Content-Based Routing

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[Inoue-Mahmud-Murakami-Hasegawa-Morikawa-2005 (doi) .]

Masugi Inoue, Khaled Mahmud, Homare Murakami, Mikio Hasegawa and Hiroyuki Morikawa,
“Context-Based Network and Application Management on Seamless Networking Platform”,
Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal, vol.35, #1-2, October 2005, pp. 53–70

ResiliNets Keywords: context-based routing

Keywords: seamless, handover, network selection, context, presence

Abstract: “A context-based adaptive communication system is introduced for use in heterogeneous networks. Context includes the user’s presence, location, available network interfaces, network availability, network priority, communication status, terminal features, and installed applications. An experimental system was developed to clarify the feasibility of using context information to flexibly control networks and applications. The system operates on a seamless networking platform we developed for heterogeneous networks. By using contexts, the system can inform the caller and callee of applications they can access, which are available through the network before communication occurs. Changes in contexts can switch an on-going application to another during actual communication. These functions provide unprecedented styles of communication. A business scenario for a seamless networking provider is also presented.”

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[Kibria-Jamalipour-2007 (doi) .]

M. Rubaiyat Kibria and Abbas Jamalipour,
“On Design Issues of the Next Generation Mobile Network ”,
IEEE Network, vol.21, #1, February 2007, pp. 6–13

ResiliNets Keywords: cross-layer, access network selection


Abstract: “Next generation mobile network (NGMN) is envisaged to support seamless mobility across disparate access technologies in a transparent manner. The success of NGMN design will depend on its ability to address key design issues, mainly architectural adaptation and modification of service continuity functions (i.e., mobil ity and resource management) that arise from such interoperability. The solutions presented in this article attempt to resolve these issues by considering an IP-based interworking framework that promotes evolution of individual networks and integration of new technologies.”


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[Bari-Leung-2007 (doi) .]

Farooq Bari and Victor C. M. Leung,
“Automated Network Selection in a Heterogeneous Wireless Network Environment ”,
IEEE Network, vol.21, #1, February 2007, pp. 34–40

ResiliNets Keywords: access network selection, heterogeneous wireless network


Abstract: “Service delivery in a heterogeneous all-IP wireless network environment requires the selection of an optimal access network. Selection of a non-optimal network can result in undesirable effects such as higher costs or poor service experience. Network selection in such an environment is influenced by several factors, and currently a complete solution is not available to solve this problem. This article describes a comprehensive decision making process to rank candidate networks for service delivery to the terminal. The proposed mechanism is based on a unique decision process that uses compensatory and non-compensatory multi-attribute decision making algorithms jointly to assist the terminal in selecting the top candidate network.”


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[Cavalcanti-Agrawal-Cordeiro-Xie-Kumar-2005 (doi) .]

Dave Cavalcanti and Dharma Agrawal, Carlos Cordeiro, Bin Xie and Anup Kumar,
“Issues in Integrating Cellular Networks, WLANs, and MANETs: A Futuristic Heterogeneous Wireless Network”,
IEEE Wireless Communications, vol.12, #3, June 2005, pp. 30–41

ResiliNets Keywords: cross-layer architecture


Abstract: “The popularity of wireless communication systems can be seen almost everywhere in the form of cellular networks, WLANs, and WPANs. In addition, small portable devices have been increasingly equipped with multiple communication interfaces building a heterogeneous environment in terms of access technologies. The desired ubiquitous computing environment of the future has to exploit this multitude of connectivity alternatives resulting from diverse wireless communication systems and different access technologies to provide useful services with guaranteed quality to users. Many new applications require a ubiquitous computing environment capable of accessing information from different portable devices at any time and everywhere. This has motivated researchers to integrate various wireless platforms such as cellular networks, WLANs, and MANETs. Integration of different technologies with different capabilities and functionalities is an extremely complex task and involves issues at all layers of the protocol stack. This article envisions an architecture for state-of-the-art heterogeneous multihop networks, and identifies research issues that need to be addressed for successful integration of heterogeneous technologies for the next generation of wireless and mobile networks.”


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[Eijk-Brok-Bemmel-Busropan-2003 (doi) .]

Ronald van Eijk, Jacco Brok, Jeroen van Bemmel and Bryan Busropan
“Access Network Selection in a 4G Environment and the Roles of Terminal and Service Platform”,
Proc. of Wireless World Research Forum, vol.10, #, October 2003

ResiliNets Keywords: access network selection



Notes: Interesting 4-page paper summary paper.

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