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Resource Allocation in Next Generation Wireless Networks, Volume 5
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Editors: Wei Li (Univ. of Toledo) and Yi Pan (Georgia State Univ.)
Book Description:
Next generation wireless and mobile communication systems are rapidly evolving to satisfy the demands of various network users. Due to the great success and enormous impact of IP networks, high-speed transmission is now possible for both indoor and outdoor wireless systems, internet access and web browsing have become the ruling paradigm for next generation system. It is envisioned that new generation wireless networks and hand-held terminals will support a wide variety of multimedia services such as multimedia web browsing, video and news on demand, mobile office system, stock market information, and so on, to mobile users anywhere, anytime in an uninterrupted and seamless way with low-powered handsets. The characteristics of wireless links, as well as the desire to maintain connectivity while on the move, offer significant challenges
to provisioning quality of service and the related performance is of central interest. Since the resources (such as time, frequency and code) in the wireless segments of such networks are very limited, over-dimensioning the network resource is equivalent to poor capital investment, while congestion at busy hours could mean lost calls and lost revenues. It is therefore critical for wireless network designers to utilize these resources efficiently and effectively. In response to the above demand for next generation wireless and mobile communication systems, this book aims at providing a timely and concise reference of the current activities and findings in the relevant technical fields. The primary goal is to address the key technical issues pertaining to the integrated new systems and present novel technical contributions.
This book contains 14 invited chapters from prominent researchers working in this area around the world

Table of Contents:
Preface
Wei Li and Yi Pan

Chapter 1: A Decision-Theoretic Approach to Resource Allocation in Wireless Multimedia Networks, pp.1-23;
(Z. Haas, J. Y. Halpern, L.Li, and S.B. Wicker.)

Chapter 2: Bandwidth Allocation for Adaptive Multimedia in Wireless Cellular Networks, pp.25-42;
(F. Yu, V. Wong and V. Leung)

Chapter 3: QoS-Oriented Resource Allocation in IP-Based CDMA Wireless Cellular Networks,3-66;
(H. Jiang, W. Zhuang, and X. Shen)

Chapter 4: Adaptive Dynamic Capacity Borrowing in Road-Covering Mobile Networks,pp.67-87;
(A. Ule and R.J. Boucherie)

Chapter 5: Optimal Resource Allocation in Next Generation Wireless Networks, pp.89-120;
(W. Yue)

Chapter 6: Routing and Bandwidth Allocation for CDMA/TDMA Wireless Networks, pp.121-142;
(H. Wu, and X. Jia)

Chapter 7: Call Admission Control for Multi-Service Wireless Networks with Bandwidth Asymmetry between Uplink and Downlink, pp.143-170;
(G. Feng, X. Yang and C. K. Siew)

Chapter 8: Mobility Management and Admission Control in Next Generation Wireless Networks, pp.171-198;
(T. Tugcu, J. Xie, W. Wang, and J. Mcnair)

Chapter 9: Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Handoff in Integrated Wireless and Mobile Networks, pp.199-221
(W. Li and D. P. Agrawal)

Chapter 10: Efficient and Fair Scheduling and Bandwidth Scheduling and Allocation in Next Generation Wireless Networks with Multimedia Services, 223-247;
(S. Papavassiliou and C. Li)

Chapter 11: Fairness of Resource Allocation in Cellular Networks: A Survey, pp.249-266;
(K. Navaie, D. Y. Montuno, and Y. Q. Zhao)

Chapter 12: Mobility and Adaptive QoS Across in 4th Generation Wireless Networks, pp.267-288;
(H. A. Ghazaleh and A. S. Alfa)

Chapter 13: Power Control by Geometric Programming, pp.289-313;
(M. Chiang, C. W. Tan, D. Palomar, D. ONeill and D. Julian)

Chapter 14: On Dual Methods for Adaptive Distributed Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks: A Taxonomy of Practical Challenges in CDMA, pp.315-337;
(J. Price and T. Javidi)

Index

   Series:
      Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing - Yi Pan (Georgia State University), Series Editor
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2005
   ISBN: 1-59454-583-9
   Status: AV
  
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