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Wireless Networked Control Systems (NCS) are increasingly deployed to monitor and control Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). To achieve and maintain a desirable level of performance, NCS face significant challenges posed by the scarce wireless resource and network dynamics. In this paper, we consider NCS consisting of multiple physical plant and digital(More)
Neural networks, which make no assumption about data distribution, have achieved improved image classification results compared to traditional methods. Unfortunately, a neural network is generally perceived as being a ‘black box’. It is extremely difficult to document how specific classification decisions are reached. Fuzzy systems, on the other hand, have(More)
Joint congestion control and scheduling has been widely applied to resource allocation in multi-hop wireless networks. Existing algorithms usually rely on seamless cooperation between network components to seek the optimal solution. However, this is unrealistic considering the presence of time delay and channel capacity perturbation in real wireless(More)
Understanding user behavior in online video streaming is essential to designing streaming systems which provide user-oriented service. However, it is challenging to gain insightful knowledge of the characteristics of user behavior due to its high volatility. To this end, the paper provides an extensive analysis of user behavior in online video streaming,(More)
The goal of this paper is to minimize service disruption, a unique phenomenon in peer-to-peer (P2P) streaming system and the major contributing factor to degrade user experience. In order to improve its streaming quality and stability, a P2P system should select peers with abundant bandwidth resource and prospect longevity as the parents of other peers.(More)