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Title: Minimizing the negative effects of device mobility in cell-based ad-hoc wireless computational grids
Authors: Mudali, P
Adigun, MO
Emuoyibofarhe, JO
Keywords: Computational grids
Location areas
Cellular networks
Mobility management
SATNAC September 2006
Issue Date: Sep-2006
Citation: Mudali, P, Adigun, MO and Emuoyibofarhe, JO. 2006. Minimizing the negative effects of device mobility in cell-based ad-hoc wireless computational grids. SATNAC: South African Telecommunication Network and Application Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa, September 2006, Vol. 1, pp 10
Abstract: This paper provides an outline of research being conducted to minimize the disruptive effects of device mobility in wireless computational grid networks. The proposed wireless grid framework uses the existing GSM cellular architecture, with emphasis placed on the “location area” concept, to aid in achieving the abovestated goal. This research is motivated by the increasing use of mobile devices, their increasing capabilities, and our increasing dependence upon these devices to perform ever-complex computations. Major related works are discussed and the process for performing further research is outlined
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1088
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