Sabrina Müller

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The handover from WiFi to mobile networks is known to lead to TCP connection drops due to changing IP addresses. Multipath TCP (MPTCP), a recent TCP extension, enables a transparent mobile handover by combining subflows on multiple interfaces, such as WiFi and LTE, to one logical connection. MPTCP provides multiple handover modes, which differ in their(More)
Content caching in small base stations or wireless infostations is considered to be a suitable approach to improve the efficiency in wireless content delivery. Placing the optimal content into local caches is crucial due to storage limitations, but it requires knowledge about the content popularity distribution, which is often not available in advance.(More)
—Computation offloading is an upcoming approach to increase battery life of mobile devices overburdened by resource-consuming applications. In multi-hop networks, computation offloading poses new challenges since intermediate devices are required to relay tasks of others along the path to the server. The decision of a device about whether to offload or not(More)
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