18 July 2015

Special issue published: "Dynamism and Mobility Handling in Mobile and Wireless Networking"

International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing 19(3/4) 2015
  • Cross layer trigger-based handover scheme for mobile WiMAX networks
  • SPEED-3D: a geographic routing protocol for 6LoWPAN networks
  • RSSI-based localisation algorithms using spatial diversity in wireless sensor networks
  • Reliable multicast as a Bayesian coalition game for a non-stationary environment in vehicular ad hoc networks: a learning automata-based approach
  • An energy-efficient and client-centric data streaming technique on smartphones
  • Efficient authentication approach for highly dynamic vehicular ad hoc networks
  • Developing a wireless based dynamic management mechanism for intravenous drip scheduling
  • SocioCar: a transient social vehicular network
  • Spectrum sharing model for OFDMA macro-femtocell networks
  • QoE preserving resource scheduling for M2M terminals and human users in LTE networks
  • A resource management scheme and its performance analysis for integrated wireless and mobile networks with multiple traffic
  • Evaluating 3D wireless grids as parallel platforms

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