Abstract: Many network services may be improved or enabled by successful predictions of users' future mobility. The success of predictions depend on how much accuracy can be achieved on real data and on the sensitivity of particular applications to this achievable accuracy. We investigate these issues for the case of advanced bandwidth reservation using real WLAN traces collected on the Dartmouth College campus.
Keywords: mobile computing, wireless, network
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