Mobility Management-A Personal Perspective
This article sketches a historical account of the author's personal journey in mobility management research. After brief discussions on mobility management in cellular networks and wireless internet, an information-theoretic framework is presented for mobility learning and prediction having applicability to a variety of settings including smart services and activity recognition. Next is highlighted the importance of privacy-preservation in location-based services and mobility models, followed by the implication of human mobility and behavior in opportunistic networks in the era of the Internet of People.
S. K. Das, "Mobility Management-A Personal Perspective," Computer Communications, vol. 131, pp. 26-31, Elsevier, Oct 2018.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.comcom.2018.08.012
Intelligent Systems Center
Keywords and Phrases
Behavioral research; Information theory; Telecommunication services; Wireless ad hoc networks; Activity recognition; Cellular network; Historical account; Mobility management; Opportunistic networks; Personal perspective; Privacy preservation; Wireless internet; Location based services
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01 Oct 2018