transports, wireless environments, quality of transport, transport selection
In this paper, we introduce Quality of Transport (QoT), an architecture for synergistically and autonomously managing session-layer protocol access to multiple transports in heterogeneous wireless environments. We present an overview of the QoT architecture including: 1) transport discovery, 2) service discovery, 3) object exchange, 4) transport switching, and 5) intelligent transport selection. Preliminary successes with our design and implementation of QoT suggest that dynamic intelligent autonomous transport switching can help to optimize user experience and session layer performance in multi-transport environments.
Original Publication Citation
Charles D. Knutson, Ryan W. Woodings, Shannon B. Barnes, Heidi R. Duffin, and Jeffrey M. Brown. "Dynamic Autonomous Transport Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Environments." Proceedings of the IEEE Wireless Communication and Networking Conference (WCNC 24), Atlanta, Georgia, March 21-25, 24.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Brown, Jeffrey M.; Duffin, Heidi R.; Knutson, Charles D.; Barnes, Shannon B.; and Woodings, Ryan W., "Dynamic Autonomous Transport Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Environments" (2004). All Faculty Publications. 449.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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