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RADAR: an in-building RF-based user location and tracking system
The proliferation of mobile computing devices and local-area wireless networks has fostered a growing interest in location-aware systems and services. In this paper we present RADAR, aExpand
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MAUI: making smartphones last longer with code offload
This paper presents MAUI, a system that enables fine-grained energy-aware offload of mobile code to the infrastructure. Previous approaches to these problems either relied heavily on programmerExpand
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The Case for VM-Based Cloudlets in Mobile Computing
Mobile computing continuously evolve through the sustained effort of many researchers. It seamlessly augments users' cognitive abilities via compute-intensive capabilities such as speech recognition,Expand
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A rate-adaptive MAC protocol for multi-Hop wireless networks
Wireless local area networks (W-LANs) have become increasingly popular due to the recent availability of affordable devices that are capable of communicating at high data rates. These high rates areExpand
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RADAR: An RF-Based In-Building User Location and Tracking System
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SSCH: slotted seeded channel hopping for capacity improvement in IEEE 802.11 ad-hoc wireless networks
Capacity improvement is one of the principal challenges in wireless networking. We present a link-layer protocol called Slotted Seeded Channel Hopping, or SSCH, that increases the capacity of an IEEEExpand
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A multi-radio unification protocol for IEEE 802.11 wireless networks
We present a link layer protocol called the multi-radio unification protocol or MUP. On a single node, MUP coordinates the operation of multiple wireless network cards tuned to non-overlappingExpand
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Mobility modeling, location tracking, and trajectory prediction in wireless ATM networks
Wireless ATM networks require efficient mobility management to cope with frequent mobile handoff and rerouting of connections. Although much attention has been given in the literature to networkExpand
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A case for adapting channel width in wireless networks
We study a fundamental yet under-explored facet in wireless communication -- the width of the spectrum over which transmitters spread their signals, or the channel width. Through detailedExpand
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Distributed fair scheduling in a wireless LAN
Fairness is an important issue when accessing a shared wireless channel. With fair scheduling, it is possible to allocate bandwidth in proportion to weights of the packet flows sharing the channel.Expand
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