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IDAuthors and TitlePages
28.Cnf-303 Mr. Muhammad Yameen Sandhu
Mr. Sharjeel Afridi
Mr. Yahya Junejo
Designing of high Q dielectric resonator filter by 3-D finite element method (FEM)
28.Cnf-309 Dr. Shebel Alsabbah
Evaluation of Self-Tuned Fuzzy-PID Controller over Titration Process
28.Cnf-310 Prof. Engin Avci
Radar Target Recognition Based on Wavelet - ELM
28.Cnf-319 Paper View Page
Title A brokerage system for enhancing wireless access
Authors Prof. Jose Moura, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
Prof. Joao Silva, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
Prof. Rui Marinheiro, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
Abstract This paper contributes to the management of a network infrastructure formed by distinct wireless access technologies, which are administered by several cooperating mobile operators. These wireless technologies may cover a public area, which at specific times of the day are overwhelmed by a large number of users. A new management solution is proposed that controls the heterogeneous network infrastructure in a distributed way, using policies and metrics, and ensuring a Quality of Service (QoS) level associated with each terminal connection. The QoS level is supported through a novel, vertical and dynamic aggregation of performance information about the wireless access, originated at distinct technologies. A closed innovative control loop among a flexible brokerage service in the network, and agents at the mobile terminals, counteracts any abnormal data load. This allows the terminals to make well-informed decisions about their connections to improve on the QoS offered to the application layer. In this way, depending on the management policies of the brokerage service and the quality metrics, wireless access technologies that by default only offer a best-effort connection service can be enhanced in a very straightforward way. The obtained results highlight the advantages for using this new distributed solution to manage the heterogeneous network infrastructure in several distinct usage scenarios.
Track CNA: Communication Networks and Applications
Conference 2nd Mosharaka International Conference on Communications and Signal Processing (MIC-CSP 2012)
Congress 2012 Global Congress on Communications and Signal Processing (GC-CSP 2012), 6-8 April 2012, Barcelona, Spain
Pages --1
Topics Wireless Communication Networks
Next Generation Wireless Networks
ISSN 2227-331X
BibTeX @inproceedings{319CSP2012,
title={A brokerage system for enhancing wireless access},
author={Jose Moura, and Joao Silva, and Rui Marinheiro},
booktitle={2012 Global Congress on Communications and Signal Processing (GC-CSP 2012)},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
Paper Views 552 Paper Views Rank 127/525
Paper Downloads 224 Paper Downloads Rank 108/525
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