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Title: Parameter characteristics of Gauss-Markov mobility model in mobile wireless sensor networks
Authors: Wang, W
Chen, Y
Chen, H
Kong, X
Chen, J
Keywords: Coverage rate
Gauss-Markov
Mobile wireless sensor networks
Mobility model
Out-boundary
Parameter characteristics
Parameter design
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Old City Publishing
Source: Ad hoc and sensor wireless networks, 2016, v. 34, no. 1-4, p. 257-272 How to cite?
Journal: Ad hoc and sensor wireless networks 
Abstract: Complex parameter design is an important issue in Gauss-Markov mobility model (GM model). In this paper, we firstly discuss the parameter characteristics of GM model. Research results show that the initial speed of a node has little influence on its out-boundary rate and coverage rate. The impacts of randomness tuning parameter a, border threshold l, step time t and average speed s on a node’s out-boundary probability and coverage rate are then analyzed. After that, we can get the following conclusions: an ideal range, ? ? (0.4, 0.7), is recommended; the design of border threshold l should take the maximum speed of each node, step time t and tuning parameter a into consideration; other model parameters should be designed according to the performance requirements after comprehensively considering the realistic application scenarios.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/65681
ISSN: 1551-9899
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