Special Issue "Managing QoS and QoE Levels in Wired and Wireless Data Networks"
A special issue of Future Internet (ISSN 1999-5903).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 March 2016)
Prof. Dr. Fernando Cerdán
Department of Information Technologies and Communications, Polytechnic University of Cartagena, Antiguo Cuartel de Antigones (Campus Muralla del Mar), Plaza del Hospital 1, 30202 Cartagena, Spain
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Interests: QoS in wired and wireless IP networks; deployment of ubiquitous services and applications; engineering education
QoS is still a key element in any packet network technology. Despite important QoS advances in data communication networks, QoS is still an issue that challenges the scientific community. Current data services are provided by deeply heterogeneous networks (usually, in the area of mobility). QoS requires an end to end study of access networks and their interconnections; this is increasingly critical as bandwidth access grows. Service convergence and integration necessitate high speed networks that are able to match user contracts with traffic control and traffic management in a seamless mode. From the user’s perspective, the QoS required by different applications can be quite variable. Similarly, for a given application type, different users may require, or be satisfied with, differing levels of QoS and QoE. This Special Issue invites papers addressing and advancing QoS and QoE themes in the Internet context, including papers discussing issues that increasingly arise as a result of mobile and wireless access. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the core technologies, protocols, services, and applications that can provide better levels of QoS and QoE in wired and wireless data networks.Dr. Fernando Cerdán
Manuscript Submission Information
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- quality of service
- quality of experience
- heterogeneous data networks
- broadband networks