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Towards Always Best Connected Multi-Access: the MULTINET Approach

Qi Wang, R. Atkinson, John Dunlop
2008 2008 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference  
The EU MULTINET architecture aims at advanced policy-based multi-access support for nomadic users roaming with a personal area network.  ...  Thus, the design and evaluation of practical ABC multi-access systems are gaining increasing importance.  ...  The MNNs communicate with their CNs located in the fixed infrastructure partition for a number of tasks such as file downloading and real-time video streaming.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwcmc.2008.86 fatcat:jn4oxqpw6vdqra7g53r3uzljoq

Seamless video handoff in session mobility over the IMS network

Majdi Rawashdeh, Ahmed Karmouch
2009 2009 IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks & Workshops  
The system proposes a SIP-based Handoff Prediction Manager to determine the size of the video to be streamed to both, the Mobile Node and the Recipient Node, during the handoff time.  ...  Before walking away, he can retrieve the video stream to his mobile device for continued communication. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wowmom.2009.5282429 dblp:conf/wowmom/RawashdehK09 fatcat:aebspbbehjfbpelapiqrssqb4e

On QoS Adaptation of Multimedia Communications Using IMS

Michail Tsagkaropoulos, Ilias Politis, Tasos Dagiuklas, Stavros Kotsopoulos
2008 Proceedings of the 4th International Mobile Multimedia Communications Conference  
Keywords IMS, video streaming, seamless vertical handoff, multimedia provisioning.  ...  The performance analysis of the proposed framework demonstrates the level of adaptation as well as signaling overhead required to stress MRF in order to perform video adaptation.  ...  Video adaptation is a very common procedure in video communications when a network cannot support the application's demands for minimum available bandwidth.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.mobimedia2008.3875 dblp:conf/mobimedia/TsagkaropoulosP08 fatcat:wg6igowbkrbrvm4kpzevku3euu

Adaptive streaming on heterogeneous networks

Massimo Bernaschi, Filippo Cacace, Raffaele Clementelli, Luca Vollero
2005 Proceedings of the 1st ACM workshop on Wireless multimedia networking and performance modeling - WMuNeP '05  
In this paper we study how to integrate an efficient method for vertical handoff and adaptation support for multimedia streaming through heterogeneous networks.  ...  However, the QoS requirements of streaming applications and video conferencing systems require an approach that spans across different layers of the network stack.  ...  A key point for a successful deployment of mobility protocols is the capability of supporting streaming (such as video-on-demand) and real-time applications (such as VoIP or videoconferencing).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1089737.1089741 dblp:conf/mswim/BernaschiCCV05 fatcat:h3xc7jop5jdizde3kr5nzpzedy

The mobiware toolkit: programmable support for adaptive mobile networking

O. Angin, A.T. Campbell, M.E. Kounavis, R.R.-F. Liao
1998 IEEE personal communications  
wireless transport systems in support of new mobile services, e.g. interactive multimedia and web access.  ...  Existing mobile systems (e.g., mobile IP, mobile ATM and third generation cellular systems) lack the intrinsic architectural flexibility to deal with the complexity of supporting adaptive mobile applications  ...  We would also like to thank Laura Zhou for implementing mobiman and Mun Choon Chan (Lucent Technologies) who implemented the xbind connection management system from where the mobiware mobility agent grew  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.709367 fatcat:if6jdbwo5re6pdvvjqk76bcbp4

Mobiware: QOS-aware middleware for mobile multimedia communications [chapter]

Andrew T. Campbell
1997 High Performance Networking VII  
Next generation wireless communications system will be required to support the seamless delivery of voice, video and data with high quality.  ...  Mobiware provides value-added QOS support by allowing mobile multimedia applications to operate transparently during handoff and periods of persistent QOS fluctuation.  ...  In addition we have completed the implementation of active transport object management and support mobile filters for media selection during handoff [20] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35279-4_11 fatcat:46rjvhlsffdm3cwaro25suqenu

Programmable mobile networks

Andrew T. Campbell, Michael E. Kounavis, Raymond R.-F. Liao
1999 Computer Networks  
systems in support of new mobile services, e.g. interactive multimedia and web access.  ...  Existing mobile systems e.g., mobile IP, mobile ATM and third generation cellular systems lack the intrinsic architectural flexibility to deal with the complexity of supporting adaptive mobile applications  ...  Chan Lucent Technologies who implemented the xbind connection management system from where the mobiware mobility agent grew.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(98)00298-0 fatcat:5mn4urwqubh7vji3ecnohy4x7i

Scalable multiple description coding and distributed video streaming in 3G mobile communications

Ruobin Zheng, Weihua Zhuang, Hai Jiang
2005 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
This paper proposes a distributed multimedia delivery mobile network for video streaming in 3rd generation (3G) mobile communications.  ...  Computer simulation results demonstrate that: (1) the newly proposed IP DiffServ video marking algorithm is more suitable for video streaming in an IP mobile network as compared with the previously proposed  ...  CODING AND VIDEO STREAMING IN 3G MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS 105 Fig. 9 . 9 Proposed network model of inter-RAN handoff (data plane) in D-MDMN. 106 R. ZHENG, W. ZHUANG AND H.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcm.279 fatcat:gkbuvyzg7vgs7alls4rucrqz2y

Multicast Broadcast Services Support in OFDMA-Based WiMAX Systems [Advances in Mobile Multimedia]

Tao Jiang, Weidong Xiang, Hsiao-Hwa Chen, Qiang Ni
2007 IEEE Communications Magazine  
CONCLUSION In this article, we propose an architecture to support MBS service for a WiMAX system that is based on MBMS architecture in a 3GPP system.  ...  Enhanced end-to-end MBS architecture for mobile WiMAX. key aspects of mobility support in mobile WiMAX systems. The mobile WiMAX supports sleep and idle modes to enable power-saving MS operation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2007.4290318 fatcat:smofpltturc5rddpu7tyxb25dm

QOS-aware Middleware for Mobile Multimedia Communications [chapter]

Andrew T. Campbell
1998 Multimedia Information Systems  
Next generation wireless communications system will be required to support the seamless delivery of voice, video and data with high quality.  ...  Mobiware provides value-added QOS support by allowing mobile multimedia applications to operate transparently during handoff and periods of persistent QOS fluctuation.  ...  In addition, we have completed the implementation of active transport object management and support mobile filters for media selection during handoff [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-585-33820-0_3 fatcat:osnrus3jsbdslitvdnehyx3wn4

Hand-around on Seamless Services and Mobility in Home Networking [chapter]

Pei-Yuan Qiu, Min-Shu Hung, Jen-yi Pan, Kuo-Pao Fan, Jui-Wen Chen
2008 Home Networking  
In the age of technology, most of the network services originally run on large scale and base on complicated systems.  ...  Besides, it's a pure layer-3 mechanism and hence could more easily apply on and adapt to home services without massively changing the operational flow and system hierarchy, especially suited for services  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported partially by National Science Council of Republic of China under Grants NSC: 96-2219-E-194-008.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-77216-5_21 dblp:conf/ifip6-2/QiuHPFC07 fatcat:frybowmwhjadxg3smyzcgsvqwm

Improving video-on-demand performance by multi-channel/multicast approach in cellular networks

Reza Shokri Kalan
2017 2017 IEEE International Black Sea Conference on Communications and Networking (BlackSeaCom)  
Video on-demand streaming has been applied in wired networks with success.  ...  In this manner clients can download video from suitable neighbors. There are two ways for accessing a video stream: (a) over wired networks, (b) over wireless networks.  ...  for video on demand batching client request in the server through multicasting VoD streaming system in hybrid wireless mobile peer-to-peer networks Proxy Server A VoD system includes several servers  ... 
doi:10.1109/blackseacom.2017.8277684 dblp:conf/blackseecom/Kalan17 fatcat:vuufe3s6dzaafoawtx2aptytqu

Agent-based middleware to access multimedia services in a Grid environment

D. Bruneo, A. Zaia, A. Puliafito
2005 Multiagent and Grid Systems  
The management of advanced services such as the multimedia streaming involves several operations like QoS management, location and context awareness, tailoring, load balancing, power saving and so on.  ...  The overall middleware is distributed on the areas involved in wireless service provisioning (Wireless Network, Wired Network, Access Points) and has been implemented by using the mobile agent paradigm  ...  Two solutions are possible for the mobility management. The first one is based on positioning techniques, such as Global Positioning System (GPS).  ... 
doi:10.3233/mgs-2005-1105 fatcat:u6zd6k2odrdr3mie4gttaenef4

4G Wireless Communication Technologies: Introspection

D.D.Ahirrao, B.R.Patil
2015 Zenodo  
4G wireless communication technology is fully IP ba sed packet switched communication network which pro vides high speed internet access at anytime,anywhere and anyhow wit h seamless mobility to end-user  ...  It provides 100Mbps and 1Gbps data rate respectively,in outdoor and i ndoor environment with high quality of service,high degree of securi ty,affordable cost and one billing.  ...  systems (3G). 3G systems refer to the developing technology standards for the next generation of mobile communications systems.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1473915 fatcat:huyceyyxl5dztcevpxsetptbdq

Vertical Mobility Management Architectures in Wireless Networks: A Comprehensive Survey and Future Directions

Stenio Fernandes, Ahmed Karmouch
2012 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
In this paper, we present a comprehensive review of the literature on mobility management architectures for seamless handover of mobile users in heterogeneous networks.  ...  We then present a new architecture called Context-Aware Mobility Management System (CAMMS).  ...  Based on her context and preferences, her mobile node makes a handoff to the cheaper wireless operator, while keeping the QoS of the current streaming video. 2) Scene 2 (WiMAX-WiFi): Victor is on a bus  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2011.082010.00099 fatcat:rljakmudjjartnynbgtsjdm4lm
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