Fadwa Boubekeur

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The diameter of a network is one of the most fundamental network parameters. Being able to compute the diameter is an important problem in the analysis of large networks, and moreover this parameter has many important practical applications in real networks. As a consequence, it is natural to study this problem in a distributed system, and more specifically(More)
Gathering the required measurements to produce accurate results for mobile communications and wireless networking protocols, technologies and applications, relies on the use of expensive experimental computer networking facilities. Until very recently, large-scale testbed facilities have existed in separate silos, each with its own authentication mechanisms(More)
RPL is an open routing protocol standardized by the ROLL group of IETF for constrained IP smart objects. It is one of the emergent protocols dedicated for Low Power and Lossy Networks (LLNs). Unfortunately, RPL suffers from significant packet loss due to the instability of the routes, and from a poor updates. Most of the existing solutions dedicated to(More)
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