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CORR
2007
Springer
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Throughput Scaling in Random Wireless Networks: A Non-Hierarchical Multipath Routing Strategy
— Franceschetti et al. [1] have recently shown that per-node throughput in an extended (i.e., geographically expanding), ad hoc wireless network with Θ(n) randomly distributed n...
Awlok Josan, Mingyan Liu, David L. Neuhoff, S. San...
CORR
2007
Springer
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Throughput Scaling Laws for Wireless Networks with Fading Channels
—A network of n communication links, operating over a shared wireless channel, is considered. Fading is assumed to be the dominant factor affecting the strength of the channels b...
Masoud Ebrahimi, Mohammad Ali Maddah-Ali, Amir K. ...
COMCOM
2007
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On-the-fly TCP path selection algorithm in access link load balancing
—Many enterprises install multiple access links for fault tolerance or bandwidth enlargement. Dispatching connections through good links is the ultimate goal in utilizing multipl...
Ying-Dar Lin, Shih-Chiang Tsao, Un-Pio Leong
CORR
2006
Springer
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Scheduling and Codeword Length Optimization in Time Varying Wireless Networks
Abstract-- In this paper, a downlink scenario in which a singleantenna base station communicates with K single antenna users, over a time-correlated fading channel, is considered. ...
Mehdi Ansari Sadrabadi, Alireza Bayesteh, Amir K. ...
CN
2006
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Loss strategies for competing AIMD flows
We study in this paper two competing AIMD flows that share a common bottleneck link. When congestion occurs, one (or both) flows will suffer a loss that will cause its throughput ...
Eitan Altman, Rachid El Azouzi, David Ros, Bruno T...
AHSWN
2006
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Re-routing Instability in IEEE 802.11 Multi-hop Ad-hoc Networks
TCP throughput instability is a well-known phenomenon in IEEE 802.11 multi-hop ad-hoc networks. However, we find that this problem is not restricted to TCP traffic only, but also ...
Ping Chung Ng, Soung Chang Liew
DEDS
2010
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On the Performance Evaluation of Multi-Guarded Marked Graphs with Single-Server Semantics
In discrete event systems, a given task can start executing when all the required input data are available. The required input data for a given task may change along the evolution...
Jorge Júlvez, Jordi Cortadella, Michael Kis...
CORR
2010
Springer
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On the Design of Efficient CSMA Algorithms for Wireless Networks
Recently, it has been shown that CSMA algorithms which use queue length-based link weights can achieve throughput optimality in wireless networks. In particular, a key result by Ra...
Javad Ghaderi, R. Srikant
BMCBI
2010
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SEQADAPT: an adaptable system for the tracking, storage and analysis of high throughput sequencing experiments
Background: High throughput sequencing has become an increasingly important tool for biological research. However, the existing software systems for managing and processing these ...
David B. Burdick, Christopher C. Cavnor, Jeremy Ha...
ICDCS
2010
IEEE
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Design of Non-orthogonal Multi-channel Sensor Networks
—A critical issue in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is represented by the network throughput. To meet the throughput requirement, researchers propose multi-channel design in 802...
Xing Xu, Ji Luo, Qian Zhang
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