|Title||MobiCom'99 : proceedings of the Fifth Annual ACM / IEEE International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, August 15-20, 1999, Seattle, Washington, USA|
|Author||ACM SIGMOBILE ; technical co-sponsor, IEEE Communications Society ; in cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM ... [et al.]|
|Imprint||New York, N.Y. : Assoc. of Computing Machinery, 1999|
|Descript||x, 279 p. : ill. ; 28 cm|
LeZi-Update: an information-theoretic approach to track mobile users in PCS networks -- Analysis of a metropolitan-area wireless network -- Architecture for a secure service discovery service -- Supporting CORBA applications in a moblie environment -- Using code mobility to create ubiquitous and active augmented reality in mobile computing -- Anatomy of a context-aware application -- BlueSky: a cordless networking solution for palmtop computers -- Octopus-embracing the energy efficiency of handheld multimedia computers -- Pulsed battery discharge in communication devices -- Power control for link quality protection in cellular DS-CDMA networks with integrated (Packet and Circuit) services -- Optimality of greedy power control and variable spreading gain in multi-class CDMA mobile networks -- Optimizing the end-to-end performance of reliable flows over wireless links reiner Lugwig -- Reversing the collision-avoidance handshake in wireless networks -- Unified architecture for the design and evaluation of wireless fair queueing algorithms -- Performance evaluation of PRADOA: a scheduling algorithm for traffic integration in a wireless ATM network -- Broadcast storm problem in a mobile Ad Hoc network -- Performance evaluation of a wireless hierachical data dissemination system -- Adaptive protocols for information dissemination in wireless sensor networks -- Query localization techniques for on-demand routing protocols in Ad Hoc networks -- Scenario-based performance analysis of routing protocols for mobile Ad-Hoc networks -- Multicast operation of the Ad-Hoc on -demand distance vector routing protocol -- Analysis of TCP performance over mobile Ad Hoc networks -- WTCP: a reliable transport protocol for wireless wide-area networks == Next century challenges: radioactive networks -- Next century challenges: nexus-an open global infrastructure for spatial-aware applications -- Next century challenges: data-centric networking for invisible computing -- Next century challahges: scalable coordination in sensor networks -- Next century challenges: mobile networking for "Smart Dust"
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