Ianire Taboada

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User’s requirements have become a key factor for any Quality of Service (QoS) management model to succeed. The advent and rise of new broadband services and network architectures (Triple-Play-Services, NGN...) depends on the ability of providers to achieve user’s expectations in these scenarios. For that reason, the overall end user’s perception (Quality of(More)
This article presents a novel architecture for optimizing HTTP-based multimedia delivery in multi-user mobile networks. This proposal combines the usual client-driven dynamic adaptation scheme DASH-3GPP with network-assisted adaptation capabilities, in order to maximize the overall quality of experience. The foundation of this combined adaptation scheme is(More)
Abstract—In this paper we study how to design an opportunistic scheduler when flow sizes have a general service time distribution with the objective of minimizing the expected holding cost. We allow the channel condition to have two states which in particular covers the important special case of ON/OFF channels. We formulate the problem as a multi-armed(More)
The Cloud Enabled Small Cell (CESC) concept proposed in EU funded project SESAME has emerged as a promising solution to form a multi-tenant, multi-service architecture at the network edge according to 5G needs. It allows several operators/service providers to engage in a sharing model of both radio access capacity and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)(More)