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Underwater sensor networks: applications, advances and challenges
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Underwater wireless sensing systems are envisioned for stand-alone applications and control of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), and as addition to cabled systems. Expand
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Improving Simulation for Network Research
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This paper describes ns, a widely used, multi-protocol network simulator designed to address the needs of networking researchers. Expand
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Analysis of HTTP Performance
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We discuss the performance effects of using per-transaction TCP connections for HTTP access, and the proposed optimizations of avoiding each transaction re-connection and TCP slow-start restart. Expand
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Scalable Coordination for Wireless Sensor Networks: Self-Configuring Localization Systems
Pervasive networks of micro-sensors and actuators offer to revolutionize the ways in which we understand and construct complex physical systems. Sensor networks must be scalable, long-lived andExpand
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Detection of low-rate attacks in computer networks
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This paper develops two parametric methods to detect low-rate denial-of-service attacks and other similar near-periodic traffic, without the need for flow separation. Expand
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Effects of Detail in Wireless Network Simulation
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We evaluate the effects of detail in fi ve case studies of wireless simulations for protocol design. Expand
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Underwater Sensor Networking : Research Challenges and Potential Applications
This report summarizes our research directions in underwater sensor networks. We highlight potential applications to off-shore oilfields for seismic monitoring, equipment monitoring, and underwaterExpand
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Inherent Behaviors for On-line Detection of Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
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We identify several behaviors that are inherent to peer-to-peer (P2P) traffic and demonstrate that they can detect both BitTorrent and Gnutella hosts using only packet header and timing information. Expand
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Experimental Analysis of Concurrent Packet Transmissions in Low-Power Wireless Networks
We undertake a systematic experimental study of the effects of concurrent packet transmissions in low-power wireless networks. Our measurements, conducted with Mica2 motes equipped with CC1000Expand
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Detecting Early Worm Propagation through Packet Matching
In this paper, we present DEWP, a router-based system designed to automatically detect and quarantine Internet worm propagation. DEWP detects worm probing trac by matching destination port numbersExpand
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