Chenghui Peng

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Future 5G wireless networks will face new challenges, including increasing demand on network capacity to support a large number of devices running applications requiring high data rates and always-on connectivity; immensely diverse service requirements and characteristics; and supporting the emerging business models in the wireless network market requiring(More)
Host multi-homing and mobility in the Internet have become a trend due to the widespread wireless services and broad access methods. Meanwhile, with more and more devices join in the Internet, it will be common that one user has multiple devices online. So users will also desire to be multi-homed and mobile across not only addresses but also devices. To(More)
In this paper, we present a new transport protocol TSMP, which seeks to support data transfer for the emerging usage paradigm of ”single user, multiple devices” in a TCP compatible manner. Through its novel naming and proxy-based designs, TSMP is able to retain the current client and server protocol operations of the legacy TCP protocol and TCP-based(More)
This paper discusses a resource management abstraction framework which involves the clustering of densely deployed access points and the selection of access nodes to act as cluster schedulers based on the RAN characteristics, the resource situation and the network slice requirements. To this end, the adaptive placement of Radio Resource Management (RRM)(More)
As it becomes a common need to support mobility in the Internet, there is a growing trend towards providing a general mobility management function in the protocol stack by resolving identifiers of mobile nodes to their locations. However, current mechanisms have drawbacks in both performance and functionality, especially when they are partially deployed. In(More)
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