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A game theoretic framework for bandwidth allocation and pricing in broadband networks
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We present a game theoretic framework for bandwidth allocation for elastic services in high-speed networks based on the idea of the Nash bargaining solution from cooperative game theory. Expand
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Design guidelines for wireless sensor networks: communication, clustering and aggregation
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We present a systematic cost-based analysis of both the modes, and provide results that could serve as guidelines to decide which mode should be used for given settings. Expand
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Joint Resource Allocation and User Association for Heterogeneous Wireless Cellular Networks
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We propose a unified static framework to study the interplay of user association and resource allocation in heterogeneous cellular networks. Expand
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Homogeneous vs heterogeneous clustered sensor networks: a comparative study
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This paper presents a cost based comparative study of homogeneous and heterogeneous clustered sensor networks. Expand
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A minimum cost heterogeneous sensor network with a lifetime constraint
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We consider a heterogeneous sensor network in which nodes are to be deployed over a unit area for the purpose of surveillance. Expand
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The brewing storm in cloud gaming: A measurement study on cloud to end-user latency
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We demonstrate through a large-scale measurement study that the current cloud infrastructure is unable to meet the strict latency requirements necessary for acceptable game play for many end-users, thus limiting the number of potential users for an on-demand gaming service. Expand
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What is the right model for wireless channel interference?
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In wireless communications, the desired wireless signal is typically decoded by treating the sum of all the other ongoing signal transmissions as noise. Expand
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Does Compressed Sensing Improve the Throughput of Wireless Sensor Networks?
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We propose two different ways (plain-CS and hybrid-CS) of applying CS to WSNs at the networking layer, in the form of a particular data aggregation mechanism. Expand
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Compressed Data Aggregation: Energy-Efficient and High-Fidelity Data Collection
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We focus on wireless sensor networks (WSNs) that perform data collection with the objective of obtaining the whole dataset at the sink (as opposed to a function of the dataset). Expand
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An address-light, integrated MAC and routing protocol for wireless sensor networks
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We propose an address-light, integrated MAC and routing protocol (abbreviated AIMRP) for wireless sensor networks (WSN) for detecting rare events which require prompt detection and response. Expand
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