From mobility management to connectivity management

@article{Sun2005FromMM,
  title={From mobility management to connectivity management},
  author={Jun-Zhao Sun and Jaakko J. Sauvola},
  journal={10th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={307-312}
}
This position paper presents the trend of the research focus transition from mobility management to connectivity management, for the emerging pervasive and ubiquitous computing paradigm. Traditional perspective on mobility and QoS resource management is summarized. Scenarios of heterogeneous multi-access networks are introduced, and new requirements are analysed. Three main tasks of connectivity management are presented. First connectivity is defined as one source of context beyond networking… CONTINUE READING

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