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Prof. Ramjee Prasad is Director of the Center for TeleInFrastuktur - CTIF - atAalborg University in Denmark, he is also editor-in-chief of our Wireless Personal Communications journal. Prof. Prasad has published some 20 books for Artech House, now he is looking for new book collaboration with Springer. Besides this, Prof. Parasad recently was awaded the Telenor's Research Award 2005. Telenor's Nordic research prize of NOK 250,000 has been awarded to Professor Ramjee Prasad at the University of Aalborg. He is awarded the prize for his impressive merits within the field of wireless and personal communications. Jon Fredrik Baksaas, CEO Telenor, introduced the winner at the Technoport conference in Trondheim 19 October. Each year Telenor selects a theme for the award in agreement with the international award committee. The subject for 2005 is "Enabling technologies and communication based value added services for the home, leisure and professional environments". Personalised services and universal access adapted to available terminals is a vision for the future development of the telecom industry. Dr. Liljana Gabrilovska was Prof. at Aalborg University and recently returned to Macedonia to head a research institute there.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION. 1.1 What is ad hoc networking? 1.2 Services and Applications. 1.3 A glance of history. 1.4 Definition and enabling technologies. 1.5 Organization of the book. References. CHAPTER 2: BASIC CONCEPTS. 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Topology formation. 2.3 Capacity bounds for Ad hoc networks. 2.4 Self-organization and cooperative ad hoc networking. 2.5 Concluding remarks. References. CHAPTER 3: MULTIPLE ACCESS AND ROUTING. 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Physical Layer. 3.3 MAC Layer. 3.4 Routing. 3.5. Concluding remarks. References. CHAPTER 4: CROSS-LAYER OPTIMIZATION. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Layered approach. 4.3 Cross-layer approach. 4.4 Categorization of cross-layer approaches. 4.5 Evolutionary layer-related approaches. 4.6 Revolutionary (alternative) cross-layering approaches. 4.7 Generic cross-layer design. 4.8 A cautionary perspective on cross-layer design. 4.9 Projects and implementations. 4.10 Concluding remarks. References. CHAPTER 5: QUALITY OF SERVICES. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Quality of Service, what it is? 5.3 Classification of QoS solutions. 5.4 MAC layer QoS solution - IEEE 802.11 enhancements. 5.5 QoS framework for mobile ad hoc networks. 5.6 Concluding remarks. References. CHAPTER 6: SERVICE DISCOVERY. 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Definition and goals of SD. 6.3 Service discovery entities. 6.4 Service discovery phases and mechanisms. 6.5 Functional issues. 6.6 Service discovery architectures. 6.7 New service discovery paradigms. 6.8 Projects addressing service discovery. 6.9 Concluding remarks. References. Appendix. CHAPTER 7: MOBILITY. 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Mobility models in ad hoc networks - general remarks. 7.3 Classifications' varieties. 7.4 Relevant metrics. 7.5 Impact of mobility. 7.6 Projects and implementations. 7.7 Concluding remarks. References. CHAPTER 8: SECURITY IN AD HOC NETWORKS. 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Attacksin wireless ad hoc networks. 8.3 Security mechanisms. 8.4 Security schemes. 8.5 Security architectures for ad hoc networks. 8.6 Projects. 8.7 Concluding remarks. References. CHAPTER 9: TOWARDS SEAMLESS COMMUNICATIONS. 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Market trends and growth. 9.3. 4G: what is it all about? 9.4 Ad hoc networks contribution to 4G. 9.5 Towards seamless connectivity. 9.6 Conclusion. References.