Torleiv Maseng

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In some areas, overlapping networks provide alternative wireless links like WLAN, GSM, 3G etc. Ideally, the user should be connected to the most attractive network any time according to predefined priorities. This is accomplished with automatic handover. The most likely commercial application of this type is designed for speech, and is using SIP to set up(More)
In this paper, we present Mist: a reliable and delay-tolerant middleware for information dissemination between highly mobile devices. Mist provides publish/subscribe with guaranteed message delivery in fully connected networks. Through emulation we show how the middleware is effective in static networks, as well as in dynamic topologies with high mobility.(More)
Scarcity of frequencies and the demand for more bandwidth is likely to increase the need for devices that utilize the available frequencies more efficiently. Radios must be able to dynamically find other users of the frequency bands and adapt so that they are not interfered, even if they use different radio protocols. As transmitters far away may cause as(More)
—In this paper we analyze power and frequency allocation in wireless networks through potential games. Potential games are used frequently in the literature for this purpose due to their desirable properties, such as convergence and stability. However, potential games usually assume massive message passing to obtain the necessary neighbor information at(More)