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Ying-Hong Wang (Selection)

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83Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLYing-Hong Wang, Chih-Peng Hsu, Kuo-Feng Huang: The MIH-based vertical handover method for Wi-Fi and WiMAX integrated network. IJAACS 4(3): 319-334 (2011)
71Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLYing-Hong Wang, Chih-Peng Hsu, Chien-Min Lee, Kuo-Feng Huang, Ting-Wei Chang: A Location Mechanism with Mobile Reference Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks. AINA Workshops (1) 2007: 48-55
68Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLYing-Hong Wang, Chih-Peng Hsu, Yi-Chien Lin, Chien-Shan Kuo, Hsin-Yi Ho: A Routing Method by Reactive Energy Decision in Wireless Sensor Networks. AINA Workshops (2) 2007: 701-706
40Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLYing-Hong Wang, Chih-Peng Hsu, Jeng-You Lai: A Mobile IPv6 Based Seamless Handoff Strategy for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks. CIT 2004: 600-605
33Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLJen-Shiun Chiang, Ying-Hong Wang, Chih-Hsiao Tsai, Chih-Peng Hsu: Location Management and Multimedia Communication Service Based on Mobile IP and Cellular IP Network. AINA 2003: 223-228
31Electronic Edition pubzone.org CiteSeerX Google scholar BibTeX bibliographical record in XMLYing-Hong Wang, Hui-Min Huang, Chih-Peng Hsu: Handoff Strategy for Multi-Tier IP-Based Wireless Network. AINA 2003: 790-793

Selection of 6 from 90 records - Ying-Hong Wang has 106 coauthors

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