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User Mobility prediction represents a key component in assisting handoff management, resource reservation, and service preconfiguration. However, most of the existing approaches presume that the user travels in an a priori known pattern with some regularity; an assumption that may not always hold. This paper presents a novel framework for user mobility(More)
—This paper presents a novel paradigm to approach the issue of autonomous policy-based management of wired/wire-less differentiated communication systems. In contrast to existing management approaches which require static a priori policy configurations, policies are created dynamically. The proposed framework addresses the management issue from a new(More)
  • Nancy Samaan
  • 2014
This paper presents a novel economic model to regulate capacity sharing in a federation of hybrid cloud providers (CPs). The proposed work models the interactions among the CPs as a repeated game among selfish players that aim at maximizing their profit by selling their unused capacity in the spot market but are uncertain of future workload fluctuations.(More)
This paper investigates the efficiency of diagnosing network anomalies using concepts of statistical analysis and evidential reasoning. A bi-cycle of auto-regression is first applied to model increments in the values of network monitoring variables to accurately detect network anomalies. To classify the rootcause of the detected anomalies, concepts of(More)
This paper describes a novel approach for an advanced reservation protocol, MQoS-NSLP, to provide seamless real-time services to mobile users in wireless integrated services networks. The robustness of the proposed work is the result of a two-fold contribution. The first is the utilization of knowledge about user preferences, goals, and analyzed spatial(More)