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COMCOM
2008
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8 years 8 months ago
A game-theoretic analysis of wireless access point selection by mobile users
A user located in a congested area of a wireless LAN may benefit by moving to a less-crowded area and using a less-loaded access point. This idea has gained attention from research...
Kimaya Mittal, Elizabeth M. Belding, Subhash Suri
PERCOM
2015
ACM
3 years 4 months ago
Heterogeneous access network(s) selection in multi-interface radio devices
—The advent of multi-interface smart radio devices brings the flexibility of simultaneous access to multiple heterogeneous access networks for making a significant improvement ...
Deepak K. Tosh, Shamik Sengupta
PUC
2007
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8 years 7 months ago
Periodic properties of user mobility and access-point popularity
Understanding user mobility and its effect on access points (APs) is important in designing location-aware systems and wireless networks. Although various studies of wireless netwo...
Minkyong Kim, David Kotz
MOBIHOC
2006
ACM
9 years 7 months ago
Modeling steady-state and transient behaviors of user mobility: : formulation, analysis, and application
Recent studies on mobility modeling have focused on characterizing user mobility from real traces of wireless LANs (WLANs) and creating mobility models based on such characterizat...
Jong-Kwon Lee, Jennifer C. Hou
WMASH
2005
ACM
9 years 1 months ago
A multimedia guidebook implementation using a bluetooth wireless information point network
This paper describes the implementation of a Bluetooth Village Guide Book (VGB) scenario for use in the Kelvin Grove Urban Village located in Brisbane, Australia. An Information P...
Matthew D'Souza, Adam Postula, Neil Bergmann, Mont...
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