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  • Burraston, David (CEMA, 2005)
  • Gyekye, Yaw; Agbinya, Johnson (IEEE Computer Society, 2006)
    This paper reports on the design and implementation of an IP-centric vertical handoff decision algorithm and execution scheme between a wireless wide area network (WWAN) and a wireless local area network (WLAN) as part of ...
  • Gyekye, Yaw; Agbinya, Johnson (IEEE CPS, 2007)
    The next generation of mobile/wireless communication systems is expected to include heterogeneous broadband wireless networks that will coexist and use a common IP core to offer a diverse range of high data rate multimedia ...
  • Holmes, Kirsten; Edwards, Deborah (University of Technology, Sydney, 2007)
    This paper proposes two arguments: one, that volunteering in museums can be considered an extension of visiting; and two, museum volunteers act as both hosts and guests. Volunteers are an extremely important resource to ...
  • Furqan, Fatima; Hoang, Doan (IEEE, 2013)
    In WiMAX architecture the base station lacks the mechanisms to avoid it from being overloaded, which can lead to degradation in the Quality of service (QoS) experienced by the users in the cell, as the large queue at buffer ...
  • Ooi, Pauline; Culjak, Gordana; Lawrence, Elaine (IEEE, 2005)
    Mobile medical applications have the capacity to provide services for patients and healthcare professionals regardless of time or place. The aim of this paper is to explore the current status Of mobile, wireless and wearable ...
  • Dyson, Laurel (Information Science Publishing (Idea Group), 2007)
    This chapter examines wireless technologies in Africa, with special reference to indigenous minority populations. In a continent with limited infrastructure, itinerant popoulations, low literacy levels and limited money ...
  • Lawrence, Elaine; Bina, Mary; Culjak, Gordana; El-Kiki, Tarek (IEEE Conference Publishing Services, 2007)
    The authors report on the results of an online survey on the motivations and effort involved in participating in wireless community networks. The survey is part of a multinational survey that has been administered in Greece, ...
  • Zheng, Li; Hoang, Doan; Li, Ming (Scientific Research Publishing Inc, 2012)
    More subtle and explicit QoS control mechanisms are required at the radio access level, even though the simple and scalable Differentiated Services (DiffServ) QoS control model is acceptable for the core of the network. ...
  • Lubrin, Einstein; Lawrence, Elaine; Felix Navarro, Karla (IEEE, 2005)
    As the world's aged population grows many governments are looking to remote healthcare monitoring solutions. It is certainly cheaper to keep the elderly and infirm in their own homes rather than in aged-care facilities. ...
  • Li, Songsheng; Lowe, David; Kong, Xiaoying; Braun, Robin (IEEE, 2011)
    Localization is one of the basic prerequisites of sensors in various applications of wireless sensor networks. A beacon is a special sensor with geographical knowledge and which can be employed to help localize general ...
  • Mao, Guoqiang; Fidan, Baris; Anderson, Brian (Elsevier B.V., 2007)
    Wireless sensor network localization is an important area that attracted significant research interest. This interest is expected to grow further with the proliferation of wireless sensor network applications. This paper ...
  • Lowe, David; Murray, Stephen (ISCA: International Society for Computers and Their Applications, 2009)
    There is growing interest in the use of wireless sensor data to control physical systems. Given the operational constraints (especially related to the power usage) that wireless sensors operate under, there has been ...
  • Yu, Dong; Nanda, Priyadarsi; He, Sean (American Scientific Publishers, 2013)
    Through review of current Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) energy preserving techniques used in industry and academic research, we recognize that the integration of various techniques through implementation is a challenging ...
  • Lowe, David; Murray, Stephen; Kong, Xiaoying (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2011)
    The increasing prevalence and sophistication of wireless sensors is creating an opportunity for improving, or in many cases enabling, the real-time monitoring and control of distributed physical systems. However, whilst a ...
  • Nikodem, Jan; Klempous, Ryszard; Nikodem, Maciej; Woda, Marek; Chaczko, Zenon (IEEE, 2010)
    The paper presents a simulator that models routing paths and energy distribution in a WSN as a function of the algorithm executed by each node of the network. Simulator was prepared to investigate whether globally defined ...
  • Felix Navarro, Karla; Lawrence, Elaine (IEEE, 2010)
    The authors discuss and map the main findings resulting from the development of a series of four Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) health monitoring prototypes, under the generic name of MoteCare. A devised a generic framework ...
  • Chaczko, Zenon (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012, 2012)
    This chapter presents a new biomimetic approach for sensor placement, clustering and data routing in Wireless Sensor Networks that can be deployed and managed in ubiquitous applications such as: security, business, ...
  • Rafiei, Ali; Abolhasan, Mehran; Franklin, Daniel; Safaei, Farzad (XPS (Xpert Publishing Services) / IARIA, 2012)
  • Gardner, William; Rajagopalapillai, Rajugan; Chang, Elizabeth; Dillon, Tharam (Cigref, 2004)