Denis Carvin

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As the first International Tables volume devoted to the crystallography of large biological molecules, Volume F is intended to complement existing volumes of International Tables for Crystallography. A background history of the subject is followed by a concise introduction to the basic theory of X-ray diffraction and other requirements for the practice of(More)
Information on the preparation and characterization of heavy-atom derivatives of protein crystals has been collected, either from the literature or directly from protein crystallographers, and assembled in the form of a heavy-atom data bank (HAD). The data bank contains coordinate data for the heavy-atom positions in a form that is compatible with the(More)
The last decade has seen an increasing interest for wireless communications. With the current use of smart-phones and tablets, together with the rise of the Internet of Things, the number of mobile nodes in networks is significantly changing the way they are managed. Indeed, these wireless networks are highly dynamic, mainly, regarding topology and traffic(More)
—This last decade has seen an increasing interest for wireless communications. With the current use of smart-phones and tablets coupled to the rise of the Internet of Things, the number of mobile terminal nodes in networks will significantly change the way we manage them. Indeed, these wireless networks are highly dynamic, especially concerning topology and(More)
In this paper, we propose a method to distributively monitor a dynamic mobile network. For this purpose, we take advantage of the consensus theory to provide each node with a common view of the network. More specifically, we give a decentralized algorithm to estimate a time-varying distribution, where each node has a partial information on this(More)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a promising theme of research. Covering subjects from micro-electronic to social sciences with a major field in computing, network and telecommunication. It is judged as the future of the today's Internet. The main idea is to benefit from an ambient intelligence instantiated by objects assisting humans in their daily tasks.(More)
We investigate how to build a non-intrusive scheduled TCP. For the flows of a given origin-destination pair, the objective is to schedule their TCP segments (according to some desired criteria) without modifying the network bandwidth-share used by these flows, which in turn ensures friendliness with respect to the rest of the network. We show that in order(More)
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