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This paper brings into focus the need for a systematic approach to qualify in-house powerline equipment and networks for audio and video (AV) streaming applications. We present a simple isolated powerline network, suitable as a basic reference network for AV application tests, and elaborate on the possibility to extend this into a more complex AV reference(More)
This paper focuses on a systematical method for introducing noise (jammers) into a powerline network in order to measure the consequences on QoS for operating in-house powerline equipment under noisy conditions. Different kinds of jamming noise are introduced to a basic powerline network, and the bandwidth (throughput) is measured and compared for different(More)
This paper describes a supervised reinforcement learning-based model for discrete environment domains. The model was tested within the domain of backgammon game. Our results show that a supervised actor-critic based learning model is capable of improving the initial performance and then eventually reach similar performance levels as those obtained by(More)
  • B. Jensen
  • 2008
With suitable experimental measurements, it is possible to investigate the performance and quality of the MAC and physical layer implementation of different powerline communication equipment. In this paper, we present a new method for benchmarking and test of commercially available powerline adapters' ability to recovery from the influence of overload noise(More)
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