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  1. Security in Distributed, Grid, Mobile, and Pervasive Computing

    By Yang Xiao

    Despite recent dramatic advances in computer security regarding the proliferation of services and applications, security threats are still major impediments in the deployment of these services. Paying serious attention to these issues, Security in Distributed, Grid, Mobile, and Pervasive Computing...

    Published April 17th 2007 by Auerbach Publications

  2. Wireless Security and Cryptography

    Specifications and Implementations

    Edited by Nicolas Sklavos, Xinmiao Zhang

    As the use of wireless devices becomes widespread, so does the need for strong and secure transport protocols. Even with this intensified need for securing systems, using cryptography does not seem to be a viable solution due to difficulties in implementation. The security layers of many wireless...

    Published March 30th 2007 by CRC Press

  3. Wireless Ad Hoc Networking

    Personal-Area, Local-Area, and the Sensory-Area Networks

    Edited by Shih-Lin Wu, Yu-Chee Tseng

    The rapid progress of mobile, wireless communication and embedded micro-sensing MEMS technologies has brought about the rise of pervasive computing. Wireless local-area networks (WLANs) and wireless personal-area networks (WPANs) are now common tools for many people, and it is predicted that...

    Published March 28th 2007 by Auerbach Publications

  4. Multi-Objective Optimization in Computer Networks Using Metaheuristics

    By Yezid Donoso, Ramon Fabregat

    Metaheuristics are widely used to solve important practical combinatorial optimization problems. Many new multicast applications emerging from the Internet-such as TV over the Internet, radio over the Internet, and multipoint video streaming-require reduced bandwidth consumption, end-to-end delay,...

    Published March 23rd 2007 by Auerbach Publications

  5. Active and Programmable Networks for Adaptive Architectures and Services

    By Syed Asad Hussain

    Most conventional networks are passive, with only basic traffic monitoring, management, routing, and congestion control. At best, they can be called reactive. Deploying new functions and integrating new standards into these architectures is difficult due to the rigid embedding of software and...

    Published December 15th 2006 by Auerbach Publications

  6. Wireless Mesh Networking

    Architectures, Protocols and Standards

    Edited by Yan Zhang, Jijun Luo, Honglin Hu

    Series: Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications

    A promising new technology, wireless mesh networks are playing an increasingly important role in the future generations of wireless mobile networks. Characterized by dynamic self-organization, self-configuration, and self-healing to enable quick deployment, easy maintenance, low cost, high...

    Published December 13th 2006 by Auerbach Publications

  7. Resource, Mobility, and Security Management in Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications

    Edited by Yan Zhang, Honglin Hu, Masayuki Fujise

    Series: Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications

    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...

    Published October 25th 2006 by Auerbach Publications

  8. Understanding IPTV

    By Gilbert Held

    Series: Informa Telecoms & Media

    Driven by a combination of technological improvements and commercial pressure, interest in IPTV services has increasingly grown. IPTV refers to the use of the Internet protocol required for delivery of television content. IPTV represents an emerging technology that could change the manner in which...

    Published October 25th 2006 by Auerbach Publications

  9. The Handbook of Mobile Middleware

    Edited by Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi

    Device miniaturization, wireless computing, and mobile communication are driving ubiquitous, pervasive, and transparent computing. Supporting these rapidly evolving technologies requires middleware solutions that address connectivity-level, location-dependent, and context-dependent issues.The...

    Published October 20th 2006 by Auerbach Publications

  10. Security in Sensor Networks

    Edited by Yang Xiao

    Sensor networks differ from traditional networks in many aspects including their limited energy, memory space, and computational capability. These differentiators create unique security vulnerabilities.Security in Sensor Networks covers all aspects of the subject, serving as an invaluable reference...

    Published August 15th 2006 by Auerbach Publications