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Exploiting Parallel Networks Using Dynamic Channel Scheduling

Summary: Exploiting Parallel Networks Using
Dynamic Channel Scheduling
(Invited Paper)
Lara B. Deek, Kevin C. Almeroth, Mike P. Wittie Khaled A. Harras
Department of Computer Science Department of Computer Science
UC Santa Barbara Carnegie Mellon University
Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Qatar
{laradeek, almeroth, mwittie}@cs.ucsb.edu kharras@cs.cmu.edu
Many researchers have been focusing on the outcomes and
consequences of the rapid increase and proliferation of mo-
bile wireless technologies. If it is not already the case, it will
soon be rare for a user to be in a situation where absolutely
no network connection exists. In fact, through numerous
devices, users will soon expect to be connected in all places
at all times. Through the great variety and increase in the
capabilities of these devices, it is not a surprise to find a
single user with many connection opportunities. As a re-
sult, we believe that the next major evolution of wireless
mobile networks will be in the exploitation of multiple net-


Source: Almeroth, Kevin C. - Department of Computer Science, University of California at Santa Barbara


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences