Architectural and QoS aspects of Personal Networks


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Coenen, T.J.M. and Goering, P.T.H. and Jehangir, A. and Berg van den, J.L. and Boucherie, R.J. and Heemstra de Groot, S.M. and Heijenk, G.J. and Dhillon, S.S. and Lu, Weidong and Lo, Anthony and Mieghem van, P. and Niemegeers, Ignas (2006) Architectural and QoS aspects of Personal Networks. In: First International Workshop on Personalized Networks, PerNets 2006, 21 July 2006, San Jose, CA, USA.

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Abstract:Personal Networks (PNs) are future communication systems that combine wireless and infrastructure based networks to provide users a variety of services anywhere and anytime. PNs introduce new design challenges due to the heterogeneity of the involved technologies, the need for self-organization, the dynamics of the PN composition, the application-driven nature, the co-operation with infrastructure-based networks, and the security hazards. This paper discusses the challenges of security, service discovery and QoS provisioning in designing self-organized PNs and combines them all into an integrated architectural framework.
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