With rapid advancements in wireless devices, ubiquitous computing seems becoming a reality everyday. Active pervasive network infrastructure has been introduced to offer selective and intelligent information communications according to access bandwidths of end users’ devices. In this paper, research has been extended to deal with mixture of critical and non-critical information. Data classifications are devised for the infrastructure to interpret the importance of data accurately. The design relieves computation requirements at end devices, and mediates delivered information based on users’ personal preferences. Further, the operations of content adaptations are transparent to all end devices, and users always perceive high quality transactions and are satisfied with offered network services. More importantly, the resulting design further improves overall system throughput and delay performance.
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- Ubiquitous Content Formulations for Real-Time Information Communications
K. L. Eddie Law
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg