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Modeling the performance of flooding in wireless multi-hop Ad hoc networks
One feature common to most existing routing protocols for wireless mobile ad hoc networks, or MANETs, is the need to flood control messages network-wide during the route acquisiti...
Kumar Viswanath, Katia Obraczka
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2006
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A framework for seamless service interworking in ad-hoc networks
Local area wireless networks are becoming commonplace in our everyday lives. It would be beneficial to establish such wireless networks in an ad-hoc manner so that they are infras...
Linda Källström, Simone Leggio, Jukka Ma...
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2006
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Sleep scheduling for wireless sensor networks via network flow model
The pervasiveness and operational autonomy of mesh-based wireless sensor networks (WSNs) make them an ideal candidate in offering sustained monitoring functions at reasonable cost...
Rick W. Ha, Pin-Han Ho, Sherman X. Shen, Junshan Z...
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2006
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The PFTK-model revised
This paper presents an analytical model of TCP Reno throughput as a function of loss event rate, average round trip time, average retransmission timeout value, and receiver window...
Roman Dunaytsev, Yevgeni Koucheryavy, Jarmo Harju
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2006
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Adaptive ad hoc self-organizing scheduling for quasi-periodic sensor network lifetime
Wireless sensor networks are poised to revolutionize our abilities in sensing and controlling our environment. Power conservation is a primary research concern for these networks....
Sharat C. Visweswara, Rudra Dutta, Mihail L. Sichi...
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2006
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Monitoring access link capacity using TFRC probe
Ling-Jyh Chen, Tony Sun, Guang Yang 0001, M. Y. Sa...
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2006
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Dynamic server selection using fuzzy inference in content distribution networks
To accommodate the exponential growth of Web traffic, Content Distribution Networks (CDN) have been designed and deployed to distribute content to different cache servers, and to ...
Lin Cai, Jun Ye, Jianping Pan, Xuemin Shen, Jon W....
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2006
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Design and implementation of a dynamic protocol framework
-- Future distributed applications are expected to be deployed in an environment that is more dynamic and heterogeneous than ever before. The environment features are difficult to ...
Liming An, Hung Keng Pung, Lifeng Zhou
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2006
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Load-balanced agent activation for value-added network services
In relation to its growth in size and user population, the Internet faces new challenges that have triggered the proposals of value-added network services, e.g., IP multicast, IP ...
Chao Gong, Kamil Saraç, Ovidiu Daescu, Bala...
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2006
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A case for tree evolution in QoS multicasting
The phenomenal growth of group communications and QoS-aware applications over the Internet have accelerated the development of multicasting technologies. The Core-Based Tree (CBT) ...
Anirban Chakrabarti, G. Manimaran
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