Mobility Aware Technologies and Applications

Second International Workshop, MATA 2005, Montreal, Canada, October 17-19, 2005. Proceedings

  • Thomas Magedanz
  • Ahmed Karmouch
  • Samuel Pierre
  • Iakovos Venieris
Conference proceedings MATA 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3744)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Yong-Jin Lee, M. Atiquzzaman
    Pages 1-11
  3. B. Mathieu, Y. Carlinet, D. Massaloux, B. Kövesi, D. Deleam
    Pages 12-21
  4. Mohammed S. Alam, Abhishek Gupta, Jake Wires, Son Vuong
    Pages 22-31
  5. Dineshbalu Balakrishnan, May El Barachi, Ahmed Karmouch, Roch Glitho
    Pages 32-42
  6. Simon Dobson, Kieran Delaney, Kafil Mahmood Razeeb, Sergey Tsvetkov
    Pages 43-53
  7. J. Cucurull, J. Ametller, J. A. Ortega-Ruiz, S. Robles, J. Borrell
    Pages 74-83
  8. Roel Ocampo, Lawrence Cheng, Zhaohong Lai, Alex Galis
    Pages 84-95
  9. Italo Milanese, Carlo Alberto Licciardi
    Pages 96-106
  10. Youn-Hee Han, Seung-Hee Hwang
    Pages 107-116
  11. Hermes Irineu Del Monego, Eliane Lucia Bodanese, Luiz Nacamura Jr, Richard Demo Souza
    Pages 117-126
  12. G. Navarro, J. A. Ortega-Ruiz, J. Ametller, S. Robles
    Pages 127-136
  13. Alvin Yew, Antonio Liotta, Kun Yang
    Pages 137-148
  14. Raffaele Giaffreda, Hannes Tschofenig, Theo Kanter, Christoph Reichert
    Pages 149-160
  15. Eun-Seok Ryu, Jeong-Seop Hwang, Chuck Yoo
    Pages 161-171
  16. André Ribeiro Cardoso, Ahmed Serhrouchni, Bertrand Mathieu, Mikaël Salaün
    Pages 172-181
  17. Abdelghani Benharref, Roch Glitho, Rachida Dssouli
    Pages 182-191
  18. Abdelhamid Ouardani, Samuel Pierre, Hanifa Boucheneb
    Pages 192-202
  19. Marco Avvenuti, Alessio Vecchio, Giovanni Turi
    Pages 203-214
  20. Marcus Brunner, Alex Galis, Lawrence Cheng, Jorge Andrés Colás, Bengt Ahlgren, Anders Gunnar et al.
    Pages 215-229
  21. Fernando Menezes Matos, Edmundo R. M. Madeira
    Pages 230-239
  22. Sasu Tarkoma, Tancred Lindholm, Jaakko Kangasharju
    Pages 240-251
  23. J. Papanis, S. Kapellaki, E. Koutsoloukas, N. Dellas, G. N. Prezerakos, I. S. Venieris
    Pages 252-262
  24. Frederic Van Quickenborne, Filip De Greve, Filip De Turck, Ingrid Moerman, Piet Demeester
    Pages 273-283
  25. Dragos Vingarzan, Peter Weik, Thomas Magedanz
    Pages 284-293
  26. Karin Anna Hummel
    Pages 294-304
  27. Priya Vijayakumar, Stefan Schmid, Simon Schütz, Marcus Brunner
    Pages 305-315
  28. Theodoros E. Athanaileas, Ioannis E. Foukarakis, Dimitra I. Kaklamani, Iakovos S. Venieris
    Pages 316-323
  29. Michael Krause, Iris Hochstatter
    Pages 324-333
  30. Namhi Kang, Ilkyun Park, Younghan Kim
    Pages 334-343
  31. Florian Schreiner, Holger Ziemek
    Pages 344-353
  32. Peter Braun, Duc Trinh, Ryszard Kowalczyk
    Pages 354-363
  33. Lotfi Benachenhou, Samuel Pierre
    Pages 364-373
  34. Eun-Sun Cho, Kang-Woo Lee, Manpyo Hong
    Pages 384-393
  35. Lahcène Dehni, Younès Bennani, Francine Krief
    Pages 405-415
  36. Back Matter

About these proceedings


The beginning of the twenty-first century is characterized by global markets, and the mobility of people is becoming an important fact of life. Consequently, the mobile user is demanding appropriate technical solutions to make use of customized information and communication services. In this context the notion of next-generation networks (NGNs), which are driven by the convergence of the entertainment sector, the mobile Internet, and fixed/mobile telecommunications, is emerging. Such NGNs are aggregating a variety of different access networks and supporting the seamless connection of an open set of end-user devices, and due to the adoption of an all-IP network paradigm they enable a much better integration of voice and data services. Coincidently the buzzword ‘fixed mobile convergence’ (FMC) describes the current trend towards providing common services across fixed and mobile networks resulting in the medium term in the full integration of fixed and mobile telecommunication networks. The adoption of appropriate middleware technologies and the provision of - called service delivery platforms driven by the ongoing innovation in the field of information technologies provides today the technical foundation for supporting terminal, personal and service mobility and thus the implementation of real seamless information and communication services. Furthermore, users are nowadays looking, in light of an omnipresent service environment, for a much higher degree of customization and context awareness in the services they use. The papers in this volume look at these enabling mobility-aware technologies and their use for implementing mobility-aware and context-aware applications.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Thomas Magedanz
    • 1
  • Ahmed Karmouch
    • 2
  • Samuel Pierre
    • 3
  • Iakovos Venieris
    • 4
  1. 1.FOKUS Fraunhofer-Institute for Open Communication SystemsBerlinGermany
  2. 2.Multimedia & Mobile Agent Research Laboratory, School of Information Technology & Engineering (SITE)University of Ottawa, CanadaCanada
  3. 3.Mobile Computing and Networking Research Laboratory, (LARIM), Department of Computer EngineeringÉcole Polytechnique de MontréalMontréalCanada
  4. 4.School of Electrical and Computer EngineeringNational Technical University of Athens

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