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Performance analysis of unslotted CSMA/CA in wireless networks
In this paper a novel analytical model for the saturation throughput of unslotted Carrier Sensing Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA) in wireless networks is proposed. A fixed point… Expand
Buffer Occupation Probability of Trace-Driven Background Streams in Hybrid Simulation
- B. Lauwens, B. Scheers, A. D. Capelle
- Computer Science
- IEEE International Conference on Communications
- 24 June 2007
In this paper, numerical calculation schemes of the buffer occupation probability for a buffer which is fed by a large number of independent and stationary sources are evaluated. The resulting buffer… Expand
Characterization of background traffic in hybrid network simulation
Abstract : The information transfer across the battlespace is expanding at an ever increasing pace. Simulations have to be carried out to ensure the quality of service of the different applications… Expand
Hybrid simulation of a FIFO queuing system with trace-driven background traffic
This paper introduces a novel hybrid packet-event / fluid-flow network simulation scheme. A packet-event simulation technique uses the arrivals and the departures of packets to model the queuing… Expand
Throughput Analysis of Multi-Hop CSMA/CA Wireless Networks
In this paper an accurate model for the evaluation of the throughput in a CSMA/CA multi-hop wireless network with arbitrary topology is proposed. A fixed-point procedure is developed based on an… Expand
On the non-singularity of the quasi-Newton-least squares method
- R. Haelterman, J. Petit, B. Lauwens, Helena Bruyninckx, J. Vierendeels
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- J. Comput. Appl. Math.
- 1 February 2014
We show that, for an affine problem, the approximate Jacobian of the Quasi-Newton-Least Squares method cannot become singular before the solution has been reached.
Random walk on temporal networks with lasting edges
We consider random walks on dynamical networks where edges appear and disappear during finite time intervals. The process is grounded on three independent stochastic processes determining the… Expand
Pattern formation in a two-component reaction–diffusion system with delayed processes on a network
Reaction–diffusion systems with time-delay defined on complex networks have been studied in the framework of the emergence of Turing instabilities. The use of the Lambert W-function allowed us to get… Expand
Theory of Turing Patterns on Time Varying Networks.
The process of pattern formation for a multispecies model anchored on a time varying network is studied. A nonhomogeneous perturbation superposed to an homogeneous stable fixed point can be amplified… Expand
Design considerations for an electromagnetic railgun firing intelligent bursts to be used against anti-ship missiles
- Johan Gallant, Tom Vancaeyzeele, Ben Lauwens, Barbara Wild, Farid Alouahabi, Markus Schneider
- 17th International Symposium on Electromagnetic…
- 7 July 2014
Railguns can reach higher muzzle velocities and fire rates than conventional guns. Muzzle velocities up to 2400 m/s and fires rates of more than 50 Hz have already been demonstrated with projectiles… Expand