Vertical handover supporting pervasive computing in future wireless networks

@article{Balasubramaniam2004VerticalHS,
  title={Vertical handover supporting pervasive computing in future wireless networks},
  author={Sasitharan Balasubramaniam and Jadwiga Indulska},
  journal={Computer Communications},
  year={2004},
  volume={27},
  pages={708-719}
}
A variety of current and future wired and wireless networking technologies can be transformed into seamless communication environments through application of contextbased vertical handovers. Such seamless communication environments are needed for future pervasive/ubiquitous systems. Pervasive systems are context aware and need to adapt to context changes, including network disconnections and changes in network Quality of Service. Vertical handover is one of many possible adaptation methods. It… CONTINUE READING
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