A review on current work in mobility prediction for wireless networks

Doss, R, Jennings, A and Shenoy, N 2004, 'A review on current work in mobility prediction for wireless networks', in A Phonphoem (ed.) Proceedings Third Asian International Mobile Computing Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 26-28 May 2004.


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Title A review on current work in mobility prediction for wireless networks
Author(s) Doss, R
Jennings, A
Shenoy, N
Year 2004
Conference name Asian International Mobile Computing Conference
Conference location Bangkok, Thailand
Conference dates 26-28 May 2004
Proceedings title Proceedings Third Asian International Mobile Computing Conference
Editor(s) A Phonphoem
Publisher Kasetsart University
Place of publication Bangkok, Thailand
Abstract The vision of next generation networks (4G & beyond) is to make possible seamless mobility across heterogeneous networks and to support real-time multimedia services. This would require intra/inter-domain handovers and service reconfiguration procedures to be completed with minimum latency. Mobility Prediction has been identified as a key abettor to this goal. The increasing ease of coupling between the mobile user and the network requires that a mobility prediction scheme that is to be deployed in next generation networks be capable of high levels of prediction accuracy despite randomness in user movement. In this work we have presented a survey on mobility prediction schemes that have been proposed for wireless networks. The results of our simulation study focused on the robustness of different schemes to randomness in user movement are also presented.
Subjects Computer Communications Networks
Keyword(s) mobility prediction
handovers
wireless networks
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