A conceptual framework for network and client adaptation

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Modern networks are extremely complex, varying both statically and dynamically. This complexity and dynamism are greatly increased when the network contains mobile elements. A number of researchers have proposed solutions to these problems based on dynamic adaptation to changing network conditions and application requirements. This paper summarizes the… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1019168830964

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@article{Badrinath2000ACF, title={A conceptual framework for network and client adaptation}, author={B. R. Badrinath and Armando Fox and Leonard Kleinrock and Gerald J. Popek and Peter L. Reiher and Mahadev Satyanarayanan}, journal={MONET}, year={2000}, volume={5}, pages={221-231} }