Use of non-monotonic utility in multi-attribute network selection

@article{Bari2007UseON,
  title={Use of non-monotonic utility in multi-attribute network selection},
  author={Farooq Bari and Victor C. M. Leung},
  journal={2007 Wireless Telecommunications Symposium},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-8}
}
Network convergence across different access technologies holds a promise of enabling ubiquitous service availability but faces several technical challenges. With anticipated proliferation of multimode IP devices, the optimal selection of a service delivery network among multiple IP based wireless access alternatives is one of the important issues that is actively studied and discussed in several standardization forums. Use of multi attribute decision making (MADM) algorithms has been proposed… CONTINUE READING
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