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Dynamic overlay routing based on available bandwidth estimation: A simulation study
Dynamic overlay routing has been proposed as a way to enhance the reliability and performance of IP networks. The major premise is that overlay routing can bypass congestion, tran...
Yong Zhu, Constantinos Dovrolis, Mostafa H. Ammar
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2006
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Universal IP multicast delivery
Many applications can benefit from ubiquitous availability of multicast delivery. Unfortunately IP multicast coverage on the Internet is spotty at best, limited to individual camp...
Beichuan Zhang, Wenjie Wang, Sugih Jamin, Daniel M...
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2006
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Error resilient image transport in wireless sensor networks
In this paper, we propose an "in-network" diversity combining scheme for image transport over wireless sensor networks. We consider a wireless sensor network with both w...
Huaming Wu, Alhussein A. Abouzeid
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2006
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Understanding when location-hiding using overlay networks is feasible
Overlay networks (proxy networks) have been used as a communication infrastructure to allow applications to communicate with users without revealing their IP addresses. Such proxy...
Ju Wang, Andrew A. Chien
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2006
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Cross-sharing vs. self-sharing trees for protecting multicast sessions in mesh networks
In this study, we investigate a cost-effective approach for protecting several multicast sessions from any link failure in an optical network. The approach, referred to as cross-s...
Narendra K. Singhal, Canhui Ou, Biswanath Mukherje...
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2006
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Optical networks
Harry G. Perros
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2006
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An analysis of convergence delay in path vector routing protocols
Dan Pei, Beichuan Zhang, Daniel Massey, Lixia Zhan...
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2006
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Reputation-based policies that provide the right incentives in peer-to-peer environments
Peer-to-peer are popular environments for exchanging services. A reputation mechanism is a proper means of discovering low-performing peers that fail to provide their services. In...
Thanasis G. Papaioannou, George D. Stamoulis
CN
2006
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A queueing model for HTTP traffic over IEEE 802.11 WLANs
Daniele Miorandi, Arzad Alam Kherani, Eitan Altman
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