By Rajeev Shorey, A. Ananda, Mun Choon Chan, Wei Tsang Ooi
This booklet represents the simplest considering and strategies to a myriad of latest matters in instant networks. assurance contains instant LANs, multihop instant networks, and sensor networks. Readers are supplied with insightful counsel in tackling such matters as structure, protocols, modeling, research, and suggestions. The e-book additionally highlights monetary matters, marketplace tendencies, rising, state-of-the-art functions, and new paradigms, akin to middleware for RFID, clever domestic layout, and "on-demand enterprise" within the context of pervasive computing. cellular, instant, and Sensor Networks is split into 3 certain components: * fresh Advances in instant LANs and Multihop instant Networks * fresh Advances and study in Sensor Networks * Middleware, purposes, and New Paradigms In constructing this gathered paintings, the editors have emphasised targets: * assisting readers bridge the space and comprehend the connection among perform and concept * assisting readers bridge the distance and comprehend the relationships and customary hyperlinks between kinds of instant networks Chapters are written through a global crew of researchers and practitioners who're specialists and trendsetters of their fields. Contributions signify either and academia, together with IBM, nationwide college of Singapore, Panasonic, Intel, and Seoul nationwide collage. scholars, researchers, and practitioners who have to remain abreast of latest learn and reap the benefits of the newest suggestions in instant communications will locate this booklet quintessential. cellular, instant, and Sensor Networks presents a transparent feel of the place the is now, what demanding situations it faces, and the place it really is heading.
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As a result of the increase in ﬁle-sharing, local (on-campus) trafﬁc exceeded off-campus trafﬁc, a reversal of the 2001/02 situation. Residences still continued to generate the most trafﬁc, and usage remained diurnal, between our two studies. Our 2003/04 study also examined mobility. The syslog data indicated that many users ‘‘ping-ponged’’ between APs in range, and so when examining the mobility of a session, we considered the session diameter, that is, the maximum distance between any two APs visited in a session.
Balachandran, G. M. Voelker, P. Bahl, and P. Venkat Rangan, Characterizing user behavior and network performance in a public wireless LAN, Proc. Int. Conf. Measurements and Modeling of Computer Systems (SIGMETRICS), Marina Del Rey, CA, June 2002, ACM Press, pp. 195–205. 26 MEASURING WIRELESS LANs 4. M. Balazinska and P. , pp. 303–316. 5. F. Chinchilla, M. Lindsey, and M. Papadopouli, Analysis of wireless information locality and association patterns in a campus, Proc. 23rd Annual Joint Conf. IEEE Computer and Communications Societies (InfoCom), Hong Kong, March 2004, IEEE.
This suggests that caching at APs might have some beneﬁt, and they estimate that a cache at each AP would have been useful for 55% of the requests over the entire trace. Student residences were found to have the most wireless associations, and most clients were nonmobile, which may be due to students leaving their laptops connected to the WLAN in their dorms. A Markov chain was used 18 MEASURING WIRELESS LANs to develop an algorithm to predict the next AP that a user will visit; this was capable of predicting the correct AP 87% of the time over the trace.
Mobile, Wireless, and Sensor Networks: Technology, Applications, and Future Directions by Rajeev Shorey, A. Ananda, Mun Choon Chan, Wei Tsang Ooi