Doru Todinca

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—It is generally considered that the wireless networks of the future will consist of several radio access technologies. In this context, the vertical handover (VHO) decision algorithms will increase in importance and in complexity, and the study of these algorithms becomes a hot research topics. In this work we propose a high-level OMNeT++ framework that(More)
—This article proposes an approach for including user preferences and quality of service characteristics in the selection process of services. Our approach consists of a Domain ontology for the service description vocabulary, and a trader that facilitates user-preference-based service selection, combining imperfect service matching and ranking algorithm.(More)
Nowadays Wireless Networks have an important impact in many activity domains. Due to the hardware and bandwidth limitations of these networks, resource allocation represents an important issue, being in the same time a very active research area. Considering the complexity of the wireless networks, analytical solutions are hard to be found. Hence, simulation(More)
—Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a chronic auto-immune disorder, an incurable disease affecting somebody's entire life. Yet, with proper care, a diabetic person can have a normal life and prevent complications. We believe technology could be a valuable helping tool, providing adequate decision support to diabetics. Our idea consists in realizing an intelligent(More)
—In the heterogeneous mobile networks of the future, the mobile users, equipped with multi-mode terminals, will be able to select the radio network that suits best the needs of the mobile user and of the applications running on the mobile terminal. In this work we propose a novel network selection algorithm based on fuzzy inference. Our algorithm permits a(More)