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The networking group of LRI is constituted of 6 faculty members and 10 non-permanent members.
The team is developing research in the field of computer networks. These works relate to:
The issues addressed by the team are related to wireless and mobile ad hoc networks, sensor networks and fixed networks, and concern quality of service, security, admission control, resource reservation, calculation of deterministic bounds and energy consumption. To address these problems, the methodology is to propose algorithmic solutions that take into account the constraints of implementation in existing and future networks. The performance analysis is given both theoretically, to determine bounds, and by simulation, to enrich the analysis and include support for a dynamic environment.
The group also offers several implementations of these solutions on real systems. The group makes benefit of many years of expertise and develops a simulation platform and a free software implementation of an ad hoc network (from physical to application layers).