level Mobile Routing System
6.1 Handover of the Local Node
6.1.1 Functions in the LN
6.1.2 Functions in the HA
6.1.3 Functions in the MR
7.2.1 Network topology
7.3 Value of CAT Threshold
7.4 Performance Metrics
7.4.1 Handover Latency
7.4.2 UDP Packet Loss and Duplication Caused by Han-
7.5 Simulation Results and Evaluations
7.5.1 Unidirectional Movement
7.5.2 Bi-directional Movement
7.5.3 Two-level Mobile Routing
7.6 Summary
Mobility Model
8.1 Abstraction Model
8.1.1 Bhagwat’s Abstraction Model
8.1.2 A More Detailed Abstraction Model
8.2 Mobility Support Frameworks
8.2.1 Routing-based Framework
8.2.2 Two-Tier Addressing Category
8.3 Analysis of the Framework
8.4 Summary
9.2 Perspectives and Future Work
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