Multi-objective optimization model for network selection in multihomed devices
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Nowadays, the increasing diversity of wireless technologies opens the possibility for a mobile device to exploit the aggregated capacity of multiple wireless networks. This aggregated capacity gives different possible assignations of ongoing flows to the available interfaces, that may depend on user-imposed restrictions, applications QoS or energy constraints. In this paper, we model the flow-to-interface assignation problem considering bandwidth and energy constraints as a multiobjective optimization problem and use genetic algorithms to search for optimal solutions. We discuss optimal solutions found through the proposed model.
|Descripción||Ponencia presentada en: Proceedings of IEEE 10th Annual Conference on Wireless On-Demand Network Systems and Services (WONS). March 18-20. Alberta, Canada 2013|
|Institución||Universidad de Los Andes|