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Acronym: WI-QOST 
Name: COST 290: Traffic and QOS Management in Wireless Multimedia Networks 
Project status: From: 2004-06-04 To: 2008-06-03 (Completed)
Contract number: MoU 255/04 
Action line: Information and Communication Technologies 
Type (Programme): COST 
Instrument: COST 
Project cost: -
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Project coordinator
Organisation Name: Tampere University of Technology 
Organisation adress: P.O. Box 553, 33101 Tampere, Finland 
Organisation country: Finska 
Contact person name: Yevgeni Koucheryavy  
Contact person email: Email 
Croatian partner
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Croatian partner
Organisation name: Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva 
Organisation address: Unska 3, Zagreb 
Contact person name: Maja Matijašević
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+385 1 6129757  Contact person fax: +385 1 6129832 
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Short description of project
The main objective of the Action is to increase the knowledge on future advanced Multiservice Wireless Networks (MWNs) and specifically on traffic nature and behaviour and its impact on network architecture, performance and planning. Special attention must be given to Quality of Service and related aspects in both access networks and core networks in the presence of mixed multimedia traffic. To accomplish this, new analytical tools, software implementations and prototypes have to be developed. The activities carried out in this Action will bring benefits not only at the national level, but also at the European level. Results will strengthen the position of European research activities and industry in these fields and will help to define new innovative approaches for the QoS provision in the presence of multimedia traffics in mobile networks. 
Short description of the task performed by Croatian partner
FER is involved in Working Group 2 “Mobility and Interoperability”, with a contribution related to Quality of Service adaptation and negotiation in next generation networks and further development of the Dynamic Service Adaptation Model.