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HAWAII: a domain-based approach for supporting mobility in wide-area wireless networks
Mobile IP is the current standard for supporting macromobility of mobile hosts. However, in the case of micromobility support, there are several competing proposals. In this paper, we present theExpand
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Nericell: rich monitoring of road and traffic conditions using mobile smartphones
We consider the problem of monitoring road and traffic conditions in a city. Prior work in this area has required the deployment of dedicated sensors on vehicles and/or on the roadside, or theExpand
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UCAN: a unified cellular and ad-hoc network architecture
In third-generation (3G) wireless data networks, mobile users experiencing poor channel quality usually have low data-rate connections with the base-station. Providing service to low data-rate usersExpand
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Understanding TCP fairness over wireless LAN
As local area wireless networks based on the IEEE 802.11 standard see increasing public deployment, it is important to ensure that access to the network by different users remains fair. WhileExpand
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Adaptive playout mechanisms for packetized audio applications in wide-area networks
Recent interest in supporting packet-audio applications over wide area networks has been fueled by the availability of low-cost, toll-quality workstation audio and the demonstration that limitedExpand
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On optimal call admission control in cellular networks
Two important quality-of-service (QoS) measures for current cellular networks are the fractions of new and handoff "calls" that are blocked due to unavailability of "channels" (radio and/or computingExpand
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PRISM: platform for remote sensing using smartphones
To realize the potential of opportunistic and participatory sensing using mobile smartphones, a key challenge is ensuring the ease of developing and deploying such applications, without the need forExpand
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EndRE: An End-System Redundancy Elimination Service for Enterprises
In many enterprises today, WAN optimizers are being deployed in order to eliminate redundancy in network traffic and reduce WAN access costs. In this paper, we present the design and implementationExpand
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Bartendr: a practical approach to energy-aware cellular data scheduling
Cellular radios consume more power and suffer reduced data rate when the signal is weak. According to our measurements, the communication energy per bit can be as much as 6x higher when the signal isExpand
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Generalized Proportional Fair Scheduling in Third Generation Wireless Data Networks
In 3G data networks, network operators would like to balance system throughput while serving users in a fair manner. This is achieved using the notion of proportional fairness. However, so far,Expand
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