Cheng-Kuan Bryan Ng

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Selfish nodes are nodes that are reluctant to forward packets for others in wireless mesh networks. One of the effective techniques to remove them is to share the information of identified selfish nodes in the network. However, most selfish node detection schemes rarely address the trustworthiness of their shared information in the network. It turns(More)
The recent study [6] on fountain-based protocol (FBP) suggested that TCP nodes have incentive to switch to FBP approach in order to gain higher throughput with the trade-off of redundant packets. Moreover, it is reported that a network of FBP nodes only and sending at maximum speed will not degrade the overall throughput, as compared to the typical network(More)
Rateless erasure code (REC) is an erasure code, where the encoder generates a potentially infinite number of encoded symbols and the original message can be reconstructed from a sufficient number of correctly received packets. Many REC-based transmission protocols have been proposed for improving network throughput in lossy channel. However,(More)
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