Boavida, F., Monteiro, E., Mascolo, S., Koucheryavy, Y. (Eds.)
2007, XIV, 382 p. Also available online.
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications, WWIC 2007, held in Coimbra, Portugal in May 2007.
The 32 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 257 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sessions on transport layer issues, handover and QoS, traffic engineering, audio/video over IP, IEEE 802.11 WLANs, sensor networks, protocols for ad-hoc and mesh networks, as well as OFDM systems.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Audio - IEEE 80 - Internet - OFDM - QoS - Quality of Service - Quality of Service (QoS) - Session - Video - WLAN - communication
Transport Layer Issues.- TCP Contention Control: A Cross Layer Approach to Improve TCP Performance in Multihop Ad Hoc Networks.- Providing Relative Service Differentiation to TCP Flows over Split-TCP Geostationary Bandwidth on Demand Satellite Networks.- An Analytical Comparison of the Slow-but-Steady and Impatient Variants of TCP New Reno.- SCTP Performance Issue on Path Delay Differential.- Handover and QoS.- Handover for Seamless Stream Media in Mobile IPv6 Network.- A Secure Handover Protocol Design in Wireless Networks with Formal Verification.- Seamless Handover for Multi-user Sessions with QoS and Connectivity Support.- QoS and Authentication Experiences in a Residential Environment Within a Broadband Access Framework.- QoS and Traffic Engineering.- Security and Service Quality Analysis for Cluster-Based Wireless Sensor Networks.- Admission Control for Inter-domain Real-Time Traffic Originating from Differentiated Services Stub Domains.- Fault Tolerant Scalable Support for Network Portability and Traffic Engineering.- Class-Based OSPF Traffic Engineering Inspired on Evolutionary Computation.- Audio/Video over IP.- An Experimental Investigation of the Congestion Control Used by Skype VoIP.- A Quality Adaptation Scheme for Internet Video Streams.- Performance Analysis of VoIP over HSDPA in a Multi-cell Environment.- Feasibility of Supporting Real-Time Traffic in DiffServ Architecture.- IEEE 802.11 WLANs.- Multi-rate Relaying for Performance Improvement in IEEE 802.11 WLANs.- Performance Analysis of IEEE 802.11b Under Multiple IEEE 802.15.4 Interferences.- Characterization of Service Times Burstiness of IEEE 802.11 DCF.- ID-Based Multiple Space Key Pre-distribution Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Sensor Networks and Location-Aware Systems.- Distributed Event Localization and Tracking with Wireless Sensors.- Cross-Layer Distributed Diversity for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks.- Location-Aware Signaling Protocol for WWAN and WLAN Interworking.- Performance Evaluation of Non-persistent CSMA as Anti-collision Protocol for Active RFID Tags.- Protocols for Ad Hoc and Mesh Networks.- Multicast Overlay Spanning Tree Protocol for Ad Hoc Networks.- Detection of Packet Forwarding Misbehavior in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks.- Reliable Geographical Multicast Routing in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks.- A Flexible Tree-Based Routing Protocol with a Mesh Relaying Node in Multi-hop Wireless Mesh Networks.- Efficient Spectrum Use.- An Interference-Robust Transmission Method for OFDMA Uplink.- An Efficient Heterogeneous Wireless Access Based on Region and Time Partitioning in D-TDD OFDM Systems.- Cognitive Radio Based Bandwidth Sharing Among Heterogeneous OFDM Access Systems.- CDMA Power Control Using Channel Prediction in Mobile Fading Channels.