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IEEE Communications Magazine October 2005126 INTERNET TECHNOLOGY

Summary: IEEE Communications Magazine October 2005126
he Internet Technology Series of IEEE Communications
Magazine continues to attract a good number of quality
papers from all over the world. The number of submissions
has been steadily increasing, indicating a strong interest in the
topic among our readers.
This time, we accepted three outstanding articles out of 10
originally submitted for possible publication in this issue. The
review process was rigorous as we required at least three
reviews for each article. Again, we are very thankful to all the
reviewers who certainly have put a lot of time and effort into
making this series a success.
The explosive growth of Internet applications combined with
widespread availability of small hosts in the form of laptop and
palmtop computers has created an increasing demand for
mobility support to hosts in moving. Mobile wireless networks
have evolved to be integrated with IP-based infrastructure for
multimedia applications where mobility support has become a


Source: Atiquzzaman, Mohammed - School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences