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2008 14th European Wireless Conference
Next generation wireless networks will encompass a wide range of heterogeneous technologies in the radio access part. In such networks, the all-IP paradigm has been identified as a promising solution that will contribute benefits by providing IPbased transport through the radio and core network parts. However, this concept requires a precise management of the user's mobility, especially in order to preserve user's Quality of Service (QoS) throughout the session's lifetime. The aim of this paperdoi:10.1109/ew.2008.4623860 fatcat:l3cxpi7yhnbzzgig55v6h4k3zu