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RTSS
2007
IEEE
13 years 11 months ago
Energy-Aware Scheduling of Real-Time Tasks in Wireless Networked Embedded Systems
Recent technological advances have opened up several distributed real-time applications involving battery-driven embedded devices with local processing and wireless communication ...
G. Sudha Anil Kumar, G. Manimaran
DSRT
2003
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Enabling Real-Time Distributed Virtual Simulation over the Internet Using Host-Based Overlay Multicast
Many-to-many multicast transmission is an essential network capability for scalable distributed simulation. The many open issues that make network-layer multicast impractical over...
Dennis M. Moen, J. Mark Pullen
EMS
2009
IEEE
14 years 6 days ago
Accurate Timeliness Simulations for Real-Time Wireless Sensor Networks
—The use of wireless sensor networks is rapidly growing in various types of applications that benefit from spatially distributed data collection. Some of these applications, suc...
Jérôme Rousselot, Jean-Dominique Deco...
ANSS
2008
IEEE
13 years 12 months ago
Beyond the Model of Persistent TCP Flows: Open-Loop vs Closed-Loop Arrivals of Non-persistent Flows
It is common for simulation and analytical studies to model Internet traffic as an aggregation of mostly persistent TCP flows. In practice, however, flows follow a heavytailed ...
Ravi S. Prasad, Constantine Dovrolis
PIMRC
2010
IEEE
13 years 3 months ago
Frame delay distribution analysis of IEEE 802.11 networks using Signal Flow Graphs
Frame delay variance in CSMA/CA networks is large. Wireless applications may require both, limited mean delay and limited delay jitter. These parameters can be derived easily from ...
Ralf Jennen, Sebastian Max, Bernhard Walke