Mobility and Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: User Approach and Implementation

  title={Mobility and Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: User Approach and Implementation},
  author={Cristian Roman and Ruizhi Liao and P. Ball and S. Ou},
  journal={Netw. Protoc. Algorithms},
The Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) wireless infrastructure needs to support various safety and non-safety services for both autonomous and non-autonomous vehicles. The existing wireless infrastructures can already be used for communicating with different mobile entities at various monetary costs. A packet scheduler, included in a shim layer between the network layer and the medium access (MAC) layer, which is able to schedule packets between uncoordinated Radio Access Technologies ( RATs… Expand
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