Imran Rao

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  • Lorenzo Casaburi, Rocco Macchiavello, Patrick Foster, Maitreesh Francois, Supreet Ghatak, Asim Kaur +13 others
  • 2015
This paper documents how saving constraints can spill over into other markets. When producers value saving devices, trustworthy buyers can offer them infrequent payments—a commitment tool—and purchase at a lower price. This affects the nature of competition in the output market. We present a model of this interlinked saving-output market for the case of the(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) generate massive amount of live data and events sensed through dispersedly deployed tiny sensors. This generated data needed to be disseminate to the sink with slight consumption of network resources. One of the ways to efficiently transmit this bulk data is gossiping. An important consideration in gossip-based dissemination(More)
In distributed and high performance applications it it is necessary to discover the aggregate resource capabilities of the collaborating peers. Another requirement of these applications is to locate the resources meeting the given aggregate search criteria. In this paper we present an unstructured peer-to-peer approach to <i>aggregate node</i> selection for(More)
Due to mobility, energy limitations, and unreliable wireless channels, applications running on mobile devices suffer from faults such as temporary disconnection and data loss. We, therefore, need a fault tolerance mechanism to guarantee their smooth working and performance. In this paper, we present a novel proxy-based uncoordinated checkpointing scheme(More)