- Full Description
Telecommunications Modeling, Policy, and Technology Examines the newer and emerging models of telecommunications technology that play instrumental roles in providing international economic and societal interconnectivity. Advancing technology in the field imposes the need to develop new models to solve complex planning and decision making problems. The global, national, and local societal impact of the technology necessitates careful analysis of telecommunications policy at all of these levels. The book explores natural output of the new technical developments and applications with selective chapter treatment on novel business models to fill the emerging technical and business needs.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- layer cuts for multi
- layer network design problems.
- Optimal multi
- channel assignments in vehicular ad
- hoc networks.
- The label
- constrained minimum spanning tree problem.
- post internet charging.
- Error bounds for hierarchical routing.
- An entropy based method to detect spoofed denial of service (DoS) attacks.
- Mobile networks competition and asymmetric regulation of termination charges.
- A package bidding tool for the FCC’s spectrum auctions, and its effect on auction outcomes.
- Comparison of heuristics for solving the GMLST problem.
- Optimizing the node degree in wireless multihop networks with single
- lobe beamforming.
- Fluid model of an internet router under the MIMD control scheme.
- Optimal survivable routing with a small number of hops.
- Communication constraints and ad hoc scheduling.
- Topology control in a free space optical network.
- A local search hybrid genetic algorithm approach to the network design problem with relay stations.
- Dynamic bandwidth reservation in a virtual private network under uncertain traffic.
- Evaluation and design of business models for collaborative provision of advanced mobile data services: a portfolio theory approach.
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