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By Dirk-Jaap Plas, Mortaza Bargh, Jan Laarhuis, Jeroen van Vugt, Jacco Brok (auth.), Mário Marques Freire, Prosper Chemouil, Pascal Lorenz, Annie Gravey (eds.)

On behalf of the Organizing and application Committees of the third eu convention on common Multiservice Networks (ECUMN 2004), it's our nice excitement to introduce the complaints of ECUMN 2004, which used to be held in the course of October 25–27, 2004, in Porto, Portugal. according to the decision for Papers, a complete of 131 papers have been submitted from 29 international locations. every one paper was once reviewed by means of a number of participants of the Technical application Committee or by means of exterior peer reviewers. After cautious overview of thereviews,53paperswereacceptedforpresentationin13technicalsessions;half of them originated from international locations outdoors Europe (mainly Asia). This illustrates the robust curiosity of this convention past its unique geographical zone. The convention software coated quite a few modern learn issues that are of present curiosity, equivalent to instant networks, cellular advert hoc networks, sensor networks, mobility administration, optical networks, caliber of provider and tra?c, delivery protocols, real-time and multimedia, net applied sciences and functions, overlay and digital inner most networks, protection and privateness, and community operations and administration. including 3 plenary classes from France T´ el´ ecom, Siemens, and Cisco structures, those technical shows - dressed the most recent examine effects from the foreign and academia and mentioned on ?ndings on current and destiny multiservice networks.

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Secondly, the last decision about the possible use of the new care-of address is taken by the new access router. Inmediatly after this address has been approved by the new access router, it sends the signal to the MAP to initiate the packet redirection. It is not necesassary to receive the Fast Building Update message from the Mobile Node because it has no further information about the actual change of network, Providing Real Time Applications with a Seamless Handover 19 only the previously received Layer 2 Trigger.

Pt Abstract. The integration of wireless LANs (WLANs) and 3G systems performed at core network level requires very little modifications to the current 3GPP architecture and provides a large set of benefits: seamless service integration, exploration of user mobility by applications, seamless use of different radio access network (RANs), easy availability of current services such as Short Message Service (SMS) in other RANs, etc. This paper describes an architecture that has the GPRS as the primary network.

The creation of a new edge requires longer time and can be regard as ‘high latency handoff’. This occurs only once per edge. The NG proposed in [10] uses the topological information on APs. Our proposed algorithm, however, requires channels of APs as well as topological information. Thus, we modify the data structure of NG as follows: where is the modified NG, and is the set which consists of APs and their channels. In Section 5, we develop a fast handoff algorithm based on the modified NG. 3 Improved Network Architecture The MN scans all channels from the first channel to the last channel, because it is not aware of the deployment of APs near the MN.

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