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Efficient routing and wavelength assignment for multicast in WDM networks
  • B. Chen, J. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE J. Sel. Areas Commun.
  • 7 August 2002
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We develop an efficient approximation algorithm for the optimal multicast problem in WDM networks, which consists of an efficient multicast routing algorithm and an optimal wavelength assignment algorithm. Expand
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Multihop Range-Free Localization in Anisotropic Wireless Sensor Networks: A Pattern-Driven Scheme
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This paper focuses on multihop range-free localization in anisotropic wireless sensor networks. Expand
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A Survey on Platoon-Based Vehicular Cyber-Physical Systems
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Vehicles on the road with some common interests can cooperatively form a platoon-based driving pattern, in which a vehicle follows another vehicle and maintains a small and nearly constant distance to the preceding vehicle. Expand
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News impact on stock price return via sentiment analysis
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In this paper, we first implement a generic stock price prediction framework, and plug in six different models with different analyzing approaches. Expand
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Coding-Based Data Broadcast Scheduling in On-Demand Broadcast
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In this work, we propose a generalized encoding framework to incorporate network coding into data scheduling algorithms for on-demand broadcast. Expand
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MAGIC: A distributed MAx-Gain In-network Caching strategy in information-centric networks
  • J. Ren, Wen Qi, +4 authors S. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Conference on Computer Communications…
  • 8 July 2014
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We propose a distributed caching strategy along a data delivery path, called MAGIC, which aims to reduce bandwidth consumption by jointly considering the content popularity and hop reduction. Expand
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Data fusion improves the coverage of wireless sensor networks
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Data fusion can significantly improve sensing coverage by exploiting the collaboration among sensors. Expand
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A technology-agnostic MTJ SPICE model with user-defined dimensions for STT-MRAM scalability studies
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A self-contained magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) SPICE model is proposed in this work which can reproduce realistic MTJ characteristics based on user-defined input parameters such as free layer's length, width, and thickness. Expand
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On Swarm Intelligence Inspired Self-Organized Networking: Its Bionic Mechanisms, Designing Principles and Optimization Approaches
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We survey different aspects of bio-inspired mechanisms and examine various algorithms that have been applied to artificial SON systems. Expand
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Self-organization paradigms and optimization approaches for cognitive radio technologies: a survey
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Cognitive radio is regarded as a promising technology to provide high bandwidth to mobile users via heterogeneous wireless network architectures and dynamic spectrum access techniques. Expand
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