Project Summary HSAP / URAP Research: Traffic Analysis Models for Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks The PI is current leading the ARO project Traffic Analysis Models for Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. This project is a three-year project initiated in 2011. In this project, we provide a brief description and the current research and development status of this project, and then we highlight the procedure to involve high school and undergraduate students in this research. In this project, we propose the design and implementation projects to involve high school and undergraduate students in our current ARO project. The technical developments that will be performed by students will be presented as follows: We propose a procedural traffic analysis architecture, which is inspired by evidence theory-based modeling techniques including three phases: evidence collection, processing, and evaluation. These three phases will be implemented as a software package that include the following four developments and study issues: 1. Construct the communication model: 2. Raw traffic data processing model: 3. Generate the communication relation matrix: 4. Measure communication relations: This proposed project will sponsor two students: one high-school student will be recruited from local high schools in Phoenix area, and one undergraduate student recruited from the school of Computing Informatics Decision Systems Engineering (CIDSE) at ASU. Each student will be assigned one technical development according to his/her technical background described in the previous section. Students effort for this project will be designed to accommodate each students academic study load. Additionally, the project will confirm that the apprentices work hours comply with all applicable federal and state child labor laws. The grantees will be provided university space and resources (such as office supplies and computers) to perform the scheduled tasks. The total period of performance will not exceed 12 months.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/11 → 6/30/15|
- DOD-ARMY-ARL: Army Research Office (ARO): $165,960.00
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