Amir Masoud Rahmani

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Wireless sensor networks consist of a large number of small, low-power sensors that communicate through wireless links. Wireless sensor networks for healthcare have emerged in recent years as a result of the need to collect data about patients' physical, physiological, and vital signs in the spaces ranging from personal to hospital and availability of the(More)
In recent years, grid technology has had such a fast growth that it has been used in many scientific experiments and research centers. A large number of storage elements and computational resources are combined to generate a grid which gives us shared access to extra computing power. In particular, data grid deals with data intensive applications and(More)
The increasing demand on execution of large-scale Cloud workflow applications which need a robust and elastic computing infrastructure usually lead to the use of high-performance Grid computing clusters. As the owners of Cloud applications expect to fulfill the requested Quality of Services (QoS) by the Grid environment, an adaptive scheduling mechanism is(More)
This paper presents a new negotiation model for designing Market-and Behavior-driven Negotiation Agents (MBDNAs) that address computational grid resource allocation problem. To determine the amount of concession for each trading cycle, the MBDNAs are guided by six factors: (1) number of negotiator's trading partners, (2) number of negotiator's competitors,(More)
In recent years wireless mesh networks have been deployed and grown in popularity in many metropolitan areas. The deployment of such networks has allowed clients to gain access to publicly available broadband networks. The lack of standards and support for multicasting over wireless mesh networks makes this area very challenging as well as providing much(More)