Mobile Lightweight Wireless Systems

Second International ICST Conference, MOBILIGHT 2010, Barcelona, Spain, May 10-12, 2010, Revised Selected Papers

  • Periklis Chatzimisios
  • Christos Verikoukis
  • Ignacio Santamaría
  • Massimiliano Laddomada
  • Oliver Hoffmann
Conference proceedings Mobilight 2010

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Mobility Concepts and IMT-Advanced (MOBILIA)”

    1. Yolanda Fernández, Miguel Angel Peña, Francisco Díaz
      Pages 22-30
    2. Bruno Cendón, Jesús Herrero, Ramón Agüero, Arancha Rodríguez, Santiago Albillos, Javier Sainz et al.
      Pages 31-42
    3. Ramón Agüero, Johnny Choque, Luis Muñoz
      Pages 43-56
    4. V. Monteiro, J. Bastos, O. Cabral, F. Velez, J. Rodriguez
      Pages 57-67
  3. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “QoS Provision in Wireless Networks (QPWN)”

    1. Dzmitry Kliazovich, Magda Bendazzoli, Fabrizio Granelli
      Pages 68-77
    2. Aggeliki Sgora, Periklis Chatzimisios, Dimitrios D. Vergados
      Pages 88-98
    3. Ting Wang, Chor Ping Low
      Pages 99-111
    4. Eleni Patouni, Nancy Alonistioti
      Pages 112-123
    5. Antti P. Miettinen, Jukka K. Nurminen
      Pages 124-135
  4. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Advanced Radio Access Techniques for Energy-Efficient Communications (MIMAX)”

    1. Álvaro Gonzalo, Ignacio Santamaría, Javier Vía, Fouad Gholam, Ralf Eickhoff
      Pages 136-147
    2. Thorsten Jungeblut, Ralf Dreesen, Mario Porrmann, Michael Thies, Ulrich Rückert, Uwe Kastens
      Pages 148-159
    3. Fouad Gholam, Javier Vía, Alfredo Nazábal, Ignacio Santamaría
      Pages 171-179
  5. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Security and Resilience in the Future Internet (SECURE)”

    1. Alexandros Zaharis, Adamantini Martini, Panayotis Kikiras, George Stamoulis
      Pages 192-202
    2. Massimo Ficco, Luigi Romano
      Pages 203-215
    3. Ioannis G. Askoxylakis, Theo Tryfonas, John May, Apostolos Traganitis
      Pages 216-228
    4. Giacomo de Meulenaer, François-Xavier Standaert
      Pages 229-242
    5. Yong Ki Lee, Lejla Batina, Dave Singelée, Ingrid Verbauwhede
      Pages 254-267
    6. Michele Guglielmi, Igor Nai, Andres Perez-Garcia, Christos Siaterlis
      Pages 268-279
  6. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Self-Management in Future Internet Wireless Networks (SELFNET)”

    1. Dzmitry Kliazovich, Neumar Malheiros, Nelson L. S. da Fonseca, Fabrizio Granelli, Edmundo Madeira
      Pages 280-291
    2. Apostolos Kousaridas, Nancy Alonistioti
      Pages 292-301
    3. Ioannis P. Chochliouros, Anastasia S. Spiliopoulou, Maria Belesioti, Evangelos Sfakianakis, George Diakonikolaou, Andreas Rigas et al.
      Pages 302-317
    4. Ioannis P. Chochliouros, Evangelos Sfakianakis, Apostolis Kousaridas, Jens Modeker, David Wagner, Anastasia S. Spiliopoulou et al.
      Pages 318-333
  7. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Distributed Wireless Networking Experimental Infrastructure for Optimization and Convergence (ICARUS)”

    1. Fernando López Aguilar, Gorka Rubio Cidre, José Manuel López López, Javier Regidor Paris
      Pages 356-367
    2. Ma Carmen Lucas-Estañ, Salva Garrigas, Javier Gozálvez, Jose Monserrat, Julen Maneros, Fernando López et al.
      Pages 368-379
    3. Muhammad Alam, Jonathan Rodriguez
      Pages 380-387
    4. Sebastian Caban, José A. García-Naya, Christian Mehlführer, Luis Castedo, Markus Rupp
      Pages 388-399
  8. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Critical Information Infrastructure Protection: Where We Stand and Where We Are Heading To (CIIP)”

