Benjamin Grap

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Rapidly changing link conditions make it difficult to accurately estimate the quality of wireless links and predict the fate of future transmissions. In particular bursty links pose a major challenge to online link estimation due to strong fluctuations in their transmission success rates at short time scales. Therefore, the prevalent approach in routing(More)
Typical scenarios in the city or on campus, show a high proliferation of wireless communication devices such as smartphones, laptops or netbooks. Wireless 802.11 networks between these devices allow for a spontaneous exchange of content or provision of services without the need for infrastructure-based services. However, the above mentioned proliferation of(More)
Current communication approaches assume network associations as a prerequisite to both content discovery and access. This network-centric paradigm incurs substantial communication and time overhead, as devices build knowledge of content availability only after blindly associating to a network. In pervasive mobile networking, this prerequisite and associated(More)
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