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Toward Distributed QoS Driven Wireless Messaging Infrastructure

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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-0191-8.ch018
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Khaddaj, Souheil and Bippin Makoond. "Toward Distributed QoS Driven Wireless Messaging Infrastructure." Simulation in Computer Network Design and Modeling: Use and Analysis. IGI Global, 2012. 377-391. Web. 21 Apr. 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-0191-8.ch018

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Khaddaj, S., & Makoond, B. (2012). Toward Distributed QoS Driven Wireless Messaging Infrastructure. In H. Al-Bahadili (Ed.), Simulation in Computer Network Design and Modeling: Use and Analysis (pp. 377-391). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-0191-8.ch018

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Khaddaj, Souheil and Bippin Makoond. "Toward Distributed QoS Driven Wireless Messaging Infrastructure." In Simulation in Computer Network Design and Modeling: Use and Analysis, ed. Hussein Al-Bahadili, 377-391 (2012), accessed April 21, 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-0191-8.ch018

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Abstract

The Telecoms market is demanding more services which involve an increased mobile accessibility to the Internet, real time video transmission, real time games, Voice over IP (VOIP), and business critical transactions such as billing transactions and banking services. Meeting these challenges requires the mobile operators to change the way they design their telephony and messaging systems. As the mobile market moves to become more service centric, rather than technology centric, Quality of Service (QoS) has grown to become imperative, since in the Telecoms innovative services are very often short lived, where the quality aspects of a system and the provided services contribute as key differentiators. Thus, the main focus of this chapter is based around the QoS issues which have led to the consideration of a distributed messaging model to address the challenges faced in the Telecoms industry.
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Mobile Telecom: From Technology To Services

In his study of economic history, Joseph Schumpeter (Schumpeter, 1975) described the process of major technological change as “creative destruction.” The convergence with IP is changing the strategic business model of Telecoms operators since they are not dealing with Telecoms specific and proprietary technological infrastructure any more. The new messaging model extends beyond the traditional SMS and MMS protocols to include the complexity of IP messaging systems. As a result, Telecoms operators are faced with the same problems as those of the IT departments, which are typically challenges of commoditisation, scaling resources, Information Technology management (IT and Cyber Parks) and efficient operational management. Telecoms operators are required to change their ways and culture of operating their business to include the aspects of economics, cost and earned value management of the IP technological models into their organisations.

