Xiao-Bing Guo

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In heterogeneous wireless networks, handoff can be separated into two parts: horizontal handoff (HHO) and vertical handoff (VHO). VHO plays an important role to fulfill seamless data transfer when mobile nodes cross wireless access networks with different link layer technologies. Current VHO algorithms mainly focus on when to trigger VHO, but neglect the(More)
Vertical handoff is one significant challenge for mobility management in heterogeneous wireless networks. Compared with horizontal handoff, vertical handoff involves different wireless network technologies varying widely in terms of bandwidth, delay, coverage area, power consumption, etc. In this paper, we analyze the signal strength model of mobile node(More)
Mobile IP is one of the dominating protocols that enable a mobile node to remain reachable while moving around in the Internet. However, it suffers from long handoff latency and route inefficiency. In this article, we present a novel distributed mobility management architecture, ADA (Asymmetric Double-Agents), which introduces double mobility agents to(More)
In recent years, many research works have focused on vertical handoff (VHO) decision algorithms. However, evaluation scenarios in different papers are often quite different and there is no consensus on how to evaluate performance of VHO algorithms. In this paper, we address this important issue by proposing an approach for systematic and thorough(More)
The next generation Internet is expected to consist of different wireless networks with diverse performance. Given the complementary characteristics of 3G and WLAN, the combination of 3G and WLAN can achieve anywhere, anytime Internet access and bring benefits to both end users and service providers. For this purpose, an efficient vertical handoff (VHO)(More)
The next generation wireless networking (4G) is envisioned as a convergence of different wireless access technologies with diverse levels of performance. Vertical handoff (VHO) is the basic requirement for convergence of different access technologies and has received tremendous attention from the academia and industry all over the world. During the VHO(More)
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) plays important roles in neural stem cell (NSC) growth. In this study, we investigated whether BDNF exerts its neurotrophic effects through the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway in human embryonic spinal cord NSCs (hESC-NSCs) in vitro. We found an increase in hESC-NSC growth by BDNF overexpression. Furthermore,(More)
MIPv6 is one of the dominating protocols that enable a mobile node to maintain its connectivity to the Internet when moving from one access router to another. However, it suffers from long handoff latency and routing inefficiency. In this paper, we present a novel distributed mobility management scheme, ADA (Asymmetric Double-agents Architecture), which(More)
currently, major Internet services are designed for consumer/personal usage and it tightly depends on service provider, which shows trends on monopolization. In this paper, we propose a new Internet service model, PHCMM, based on systematic and thorough summary of contents’ lifecycle. Equipped with PHCMM, we identify and analyze existing Internet(More)
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