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Max-min d-cluster formation in wireless ad hoc networks
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A new heuristic for electing multiple leaders in an ad hoc networks has been presented, called Max-Min Leader Election in Ad Hoc Networks. Expand
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Comparing Prenatal Providers' Approaches to Four Different Risks: Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs, and Domestic Violence
ABSTRACT Objective: We explored prenatal care providers' methods for addressing four behavioral risks in their pregnant patients: alcohol use, smoking, drug use, and domestic violence. Design: WeExpand
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Broadcast scheduling in packet radio networks
  • Thai Vuong, D. Huynh
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings 7th International Conference on…
  • 12 October 1998
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We show that the problem of finding a maximum set of broadcasting stations is NP-complete for unit disc graphs which are perhaps the simplest model of packet radio networks. Expand
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Potential oscillations in formic acid oxidation in electrolyte mixtures: Efficiency and stability
Abstract Potential oscillations were used to probe effects on the oxidation of formic acid from varying the fractions of H 2 SO 4 and HClO 4 in the supporting electrolyte. Two types of experimentsExpand
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Synchronisation de mots de passe
L'invention porte sur un systeme, un procede et une structure de donnees permettant de synchroniser de maniere sure des mots de passe et/ou d'autres informations transmises entre des systemes. LesExpand
I/O performance analysis for network file servers
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The paper presents a performance simulation analysis of different disk storage techniques in typical network file server environments, based on personal computers (PCs). Expand
How on-line partial discharge testing can extend generator life
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On-line partial discharge testing is a useful tool for assessing the condition of stator winding insulation - a key determinant of generator life. Expand
Damage detection in structures using frequency response function (FRF) data and finite element modelling
This thesis presents a method to detect structural damage using frequency response function (FRF) data obtained from non-destructive vibration tests. The method is used to study cases of earlyExpand
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