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Chapter 1
Omar Raoof, Hamed Al-Raweshidy
This chapter presents a game theory based routing algorithm that defines the best route based on the power consumption that each intermediate node... Sample PDF
Modelling and Simulation of Game Applications in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks Routing
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Chapter 2
Omar Raoof, Hamed Al-Raweshidy
This chapter proposes a novel game-based green interface/network selection mechanism that is an extension to the multi-interface fast-handover... Sample PDF
Simulating Game Applications in Mobile IPv6 Protocol
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Chapter 3
Alexander Garcia D., Lina Escobar P., Andres Navarro C., Fabio G. Guerrero, Enrique Stevens-Navarro
This chapter begins by introducing the problem of vertical handoff in heterogeneous wireless networks and illustrates the lack of a proper... Sample PDF
Evaluation Model for Vertical Handoff Algorithms
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Chapter 4
Alexander Garcia D., Andres Navarro C., Adriana Arteaga A., Fabio G. Guerrero, Enrique Stevens-Navarro
Computer simulation is an important tool for the study and analysis of communication networks. In the case of simulation of Vertical Handoff... Sample PDF
Simulation of Vertical Handoff Algorithms for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
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Chapter 5
Nurul I. Sarkar, Roger McHaney
Stochastic discrete event simulation methodology is becoming increasingly popular among network researchers worldwide in recent years. This... Sample PDF
Modeling and Simulation of IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs: A Case Study of a Network Simulator
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Chapter 6
Umar Toseef, Manzoor Ahmed Khan
In its most generic sense, the user-centric view in telecommunications considers that the users are free from subscription to any one network... Sample PDF
OPNET Simulation Setup for QoE Based Network Selection
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Chapter 7
Alfonso Ariza, Alicia Triviño
In this chapter, the authors present a brief description of the OMNeT++ network simulator with the main emphasis on the InetManet framework. This... Sample PDF
Simulation of Multihop Wireless Networks in OMNeT++
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Chapter 8
Hussein Al-Bahadili, Alia Sabri
In the current dynamic probabilistic algorithm, the retransmission probability (pt) has always been formulated as a linear/non-linear function of a... Sample PDF
Simulation of a Dynamic-Noise-Dependent Probabilistic Algorithm in MANETs
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Chapter 9
Hussein Al-Bahadili, Azmi Halasa
In a Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET), a mobile node consumes its power in message communication, message processing, and other operation missions. The... Sample PDF
A Location-Based Power Conservation Scheme for MANETs: A Step towards Green Communications
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Chapter 10
Hussein Al-Bahadili, Abdel Rahman Alzoubaidi, Ali Al-Khalidi
Dynamic (reactive or on-demand) routing protocols used in wireless ad hoc networks suffer from transmitting a huge number of control packets during... Sample PDF
Comparing Various Route Discovery Algorithms in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
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Chapter 11
Miroslav Škoric
Computer programs that radio amateurs use in their packet radio networks give various opportunities in simulating real data communication systems.... Sample PDF
Simulation in Amateur Packet Radio Networks
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Chapter 12
Hussein Al-Bahadili, Haitham Y. Adarbah
The Transport Control Protocol (TCP) is the dominant transport layer protocol in the Internet Protocol (IP) suite, as it carries a significant... Sample PDF
Modeling of TCP Reno with Packet-Loss and Long Delay Cycles
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Chapter 13
Abdullah Rashed, Henrique M.D. Santos
In the wireless era, digital users in the electronic world (e-world) are represented by sets of data called Digital Identities (ID), which they use... Sample PDF
Wireless Identity Management: Multimodal Biometrics and Multilayered IDM
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Chapter 14
Ali H. Al-Bayatti, Hilal M. Al-Bayatti
This chapter provides a detailed description of a framework for designing, analyzing, deploying, and enforcing high level security management for... Sample PDF
Security Management and Simulation of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET)
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Chapter 15
Hussein Al-Bahadili, Shakir M. Hussain, Ghassan F. Issa, Khaled El-Zayyat
A Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) suffers from high packet-loss due to various transmission impairments, such as: wireless signal attenuation, free... Sample PDF
Investigating the Performance of the TSS Scheme in Noisy MANETs
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Chapter 16
Ali H. Hadi, Hussein Al-Bahadili
This chapter presents the detail description of a Port-Knocking (PK) technique, which should avert all types of port attacks and meets all other... Sample PDF
A Hybrid Port-Knocking Technique for Host Authentication
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Chapter 17
Alaa Hussein Al-Hamami
The continuous deployment of network services over the wide range of public and private networks has led to transactions and services that include... Sample PDF
The State of the Art and Future Prospective of the Network Security
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Chapter 18
Souheil Khaddaj, Bippin Makoond
The Telecoms market is demanding more services which involve an increased mobile accessibility to the Internet, real time video transmission, real... Sample PDF
Toward Distributed QoS Driven Wireless Messaging Infrastructure
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Chapter 19
Ciprian Dobre
The use of discrete-event simulators in the design and development of Large Scale Distributed Systems (LSDSs) is appealing due to their efficiency... Sample PDF
A Simulation Model for Large Scale Distributed Systems
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Chapter 20
Muzhir Shaban Al-Ani
The tremendous use of telecommunication services and the existence of various types of mobile devices and networks impose a huge need for a new... Sample PDF
Future Approach of Next Generation Cellular Mobile Communications
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Chapter 21
Sattar J. Aboud
Simulation is employed widely to evaluate complicated systems involving telecommunication networks. This chapter reviews and evaluates different... Sample PDF
Evaluation of Simulation Models
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Jafar Ababneh, Hussein Abdel-Jaber, Firas Albalas, Amjad Daoud
Computer simulation is widely-used in investigating the performance of existing and proposed systems in many areas of science, engineering... Sample PDF
Analyzing and Evaluating Current Computer Networks Simulation Models
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Chapter 23
Shao Ying Zhu, Gerald Schaefer
Computer networks have evolved dramatically in recent years and consequently qualified and experienced network administrators are highly sought... Sample PDF
Network Simulation Tools for Supporting Teaching in Computer Networks
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Chapter 24
Ali Maqousi, Tatiana Balikhina
There has been a tremendous increase in the use of wire/wireless Local Area Networks (LAN) with different network configurations. Therefore, it is... Sample PDF
Wire and Wireless Local Area Networks Simulation: OPNET Tutorial
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