Julien Rotrou

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The evolution of a fully “Always Best Connected” ABC enabled ‘fourth generation wireless world’, 4GWW, paradigm is addressed in this paper. It addresses the subjective and objective nature of the ABC concept from the viewpoints of the various wireless network ‘players’. ABC definitions corresponding to users’ viewpoints are considered primary and given(More)
Wireless mesh networks are an appropriate solution for broadband home networks in order to establish a ubiquitous environment. One of the main challenges in ubiquitous networks is context-awareness and personalized service discovery. Many service discovery protocols have been proposed in the literature. The most significant is the Universal Plug and Play(More)
Wireless local-area networks (WLANs) based on the IEEE 802.11 technology have been widely adopted for private use over the past few years. However, several issues remain concerns for large-scale deployment in corporate environments. Enforcing security and quality-of-service (QoS) has become a fundamental challenge to managing IEEE 802.11-based enterprise(More)
Internet access everywhere has become a reality today, largely thanks to the deployment of numerous WiFi hotspots. However, controlling user access to the network remains a challenge because of the need for specific hardware and the lack of software standards. Using the OpenFlow protocol, we provide a new extensible way of designing and managing guest(More)
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