About the book
One of the significant issues in next-generation networks is the effective usage of the bandwidth, which can be upgraded by providing portability of clients and the impedance impact among neighboring connections. To accomplish this, the utilization of effective routing methods must be used to improve the performance of networks. The use of bandwidth needs to be made carefully in next-generation networks while the processing vertical handoffs. The routers are aware of the compactness of the client nodes that give the fundamental fixing required for developing transmission capacity productive and adaptable systems to bolster the expanding interest for portable remote access to the wide-area networks.
However, despite the positive outlook and trends in routing protocol design, there are still several open or unresolved challenges that researchers are still grappling with. Providing adequate responses to those challenges is essential for next-generation networks in order to maintain its reputation and sustain its preponderance in cyber and physical security. Some of the challenges include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Robustness and reliability of routing protocol
• Reduced dependencies on heterogeneous networks
• Security of routing protocols
• Dynamic Adhoc routing Protocols
• Routing in 5G Networks
• Routing IoT enabled networks
• Scalable and dependable routing system architectures
• QoS and QoE Models and Routing Architectures
• Context-Aware Services and Models
• Routing Mobile Edge Computing
The goal of the book is to present the state of the art in routing protocol and report on new approaches, methods, findings, and technologies developed or being developed by the research community and the industry to address the aforementioned challenges.
The book will focus on introducing fundamental principles and concepts of key enabling technologies for routing protocol applied for next-generation networks, disseminate recent research and development efforts in this fascinating area, investigate related trends and challenges, and present case studies and examples.
The book also investigates the advances and future in research and development in Routing Protocols in the context of new generation communication networks.