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Existing mobile systems (e.g., mobile IP, mobile ATM and third generation cellular systems) lack the intrinsic architectural flexibility to deal with the complexity of supporting adaptive mobile applications in wireless and mobile environments. We believe that there is a need to develop alternative network architectures from the existing ones to deal with(More)
We present the design, implementation and evaluation of an open programmable mobile network based on distributed object technology called mobiware that dynamically exploits the intrinsic scalable properties of adaptive mobile applications. While a number of adaptive mobile systems have been proposed in the literature few experimental systems exist today to(More)
We present the design, implementation and evaluation of an open programmable mobile network based on distributed object technology called mobiware that dynamically exploits the intrinsic scalable properties of adaptive mobile applications. There is growing consensus that adaptive techniques present a viable approach to countering time varying quality of(More)
This paper presents a summary of the fifth International Workshop on Quality of Service (IWQOS) which was held at Columbia University in May 1997. The goal of this three-day meeting was to foster interaction between researchers active in the area of Quality of Service (QOS) research, to reflect on past experiences and lessons learnt, and to discuss future(More)
This paper presents a summary of the fifth International Workshop on Quality of Service (IWQOS) which was held at Columbia University in May 1997. The goal of this three-day meeting was to foster interaction between researchers active in the area of Quality of Service(QOS) research, to reflect on past experiences and lessons learnt, and to discuss future(More)
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