The 3MING project has studied in depth the multi-homing topic, and the interactions with other topics such as the mobility. DiA as a new algorithm for MADM method, FPS mecha-nism for solving the reordering problem in load sharing, mobility optimizations by using al¬ternative interfaces, new authentication proposals, Mobike-X for use of IPsec in multi-homing/mobility context are ones of the challenges solved in the 3MING project. Five IETF drafts have been submitted.
Number of scientific articles published: 8
– B. Liu, N. Boukhatem, and P. Martins, “New Efficient Cross-layer And Multihoming Mechanisms At Layer-2 For Inter-RAT Handover Between UMTS And WiMAX”, accepted fo publication in Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing (WCMC) Journal, 2010.
– T. Cheneau, A. Boudguiga, M. Laurent, “Significantly Improved performances of the Cryptographically Generated Addresses thanks to ECC and GPGPU”, Journal of Computers & Security, Elsevier, Vol. 29, Issue 4, pp. 419-431, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cose.2009.12.008, Dec. 2009.
– X. Zhang, T.M.T. Nguyen and G. Pujolle, “Cooperative Mobility.
Management in Multihomed End-to-End Communications”, 4th IFIP/IEEE.
International Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security, Paris, France,February 2011.
– M. A Tran, P.N Tran, and N. Boukhatem, “Strategy game for flow/interface association in multi-homed mobile terminals”, in proceedings of the IEEE International Communications Conference (ICC’10), Cape Town, South Africa, May, 2010.
Number of patents filed: 0
Number of product’s innovation: 0
Number of product’s innovation service: 0
Number of projected jobs created: 0
Number of jobs maintained: 0
Number of related companies creation: 0