J. Lorca

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BACKGROUND Asynchronous telehealth captures clinically important digital samples (e.g., still images, video, audio, text files) and relevant data in one location and subsequently transmits these files for interpretation at a remote site by health professionals without requiring the simultaneous presence of the patient involved and his or her health care(More)
— Mobility management in so-called heterogeneous networks (HetNets) becomes a complicated issue due to the increased complexity of inter-layer radio resource management (RRM) techniques. Frequent inter-layer reselections and handovers should be minimized when dealing with high-speed users by taking into account both user speeds and relative cell sizes. In(More)
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