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A Smart DTMC-based Handover Scheme Using Vehicle's Mobility Behavior Profile
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A Smart DTMC-based Handover Scheme Using Vehicle's Mobility Behavior Profile
Han, Sang-Hyuck; Kim, Hyun-Woo; Choi, Yong-Hoon; Park, Su-Won; Rhee, Seung-Hyuong;
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 Abstract
For improvement of wireless Internet service quality at vehicle's moving speed, it is advised to reduce the service disruption time by reducing the handover frequency on vehicle's moving path. Particularly, it is advantageous to avoid the handover to cell whose dwell time is short or can be ignored in terms of service continuity and average throughput. This paper proposes the handover scheme that is suitable for vehicle in order to improve the wireless Internet service quality. In the proposed scheme, the handover process continues to be learned before being modeled to Discrete-Time Markov Chain (DTMC). This modeling reduces the handover frequency by preventing the handover to cell that could provide service sufficiently to passenger even when vehicle passed through the cell but there was no need to perform handover. In order to verify the proposed scheme, we observed the average number of handovers, the average RSSI and the average throughput on various moving paths that vehicle moved in the given urban environment. The experiment results confirmed that the proposed scheme was able to provide the improved wireless Internet service to vehicle that moved to some degree of consistency.
 Keywords
Handover Mechanism;Mobile Behavior Profile;Moving Pattern;Vehicular Environment;DTMC;
 Language
Korean
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