Access Networks: 4th International Conference, AccessNets 2009, Hong Kong, China, November 1-3, 2009, Revised Selected Papers (Lecture Notes of the In
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With the rapid growth of the Internet as well as the increasing demand for broadband services, access networks have been receiving growing investments in recent years. This has led to a massive network deployment with the goal of eliminating the ba- width bottleneck between end-users and the network core. Today many diverse te- nologies are being used to provide broadband access to end users. The architecture and performance of the access segment (local loop, wired and wireless access n- works, and even home networks) are getting increasing attention for ensuring quality of service of diverse broadband applications. Moreover, most access lines will no longer terminate on a single device, thus leading to the necessity of having a home network designed for applications that transcend simple Internet access sharing among multiple personal computers and enable multimedia support. Therefore, the access network and its home portion have become a hot investment pool from both a fin- cial as well as a research perspective.
The aim of the annual International Conference on Access Networks (AccessNets) is to provide a forum that brings together scientists and researchers from academia as well as managers and engineers from the industry and government organizations to meet and exchange ideas and recent work on all aspects of access networks and how they integrate with their in-home counterparts. After Athens in 2006, Ottawa in 2007, and Las Vegas in 2008, this year AccessNets moved to Asia for the first time.
ACCESSNETS 2009.- Hybrid Dynamic Bandwidth and Wavelength Allocation Algorithm to Support Multi-Service Level Profiles in a WDM-EPON.- Utility Max-Min Fair Resource Allocation for Diversified Applications in EPON.- Fairness Enhancement for 802.11 MAC.- SWIM: A Scheduler for Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS) in IEEE 802.16e Mobile WiMAX Networks.- Influence of Technical Improvements on the Business Case for a Mobile WiMAX Network.- Optimizing Energy and Modulation Selection in Multi-Resolution Modulation For Wireless Video Broadcast/Multicast.- System Evaluation of PMI Feedback Schemes for MU-MIMO Pairing.- On Mitigating Packet Reordering in FiWi Networks.- Adaptive BU Association and Resource Allocation in Integrated PON-WiMAX Networks.- A Future Access Network Architecture for Providing Personalized Context-Aware Services with Sensors.- How to Optimally Schedule Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks.- Efficient Spectrum Sharing in Cognitive Radio Networks with Implicit Power Control.- Dynamic Spectrum Sharing in Cognitive Radio Femtocell Networks.- Cross-Layer Routing Method for the SCTP with Multihoming MIPv6.- Challenges and Solutions in Vectored DSL.- IWATA Workshop.- Analysis and Suppression of MAI in WiMAX Uplink Communication System with Multiple CFOs.- Capacity of Two-Way Relay Channel.- DP Matching Approach for Streaming Contents Detection Using Traffic Pattern.- A Linear Precoding Design for Multi-Antenna Multicast Broadcast Services with Limited Feedback.- Quantized Beamforming Technique for LTE-Advanced Uplink.
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