Monthly Archives: October 2012

Vol. 67, n° 9-10, September-October 2012
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Nature-inspired optimization of Moving Access Point-based radio networks

Dimitrios Karvounas, Kostas Tsagkaris and Panagiotis Demestichas
University of Piraeus, Greece

Abstract Wireless communication systems have penetrated into almost all parts of human life. They have become essential and pervasive and do affect both personal and professional aspects of our lives. While most types of wireless networks, such as cellular mobile communication networks, have been exhaustively studied and optimized, in order to handle various situations, there are also contexts which require efficient handling, e.g., moving hotspots, areas that have lost their infrastructure, and areas with hard morphology.» Read the summary

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