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    978-0-8493-8036-5
    October 25th 2006
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Organized into three parts, Resource, Mobility, and Security Management in Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications examines the inherent constraint of limited bandwidth and unreliable time-varying physical link in the wireless system, discusses the demand to realize the service continuity in the single-hop or multi-hop wireless networks, and explores trusted communication in mobile computing scenarios.

Focusing on the background, technique survey, protocol design, and analytical methods, the book discusses standards in 802.11x/3G/4G, HotSpot Wireless, Bluetooth sensor networks, and access control in wireless Ad Hoc networks. Other topics include call admission control (CAC), routing, multicast, medium access control (MAC), scheduling, bandwidth adaptation, handoff management, location management, network mobility, secure routing, key management, authentication, security, privacy, and performance simulation and analysis.

This book is a comprehensive source of information on basic concepts, major issues, design approaches, future research directions, and the interaction between these components. With its broad coverage allowing for easy cross reference, the book also provides detailed techniques for eliminating bandwidth insufficiency, increasing location management performance, and decreasing the associated authentication traffic.

Features:

  • Offers competitive, self-contained information on resource, mobility, and security management in wireless networks

  • Explains the interaction and coupling among the most important components in wireless networks

  • Examines background, applications, and standard protocols

  • Addresses challenges and solutions in key management of wireless sensor networks

  • Covers how to provide effective and efficient authentication and key agreements for cellular access security
  • Contents

    RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    Call Admission Control in Wireless LANs

    Activity Scheduling in Bluetooth Sensor Networks

    Traffic-Aware Routing for RTC in Wireless

    Multi-Hop Networks

    Reliable Multicast for Wireless LAN

    Wireless Network Tele-traffic Modeling with Lossy Link

    Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Optimal Resource Management and QoS Provisioning

    Medium Access Control in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

    Optimal Scheduling and Resource Allocation in the CDMA2000 1xEV-DV: A Balanced Approach

    A Cost-Controlled Bandwidth Adaptation Algorithm for Multimedia Wireless Networks

    Advanced Radio Resource Management for Future Mobile Networks

    MOBILITY MANAGEMENT

    Fractional Resource Reservation in Mobile Cellular Systems

    Mobility Management for Mobile IPs

    Location Management in Wireless Networks: Issues and Technologies

    Network Mobility

    SECURITY MANAGEMENT

    Key Management in Wireless Sensor Networks: Challenges and Solutions

    Secure Routing for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

    Security and Privacy in Future Mobile Networks

    The Effects of Authentication on Quality-of-Service in Wireless Networks

    Name: Resource, Mobility, and Security Management in Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications (Hardback)Auerbach Publications 
    Description: Edited by Yan Zhang, Honglin Hu, Masayuki FujiseSeries Editor: Yan ZhangContributors: Jelena Mišic, Attahiru S. Alfa, Christos Douligeris, Nidal Nasser, Jijun Luo, Maode Ma, Abd-Elhamid Taha, Felipe A. Cruz-Perez, Chang Woo Pyo, Eranga Perera, Yun Zhou, Joo-Han Song, Geir M. Koien, Wenye Wang, Boris Bellalta, Shirley Mayadewi, Qiang Wang, Qian Zhang, Vojislav B. Mišic, Michela Meo, Vincent Wong, Jialing Zheng, Yanchao Zhang, Shaoqiu Xiao. Organized into three parts, Resource, Mobility, and Security Management in Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications examines the inherent constraint of limited bandwidth and unreliable time-varying physical link in the wireless system, discusses the...
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