Latency-Aware Information Access with User-Directed Fetch Behaviour for Weakly-Connected Mobile Wireless Clients

@inproceedings{Sterbenz2002LatencyAwareIA,
  title={Latency-Aware Information Access with User-Directed Fetch Behaviour for Weakly-Connected Mobile Wireless Clients},
  author={James P. G. Sterbenz and Tushar Saxena and Rajesh Krishnan},
  year={2002}
}
Mobile wireless clients have highly variable network connectivity and available bandwidth. There are times when they may be completely disconnected from the larger Internet. This dynamism of connectivity poses unique constraints for the problem of information access in general, and Web access in particular. These and other factors (such as loaded servers and congested networks) contribute to unpredictably high response times in content retrieval. We examine the problem of improving the utility… CONTINUE READING

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