3rd MobiWac 2005 IEEE International Workshop on Mobility Management and Wireless Access

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Monday, June 13, 2005 - Thursday, June 16, 2005
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Maui, Hawaii, USA
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Wireless communications technology is enjoying its fastest growth period in history. This unprecedented growth continues to affect the way that we live, work and play. Yet solutions for mobile wireless access are still in the early stages of development. The MobiWAC workshop solicits papers from researchers and practitioners that address architectures, technologies and protocols for mobile computing and wireless access.
Topics of particular interest include mobility and location management, ubiquitous and ad hoc access, awareness, mobile computational ambient agents, natural interaction and seamless access. The workshop will include contributed technical papers, invited papers, panel discussions and tools demonstrations. The proceedings will be published by IEEE CS-press.

Authors are encouraged to submit both theoretical and practical results of significance on all aspects of wireless and mobile access technologies with an emphasis on mobility management and wireless access.
The scope of this workshop includes, but is not limited, to:
- Wireless/Mobile Access Protocols
- Wireless Web Access
- Fault Tolerance in Wireless Access Networks
- Application development for embedded electronics and mobile devices
(with J2ME, Wireless Devices, etc.)
- Wireless Multimedia Protocols
- Design and architecture of wireless communication and mobile computing
- Mobile service and QoS management
- Localization and tracking of mobile users
- Pervasive Computing
- Ubiquitous and mobile access
- Security, trust management and privacy issues
- Awareness-dependent wireless applications
- Interactive applications
- Context-awareness
- Wireless, ad hoc and sensor access devices.
- Wireless internet access technologies
- Mobile commerce technologies
- Analysis of correctness and efficiency of protocols
- Modeling of wireless devices and networks
- Innovative approaches to simulation
- Testbeds for experimental analysis
- Wireless Communication and Radio Management
- Mobile database management
- Channel and Ressource Allocation
- Energy and Power Management