Presentation 2017-08-21
[Invited Talk] Multi-hop networks in data-driven society
Yasutaka Kawamoto,
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Abstract(in English) I would like to discuss how multi-hop networks should be in data-driven society. In data-driven society, the requirements on the network are throughput, reliability, latency, number of devices that can be managed, power consumption, etc. We can solve these requirements by changing the setting of the existing multi-hop wireless protocol stack. However, there are problems such that the protocol stack becomes complicated, the engineering cost increases. As a solution to these problems, I will comment on the possibility of a lightweight and compact application specific protocol stack.
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Keyword(in English) multi-hop wireless network / Data-driven society
Paper # SRW2017-15
Date of Issue 2017-08-14 (SRW)

Conference Information
Committee SRW
Conference Date 2017/8/21(1days)
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page)
Place (in English) Kyoto University
Topics (in Japanese) (See Japanese page)
Topics (in English) Network, MAC, Sensor technology, mmWave, etc.
Chair Tadao Nakagawa(Tottori Univ.)
Vice Chair Satoshi Denno(Okayama Univ.) / Makoto Hamaminato(Fujitsu labs.)
Secretary Satoshi Denno(NICT) / Makoto Hamaminato(Kyoto Univ.)
Assistant Kentaro Saito(Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) / Hiromasa Yamauchi(Fujitsu labs.)

Paper Information
Registration To Technical Committee on Short Range Wireless Communications
Language JPN
Title (in Japanese) (See Japanese page)
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Title (in English) [Invited Talk] Multi-hop networks in data-driven society
Sub Title (in English)
Keyword(1) multi-hop wireless network
Keyword(2) Data-driven society
1st Author's Name Yasutaka Kawamoto
1st Author's Affiliation Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.(OKI)
Date 2017-08-21
Paper # SRW2017-15
Volume (vol) vol.117
Number (no) SRW-178
Page pp.pp.35-35(SRW),
#Pages 1
Date of Issue 2017-08-14 (SRW)