Channel Coding in Communication Networks: From Theory to Turbo Codes The very title of this book is borrowed from the information theory vocabulary, and, quite naturally, it is an outline of this theory that will serve as an introduction. The subject of information theory is the scientific study of communications. To this end it defines a quantitative measurement of the communicated content, i.e. information, and... Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications
Provides an overview of how the mobile code can be used in networking with the aim of developing further intelligent information retrieval, network and mobility management, and network services.
Proceedings of the Second International Workshop, MATA, on Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications, held in Paris, France,...
Applications & Services in Wireless Networks (Innovative Technology Series) The main challenge in providing mobile users with acceptable real-time multimedia
communication is to provide quality of service support in the context of i)
heterogeneous mobile communication networks, ii) a vast number of different
media formats and codecs, iii) a heterogeneous world of mobile terminals, and iv)
Multimedia Management (Innovative Technology Series) For years, industry has predicted and anticipated the arrival of multimedia services
via the network. From all indications, this new age is upon us now especially
with the emergence of the Internet and the huge potential of e-commerce.
The study of multimedia transmission over various network technologies has
been the subject of...
Quantitative Approaches in Object-oriented Software Engineering
Measures of software internal attributes have been extensively used to help software managers, customers and users to characterize, assess and improve the quality of software products. The introduction of object-oriented (OO) software provides powerful design mechanisms with which to do this, and new technologies—e.g., OO frameworks, OO...
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