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Editors: Pan, Yi and Xiao, Yang (Georgia State University) Pan, Yi - Series Editor
Book Description:
Mobile and wireless networks have experienced an explosive growth during the last few years. Their impact ranges from medical, to military, to industrial, and to societal. In fact, mobile and wireless networking is gradually emerging as a discipline. The primary focus of this book is the rapidly evolving design methodologies and analytical models of wireless networks. The design, development, and analysis of wireless networks that can effectively be used in many applications remain challenging research problems due to the complexity involved. However, recent advances in wireless technology have addressed successfully many of the obstacles hindering the wide deployment of wireless networks. How to develop more efficient and reliable wireless networks and effectively model them using analytical models or simulation models remains a hot research area.
The goal of the book is to serve as a reference for current design methodology and analytical models that can be used to design and analyze various wireless network systems. Important developments, new strategies, and promising analytical models for design of efficient and reliable wireless networks are presented. Important features and limitations of methods and models are identified. Consequently, this book can serve as a useful reference for researchers, educators, graduate students, and practitioners in the field of wireless networks.
This book contains 14 invited chapters from prominent researchers working in this area around the world. The book is basically divided into three main parts. The authors believe all of these chapters not only provide novel ideas, new analytical models, simulation and experimental results and handful experience in this field, but also stimulate the future research activities in the area of design and analysis of wireless networks.

Table of Contents:
(Yi Pan and Yang Xiao);


Chapter 1 - Design of SIP Application Level Gateway for UMTS;
pp. 3-18
(Whai-En Chen, Quincy Wu and Ai-Chun Pang)

Chapter 2 - Location Management in Wireless Networks; pp. 19-36
(Christos Douligeris and Zuji Mao)

Chapter 3 - Location Management for Mobile Communication Networks; pp. 37-54
(Jie Li)


Chapter 4 - Call Admission Control in Mobile Wireless Networks;
pp. 57-70
(Bin Li, Jihui Zhang, Jie Gu, and Bo Li)

Chapter 5 - Radio Resource Management for Downlink OFDM Wireless Communication Systems; pp. 71-97
(Jun Cai, Xuemin (Sherman) Shen, and Jon W. Mark)

Chapter 6 - Resource Management in DS-CDMA Cellular Networks;
pp. 99-111
(Jihui Zhang; Chongguang Wang, Chong Qing Bo Li)

Chapter 7 - Packet Fair Queuing Algorithms for Wireless Networks; pp. 113-128
(You-Chiun Wang and Yu-Chee Tseng)

Chapter 8 - Broadcast Scheduling Algorithms for Wireless Data Dissemination; pp. 129-148
(Jianliang Xu, Liu, Simon)

Chapter 9 - Radio Link Scheduling for QoS Support in Wideband CDMA Cellular Networks; pp. 149-170
(Liang Xu, Xuemin (Sherman) Shen, and Jon W. Mark)

Chapter 10 - The Application of Markov Arrival Processes and Phase Type Distributions in the Modeling of a General Wireless and Mobile System; pp. 171-183
(Wei Li and Attahiru Sule Alfa)


Chapter 11 - 3G and WLAN Internetworking: Perspective and Open Issues in the View of 4G Platforms; pp. 187-235
(Antonio Iera and Giuseppe Ruggeri)

Chapter 12 - Physics-Based Generalized Multipath Model and Optimum Receiver Structures for UWB Wireless Communications; pp. 237-269
(Robert Caiming Qiu, Tennessee Technological University)

Chapter 13 - Power Allocation Mechanisms for Downlink Soft Handoff in the WCDMA System; pp. 271-290
(Li-Chun Wang)

Chapter 14 - Transport Layer Design in Mobile Wireless Networks;
pp. 291-308
(Haowei Bai, Shaojian Fu, and Mohammed Atiquzzaman)


      Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing - Yi Pan (Georgia State University), Series Editor
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2005
   ISBN: 1-59454-186-8
   Status: AV
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