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Sonia Aissa, Univ. oi Quebee (Canada) Mohammed Atiquzzaman, U. oi OkIahoma (USA) Paolo Bellavista, DEIS (Italy) Tee-Hiang Cheng, Nanyang Tech. U. (Rep. Singapore) Sudhir S. Dixit, Hewlett-Paekard Labs India (India) Stefano Galli, ASSIA, Ine. (USA) Joan Garcia-Haro, Poly. U. of Cartagena (Spain) Admela Jukan, Teeh. Univ. Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunsehweig (Germany) Vimal Kumar Khanna, mCalibre Teehnologies (India) Janusz Konrad, Boston University (USA) Deep Medhi, Univ. oi Missouri-Kansas City (USA) Nader F. Mir, San Jose State Univ. (USA) Amitabh Mishra, Johns Hopkins University (USA) Seshradi Mohan, University of Arkansas (USA) Glenn Parsons, Ericsson Canada (Canada) Joel Rodrigues, Univ. of Beira Interior (Portugal) Jungwoo Ryoo, The Penn. State Univ.-Altoona (USA) Hady Salloum, Stevens Institute oi Teeh. (USA) Antonio Sánehez Esguevillas, Teleioniea (Spain) Dan Keun Sung, Korea Adv. Ins!. Sci. & Teeh. (Korea) Danny Tsang, Hong Kong U. of Sci. & Tech. (Japan) Chonggang Wang, InterDigital Commun., LLC (USA) Alexander M. Wyg1inski,Worcester Poly. Institute (USA) Series Editors Ad Hoe and Sensor Networks Edoardo Biagioni, U. of Hawaii, Manoa (USA) Silvia Giordano, Univ. of App. Sci. (Switzerland) Automotive Networking and Applieations Wai Chen, Telcordia Teehnologies, Ine (USA) Luea Delgrossi, Mereedes-Benz R&D N.A. (USA) Timo Koseh, BMW Group (Germany) Tadao Saito, University of Tokyo (Japan) Consumer Communieatons and Networking Madjid Merabti, Liverpool John Moores U. (UK) Mario Kolberg, University of Sterling (UK) Stan Moyer, Telcordia (USA) Design & Implementation Sean Moore, Avaya (USA) Salvatore Loreto, Ericsson Researeh (Finland) Integrated Circuitsfor Communieations Charles Chien (USA) Zhiwei Xu, SST Communieation Ine. (USA) Stephen Molloy, Qualcomm (USA) Network and Service Management Series George Pavlou, U. College London (UK) Aiko Pras, U. ofTwente (The Netherlands) Networking Testing Series Yingdar Lin, National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan) Eriea Johnson, University of New Hampshire (USA) Tom MeBeath, Spirent Communieations Ine. (USA) Eduardo Joo, Empirix Ine. (USA) Topies

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