Muhammad Ali Malik

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The extension of Internet services to public transport passengers is slowly becoming inevitable. To this end, it is envisaged that high-speed local area networks will be deployed on-board public transport vehicles (e.g., buses, trains, ships and planes). The on-board LAN will be connected to the Internet via an on-board mobile router (MR). The passengers(More)
— On board IP networks are an effective mean to provide uninterrupted Internet access to public transport passengers. Such networks require optimal resource allocation due to the scarcity and high cost of network resources. The parallelized file transfer protocol (P-FTP) is a novel network resource aware parallel technique for improving file transfer(More)
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