Self-Organization as a Supporting Paradigm for Military UAV Relay Networks


The fashionable battlefield scenario presents a range of challenges that highlights the importance of information gathering and info flow as crucial to the success of a military operation. During this context, network-centric warfare systems play an important role to bridge the gap between information and information sources and consumers. These systems are typically composed of different types of networks both deployed on the sphere and on back-end facilities. A paramount problem faced when conceiving the interconnection between the networked devices is how to produce strong and dependable connections to the devices on the sphere. This work tackles this issue proposing the employment of the self-organizing paradigm to design economical UAV relay networks to support military operations. As a symbol of concept, realistic simulation experiments are performed providing clear indications of the claimed edges of the self-organizing paradigm applied to those military systems.

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