Saumyendra Sengupta

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In the future, we can expect to see more dynamic service offerings and profiles, as users move from long-term service provider agreements to more opportunistic service models. Moreover, when the radio spectrum is itself traded in a market- based scenario, wireless service providers (WSPs) will likely require new strategies to deploy services, define service(More)
Most resource allocation decisions in converged multi-service networks are presently driven by QoS parameters and service level agreements. Network operators are realizing that such policy decisions ought to be based on quality of experience (QoE), which is a better measure of subjective video perception. Video QoE has two components: (a) zapping and (b)(More)
Nowadays, wireless service providers are using a mix of access technologies to cater to the wide variety of services having varied QoS requirements. Users, on the other hand, use multi-mode terminals to connect to the networks that are operated by competing service providers. In near-future, users will select the providers on a session-by-session basis(More)
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