6TiSCH Autonomous Scheduling Function (ASF)
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|Authors||Simon Duquennoy , Xavier Vilajosana , Thomas Watteyne|
|Last updated||2018-01-04 (Latest revision 2017-07-03)|
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This document defines a Scheduling Function called "ASF": the 6TiSCH Autoonomous Scheduling Function. With ASF, nodes maintain their TSCH schedule based on local neighborhood knowledge, without any signaling. Hashes of the nodes' MAC address are used to deterministically derive the [slotOffset,channelOffset] location of cells in the TSCH schedule. The MAC, control, and application traffic planes are assigned to distinct slotframes, for isolation and flexible dimensioning. This approach provides over-provisioned schedules with low maintenance, in pursuit for simplicity rather than optimality.
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