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Optimal Cloudlet Placement and User to Cloudlet Allocation in Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks
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Mobile applications are becoming increasingly computation-intensive, while the computing capability of portable mobile devices is limited. Expand
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A dynamic user authentication scheme for wireless sensor networks
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We propose a dynamic strong-password based solution to this access control problem and adapt it into a wireless sensor network environment. Expand
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Wi-Sleep: Contactless Sleep Monitoring via WiFi Signals
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We introduce Wi-Sleep, the first sleep monitoring system based on WiFi signals to monitor a person’s sleep. Expand
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Named Data Networking: A survey
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We introduce a novel taxonomy to study NDN features in depth. Expand
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Random-walk based approach to detect clone attacks in wireless sensor networks
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In this paper, we first show that in order to avoid existing drawbacks, replica-detection protocols must be non-deterministic and fully distributed (NDFD), and fulfill three security requirements on witness selection. Expand
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Adaptive Traffic Light Control in Wireless Sensor Network-Based Intelligent Transportation System
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We investigate the problem of adaptive traffic light control using real-time traffic information collected by a wireless sensor network (WSN). Expand
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Accurate and Energy-Efficient Range-Free Localization for Mobile Sensor Networks
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In this paper, we propose an energy efficient algorithm, called WMCL, which can achieve both high sampling efficiency and high localization accuracy in various scenarios. Expand
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High quality participant recruitment in vehicle-based crowdsourcing using predictable mobility
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The potential of crowdsourcing for complex problem solving has been revealed by smartphones. Expand
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A Framework for Partitioning and Execution of Data Stream Applications in Mobile Cloud Computing
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The advances in technologies of cloud computing and mobile computing enable the newly emerging mobile cloud computing paradigm. Expand
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An Energy-Aware Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks
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We propose a novel energy-aware routing protocol (EAP) for a long-lived sensor network that significantly outperforms LEACH and HEED in terms of network lifetime and the amount of data gathered. Expand
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