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In order to sustain connection and service in heterogeneous wireless environment, vertical handover is necessary. Now-a-days research focus is to optimize vertical handover so that optimized and application specific (QoS based) handover can be made possible. In this paper, an intelligent approach to vertical handover is proposed. The fuzzy logic based(More)
Requirements Elicitation phase in Requirements Engineering (RE) is found to be very complex and demands more attention when software development is performed on the global scale. The available approaches of requirements elicitation require vigilant application in different scenarios of GSD and may need further improvement when considering challenges of(More)
The bandwidth in wireless networks is usually shared by a number of wireless nodes. The channel capacity depends on the number of accessing nodes, time, environmental conditions and location of nodes. Due to varying channel conditions, several issues are observed in the transmission of real time multimedia. The existing research on multimedia streaming can(More)
Mobility management in heterogeneous wireless networks is always considered as a challenging task in terms of interoperability, service availability and session continuity. This research proposes a new IEEE 802.21 based multihoming architecture for vertical handover between heterogeneous wireless networks. The framework is used to optimize handover at link(More)
The deployment of distributed devices and their applications in number of fields, has motivated the research in Distributed Source Coding (DSC). The research in this field has been branched into lossless and lossy DSC. Many approaches have been devised to achieve the theoretical bound of minimum sending rate to achieve lossless coding. In this paper, an(More)
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