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This paper presents a comparative analysis on the signaling cost functions of Mobile IP (MIP) with different paging protocols and schemes and investigates constructing optimal paging areas using discrete system model as a mobility model. In wireless mobile Internet, mobile users often visit foreign networks that might be far away from their home networks(More)
Recent research works have attempted to improve the efficiency of Mobile IP by extending it with a layer 3 paging mechanism so-called IP paging. The employment of adaptability in some manner to user parameters in order to enhance the efficiency of IP paging schemes is probably a promising approach. In this paper, we present an analysis on the effect of both(More)
One of the well known methods to improve performance in a queueing system is implementing coordination policies that balance the load among servers. However, in decentralized queueing systems where each service agent can decide whether to participate in the coordination mechanism or not, a sustainable policy has to not only benefit the system, but also be(More)
SUMMARY One of the remaining issues of Mobile IP is a mobile host (MH) needs to update its location each time it moves from one subnet to another, even when it is in dormant mode while roaming. This practice is apparently not efficient in terms of location update cost and power consumption. Recent research works have attempted to address that problem by(More)
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