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SEP: A Stable Election Protocol for clustered heterogeneous wireless sensor networks
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We study the impact of heterogeneity of nodes, in terms of their energy, in wireless sensor networks that are hierarchically clustered. Expand
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BRITE: an approach to universal topology generation
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We propose a topology generation framework which improves the state of the art and is based on the design principles of representativeness, inclusiveness, and interoperability. Expand
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On the origin of power laws in Internet topologies
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We study the relevance of each factor in causing the aforementioned power laws as well as other properties, namely diameter, average path length and clustering coefficient in synthetically generated network topologies. Expand
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The war between mice and elephants
  • Liang Guo, I. Matta
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings Ninth International Conference on…
  • 7 May 2001
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We propose to give preferential treatment to short connections inside the bottleneck queue, so that short connections experience less packet drop rate than long connections. Expand
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BRITE: A Flexible Generator of Internet Topologies
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BRITE is a parameterized topology generation tool, which can be used to flexibly control various parameters (such as connectivity and growth models) and study various properties of generated network topologies. Expand
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Networking is IPC: a guiding principle to a better internet
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This position paper outlines a new network architecture that is based on the fundamental principle that networking is interprocess communication (IPC). Expand
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Exploiting the transients of adaptation for RoQ attacks on Internet resources
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We expose an unorthodox adversarial attack that exploits the transients of a system's adaptive behavior, as opposed to its limited steady-state capacity. Expand
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A spectrum of TCP-friendly window-based congestion control algorithms
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This paper presents a comprehensive study of a new spectrum of window-based congestion controls, which are TCP-friendly as well as TCP-compatible under RED. Expand
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End-to-End Inference of Loss Nature in a Hybrid Wired/Wireless Environment
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End-to-End differentiation between wireless and conges- tion loss can equip TCP control so it operates effectively in a hybrid wired/wireless environment. Expand
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