Mining Behavioral Groups in Large Wireless LANs
Source: University of Florida
One vision of future wireless networks is that they will be deeply integrated and embedded in the lives and will involve the use of personalized mobile devices. User behavior in such networks is bound to affect the network performance. It is imperative to study and characterize the fundamental structure of wireless user behavior in order to model, manage, leverage and design efficient mobile networks. It is also important to make such study as realistic as possible, based on extensive measurements collected from existing deployed wireless networks.