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Wired/Wireless Internet Communications

8th International Conference, WWIC 2010, Lulea, Sweden, June 1-3, 2010. Proceedings

Osipov, E., Kassler, A., Bohnert, Th.M., Masip-Bruin, X. (Eds.)

2010, X, 400p. 198 illus..

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Beginning with the first event in 2002, the International Conference on Wired/ Wireless Internet Communications (WWIC) has continuously been established as a highly selective conference focusing on integration and co-existence of rapidly dev- oping wireless network technologies and their applications related to the Internet. To do so WWIC provides an international forum for presenting and discussing cutti- edge research in this domain, and the 8th edition of WWIC, held at Luleå University in June 2010, continued this tradition. The WWIC 2010 call for papers attracted 45 submissions from more than 25 countries and each contribution was subject to thorough peer review by recognized int- national experts that acted as members of the Technical Program Committee. The selection process resulted in 16 accepted papers, which were thematically grouped into 5 technical sessions. The major themes of WWIC 2010 were cooperation, management of multimedia traffic, advancing IEEE 802.11, cognitive optimization, mesh and multi-hop networks, security, signaling, control, and wireless sensor networks.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Flooding - IEEE 802.11 - Overlay - Peer - Personal Area Network - Quality of Experience (QoE) - Routing - Unicast - WiMAX - Wireless Personal Area Network - dynamic programming - heterogenous networks - network services - peer-to-peer - performance evaluation

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Information Systems and Applications - Security and Cryptology - Software Engineering

Table of contents 

Cooperation and Multimedia Traffic Management in WN.- Unicast versus Multicast for Live TV Delivery in Networks with Tree Topology.- Dual Mobile-IP Tunnels for Video Stream Splitting and Merging in Wireless Handoffs.- Distributed Cooperation and Diversity for Hybrid Wireless Networks.- Advances to IEEE 802.11.- A Multi-hop Aware Weighted Scheduling Mechanism for HSDPA and IEEE 802.11 Integrated Network.- Enhanced Mobility Support for Roaming Users: Extending the IEEE 802.21 Information Service.- Error-Sensitive Adaptive Frame Aggregation in 802.11n WLAN.- Routing and Performance Optimization.- SHORT: A Static-Hybrid Approach for Routing Real Time Applications over Multichannel, Multihop Wireless Networks.- Multiuser Scheduling via Dynamic Optimization.- Scalable Packet Loss Recovery for Mobile P2P Streaming.- Cognitive Multihop Networks-I.- Aggressive Joint Access and Backhaul Design for Distributed-Cognition 1Gbps/km2 System Architecture.- Learning-Based Spectrum Selection in Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks.- Cognitive Multihop Networks-II.- Frequency Agility in IPv6-Based Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPAN).- Competitive Unlicensed Spectrum Sharing with Partial Information on Slow Fading Channels.- Structure of Service Areas in Wireless Communication Networks.- Security, Control and Signaling.- Quality of Experience Enforcement in Wireless Networks.- Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection Algorithms for Wireless Networks.- A Stable Linked Structure Flooding for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks with Fault Recovery.- QoE Trends in Networking.- Techniques for Measuring Quality of Experience.- Fair Quality of Experience (QoE) Measurements Related with Networking Technologies.- QoE-Oriented Performance Evaluation of Video Streaming over WiMAX.- An Overview of Quality of Experience Measurement Challenges for Video Applications in IP Networks.- QoE Model Driven for Network Services.- Monitoring and Measurements Systems.- Multivariate Fairly Normal Traffic Model for Aggregate Load in Large-Scale Data Networks.- Live Traffic Monitoring with Tstat: Capabilities and Experiences.- Integrated Measurement and Analysis of Peer-to-Peer Traffic.- An Experimental Evaluation of Packet-Level Measurements of Hidden Traffic Load.- 0day Anomaly Detection Made Possible Thanks to Machine Learning.- A Comparative Analysis of the Perceived Quality of VoIP under Various Wireless Network Conditions.- Wireless Sensor Networks.- Optimization of Service Discovery in Wireless Sensor Networks.- ILA: Idle Listening Avoidance in Scheduled Wireless Sensor Networks.- An Efficient Authenticated-Encryption with Associated-Data Block Cipher Mode for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Secure Overlays: Making Static Key Distribution Schemes Work with Mobile Base Stations in WSNs.

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