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Algorithmique et applications pour les flottes hétérogènes multiniveaux de matériels mobiles communicants autonomes

Abstract : Unmanned vehicles are defined as autonomous entities with no operator on board. They are a part of a global system called Unmanned System which also includes elements such as a control station. These vehicles are designed to fulfil the requirements of assigned missions and can be deployed in spatial, aerial, terrestrial and maritime environments. Since a mission cannot be accomplished with a single vehicle, vehicles have to cooperate in order to achieve a global mission. However, cooperation requires communication interoperability between all vehicles. Even if previous works have standardized application protocols, it is not sufficient to ensure data delivery between all vehicles, since they have a specific mobility pattern and sometimes different network interfaces. The main goal of this thesis is to offer a seamless network, including all kinds of unmanned systems. We propose a cross layer approach in order to route and deliver data to any vehicle. In this context, each vehicle is able to transmit data to another without information on the global topology. We have developed a routing protocol, which adapts its strategy, according to the context and to the network environment. In addition, we exploit the anycast diffusion technique based on vehicles features in order to adopt an optimal routing scheme.
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Sébastien Bindel. Algorithmique et applications pour les flottes hétérogènes multiniveaux de matériels mobiles communicants autonomes. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Université de Bordeaux, 2016. Français. ⟨tel-01406703⟩



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