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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
The next generation multimedia applications such as video conferencing and HDTV have raised tremendous challenges on the network design, both in bandwidth and service. AsExpand
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Multihop Range-Free Localization in Anisotropic Wireless Sensor Networks: A Pattern-Driven Scheme
This paper focuses on multihop range-free localization in anisotropic wireless sensor networks. In anisotropic networks, geometric distance between a pair of sensor nodes is not always proportionalExpand
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A Survey on Platoon-Based Vehicular Cyber-Physical Systems
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 distanceExpand
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Coding-Based Data Broadcast Scheduling in On-Demand Broadcast
According to data broadcast, we can satisfy multiple requests for the same data item in a broadcast tick. However, there is no significant breakthrough in performance improvement until recently thatExpand
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MAGIC: A distributed MAx-Gain In-network Caching strategy in information-centric networks
  • Jing Ren, Wen Qi, +4 authors S. Wang
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Conference on Computer Communications…
  • 8 July 2014
Information centric networks (ICNs) allow content objects to be cached within the network, so as to provide efficient data delivery. Existing works on in-network caches mainly focus on minimizing theExpand
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News impact on stock price return via sentiment analysis
Financial news articles are believed to have impacts on stock price return. Previous works model news pieces in bag-of-words space, which analyzes the latent relationship between word statisticalExpand
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Data fusion improves the coverage of wireless sensor networks
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been increasingly available for critical applications such as security surveillance and environmental monitoring. An important performance measure of suchExpand
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A technology-agnostic MTJ SPICE model with user-defined dimensions for STT-MRAM scalability studies
The development of a scalable and user-friendly SPICE model is a key aspect of exploring the potential of spin-transfer torque MRAM (STT-MRAM). A self-contained magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) SPICEExpand
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On Swarm Intelligence Inspired Self-Organized Networking: Its Bionic Mechanisms, Designing Principles and Optimization Approaches
Inspired by swarm intelligence observed in social species, the artificial self-organized networking (SON) systems are expected to exhibit some intelligent features (e.g., flexibility, robustness,Expand
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Self-organization paradigms and optimization approaches for cognitive radio technologies: a survey
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. However,Expand
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