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Predictive Dynamic Spectrum Access
This paper explores the idea of predictive dynamic spectrum access (PDSA). Modern spectrum resource allocation research typically divides users into two classes: primary users and secondary users.Expand
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MeshTest: Laboratory-Based Wireless Testbed for Large Topologies
  • T. Clancy, B. Walker
  • Computer Science
  • 3rd International Conference on Testbeds and…
  • 21 May 2007
Mobile, ad-hoc, wireless networks offer an interesting paradigm for ubiquitous connectivity. They have many proposed applications, and with every application comes new protocols. To test suchExpand
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Language-reconfigurable universal phone recognition
A facial cleanser especially useful for the removal of eye make-up is disclosed. A combination of mineral oil, certain phosphate esters and high molecular weight carboxy vinyl polymers, in theExpand
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Nullspace-based stopping conditions for network-coded transmissions in DTNs
In a challenged network environment, where end-to-end connectivity may be a rare occurrence, delay-tolerant routing protocols must strike a balance between the increased robustness and reliabilityExpand
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Using persistent homology to recover spatial information from encounter traces
  • B. Walker
  • Computer Science
  • MobiHoc '08
  • 26 May 2008
In order to better understand human and animal mobility and its potential effects on Mobile Ad-Hoc networks and Delay-Tolerant Networks, many researchers have conducted experiments which collectExpand
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Experiments on the spatial distribution of network code diversity in segmented DTNs
Biologists have observed that when a small colony breaks off from a larger population, the colony tends to have less genetic diversity. This phenomenon, called the "founder effect", has an analogy inExpand
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A demonstration of the meshtest wireless testbed for delay-tolerant network research
MeshTest is a laboratory-based multi-hop wireless testbed that can subject real wireless nodes running real DTN implementations to reproducible mobile scenarios. It uses shielded enclosures and an RFExpand
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Using virtualization and live migration in a scalable mobile wireless testbed
Laboratory-based mobile wireless testbeds such as MeshTest and the CMU Wireless Emulator are powerful platforms that allow users to perform controlled, repeatable, mobile wireless experiments in theExpand
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A quantitative evaluation of the MeshTest wireless testbed
The MeshTest testbed is designed to subject wireless devices and protocols to realistic and repeatable mobile scenarios, including multi-hop and disconnected topologies. The testbed makes it possibleExpand
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Development of a Profibus network and WinCC SCADA environment for educational purposes
Through the course of the Industrial Computer Systems degree students are exposed to fieldbus technologies and SCADA systems through research projects without the use of practical componentry. ThisExpand
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