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On some principles of nomadic computing and multi-access communications

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1 Author(s)
Kleinrock, L. ; Nomadix Inc., USA

In this article we identify some of the key problems one encounters when thinking about multi-access systems. We begin with a general discussion of nomadic computing and move on to issues of multi-access in a distributed environment. We then specialize to the case of wireless systems, and identify some of the key considerations and algorithms which must be addressed in that environment. Lastly, we identify some of the higher-level issues and principles one should properly keep in mind when investigating the design and behavior of these systems

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 7 )