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Priority-Based Dynamic Intent Assignment Method in Wi-Fi Direct Environments
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 Title & Authors
Priority-Based Dynamic Intent Assignment Method in Wi-Fi Direct Environments
Lee, Jae-ho;
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 Abstract
Wi-Fi Direct standard technology(Wi-Fi Peer to Peer Technical Specifications v1.2, 2010) was designed for allowing peer to peer communication between two or more devices and various products which have been currently manufactured such as smart phone and smart TV have already provided this technical function. In this technology the role of Coordinator in Wi-Fi infrastructure would be matched to GO(Group Owner) which needs relatively high energy resource and computation power due to the high probability for allowing 3rd-party connection, however, the current standard specification would be limited in terms of energy distribution because it has not included a process to determine the role of GO. To address above problem, this paper classified considerable parameters into the general parameters for the physicality of devices and the specific parameters for considering the role position depending on use-case scenario, and proposed a new method called DIVA to help efficiently determining GO role from the member devices of Wi-Fi Direct network. Furthermore the effect of this mechanism was proved via simulation-based experiments.
 Keywords
Wi-Fi Direct;Wi-Fi P2P;Dynamic Intent;Home Network;Group Owner;
 Language
Korean
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