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Network-Enabled Capability: Modelling and Measurements
Goergen, David
2014
 

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Keywords :
Modelling; Capability measurement; Interoperability; Heterogeneous network; content-centric
Abstract :
[en] In public safety many actors work together to achieve a common goal. However, communication among these actors is not always possible. Most use their own communication system and infrastructure, which are not always compatible with other participants’. A goal of this research is to analyse the current situation in terms of the capabilities of the different systems and to propose a solution for the successful interoperability between the different actors in the public safety arena by evaluating both current and improved communication infrastructures with a given scenario using a network simulator. To achieve this goal we analyse the capabilities of broadband communication infrastructure to create a model that describes its capabilities. We also analyse and evaluate the requirements for a communication infrastructure that can handle the daily communication flows, as well as the exceptional traffic that occurs during crises. Our evaluation and analysis is performed on country-level data sets that collect data over a certain period of time.
Disciplines :
Computer science
Author, co-author :
Goergen, David ;  University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC)
Language :
English
Title :
Network-Enabled Capability: Modelling and Measurements
Defense date :
16 June 2014
Number of pages :
137
Institution :
Unilu - University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Degree :
Doctorat en Informatique
Promotor :
Engel, Thomas 
State, Radu  
Posch, Reinhard
Simon, Carlo
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Jury member :
Gurbani, Vijay
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