A Qos Adaptive Mobility Prediction Scheme for Wireless Networks

  title={A Qos Adaptive Mobility Prediction Scheme for Wireless Networks},
  author={Jonathan Chan and Sheng Zhou and Aruna Seneviratne},
Mobilit y prediction based on an individual’s movement history has been reported as an effective means to decrease call -dropping probabilit y and to shorten handover latency. Applying various basic prediction schemes to a realistic off ice environment, it is shown that mobilit y prediction using an individual’s movement history has limitations, and the statistical randomness of user motion can prevent accurate prediction performance. In this paper, we propose a QoS Adaptive Mobilit y… CONTINUE READING
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