    1. Abdelmajid Khelil, Sebastian Jeckel, Daniel Germanus, Neeraj Suri
      Pages 400-414
    2. Gareth Tyson, Adam T. Lindsay, Steven Simpson, David Hutchison
      Pages 415-426
    3. Giorgia Lodi, Roberto Baldoni, Hisain Elshaafi, Barry P. Mulcahy, György Csertán, László Gönczy
      Pages 427-439
    4. Stefano Avallone, Salvatore D’Antonio
      Pages 440-450
  9. MobiLight 2010 – Special Session on “Advanced Wireless Technologies for a Converged Ultra-Broadband Home Network (OMEGA)”

    1. Jean-Philippe Javaudin, Martial Bellec, Gilles Goni, Rafael Gonzalez Fuentetaja
      Pages 464-471
    2. Salvatore D’Alessandro, Andrea M. Tonello
      Pages 472-483
    3. Mike Wolf, Jianhui Li, Liane Grobe, Dominic O’Brien, Hoa Le Minh, Olivier Bouchet
      Pages 484-495
    4. Mahdi Pirmoradian, Christos Politis, Emmanouil A. Panaousis
      Pages 496-505
  10. MobiLight 2010 – Special Sessions on “Advances on Indoor Positioning and Multiuser Scheduling (NEWCOM++)” and “Relay-Based Next Generation Wireless Broadband Networks and Associated Components (REWIND)”

    1. Eva Lagunas, Lorenzo Taponecco, Montse Nájar, Antonio D’Amico
      Pages 506-517
    2. Pol Henarejos, Ana Perez-Neira, Velio Tralli, Marco Moretti, Nikos Dimitriou, Giulio Dainelli
      Pages 530-542
    3. Nikos Athanasopoulos, Panagiotis Tsiakas, Konstantinos Voudouris, Iraklis Georgas, George Agapiou
      Pages 543-554
  11. EUMOBILE 2010 – 1st European Symposium on “Mobility Management”

    1. Lampros Dounis, Michail Tsagaropoulos, Ilias Politis, Tasos Dagiuklas
      Pages 555-566
    2. Karel De Vogeleer, David Erman, Markus Fiedler, Adrian Popescu
      Pages 567-578

About these proceedings


Following the success of the First MOBILIGHT 2009 in Athens, Greece, the Second International Conference on Mobile Lightweight Systems (MOBILIGHT) was held in Barcelona, Spain on May 10-12, 2010. It was not an easy decision to carry on organizing a scientific event on wireless communications, where competition is really enormous. This decision was motivated by discussion with many colleagues about the current unprecedented demand for lig- weight, wireless communication devices with high usability and performance able to support added-value services in a highly mobile environment. Such devices follow the users everywhere they go (at work, at home, while travelling, in a classroom, etc. ) and result in exciting research, development and business opportunities. Such scenarios clearly demand significant upgrades to the existing communication paradigm in terms of infrastructure, devices and services to support the “anytime, anywhere, any device” philosophy, providing novel and fast-evolving requirements and expectations on - search and development in the field of information and communication technologies. The core issue is to support wireless users' desire for 24/7 network availability and transparent access to "their own" services. In this context, we continue to envision an international forum where practitioners and researchers coming from the many areas involved in lightweight wireless systems’ design and deployment would be able to interact and exchange experiences.


MANET QoS UMTS WIMAX WLAN WMAN ad hoc networks business models cognitive radio communication home networks p2p scheduling sensor networks smart homes

Editors and affiliations

  • Periklis Chatzimisios
    • 1
  • Christos Verikoukis
    • 2
  • Ignacio Santamaría
    • 3
  • Massimiliano Laddomada
    • 4
  • Oliver Hoffmann
    • 5
  1. 1.Department of InformaticsTechnological Educational Institution of ThessalonikiSindos, ThessalonikiGreece
  2. 2.Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunications de CatalunyaParc Mediterrani de la TecnologiaCastellfels, BarcelonaSpain
  3. 3.Dpto. Ingeniería de ComunicacionesUniversidad de CantabriaSantanderSpain
  4. 4.Texas A&M UniversityTexarkanaUSA
  5. 5.TU Dortmund, Lehrstuhl für KommunikationstechnikDortmundGermany

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