1. #9: Mobility and the Internet
  2. Schedule
  3. The Internet is a shared digitalcommunication infrastructure
  4. Various wireless networks(1)
  5. Various wireless networks(2)
  6. Unwired
  7. earth
  8. Internet
  9. Unwired World
  10. Radio waves falls like rain.
  11. 2002/01/28 Nagoya Press Conference
  12. WiFi Access Points in Nagoya
  13. Probe System(Traffic Information)
  14. Rainfall(Rainfall information)
  15. Unwired World
  16. Mission that the Internet accomplishes
  17. Internet Mobility: Checked Off Boxes
  18. Today's Theme
  19. The Internet, sans Mobility
  20. Mobile IP
  21. Network Mobility (NEMO)
  22. Internet is ready!
  23. Mobile IPv6
  24. Transparency, Incoming Connections
  25. What is Mobile IPv6?
  26. Home Address Binding
  27. Mobile IPv6Reverse Tunneling
  28. Mobile IPv6Route Optimization
  29. Mobile IPv6 Signalling1.Home Registration
  30. Who Does an IP Address Belong To?
  31. Network Mobility
  32. Network Mobility (NEMO)
  33. NEMO Basic Support Protocol
  34. NEMO's Signal
  35. Internet and cars
  36. 2004 Nagoya ITS World Congress IPv6 Mobility Technology for ITS
  37. System configuration
  38. Outline of demonstration scenario
  39. Wireless network
  40. Dynamical adaptation of application
  41. Interoperability Experiment
  42. Mobile Ad-hoc Network
  43. Mobile Ad-hoc Network(MANET)
  44. Ad Hoc Network Features
  45. Internet Layering + New Principles
  46. Uses for Ad Hoc Networks
  47. Ad Hoc History
  48. Path Control Methods
  49. AODV(1)
  50. AODV(2)
  51. Flooding method
  52. OLSR
  53. Flooding vs. MPR Flooding
  54. OLSR
  55. Flooding vs. MPR Flooding
  56. MPR Selection
  57. TC Message Distribution
  58. Routing Table Construction
  59. Internet Connectivity of MANET
  60. New Communication Paths
  61. Comm Env. & Path Control
  62. Nested NEMO Problem
  63. Problems of MANET Global Connectivity
  64. MANEMO
  65. Next MANEMO?