Jeppe Ledet-Pedersen

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Network coding is a promising technology that has been shown to improve throughput in wireless mesh networks. In this paper, we compare the analytical and experimental performance of COPE-style network coding in IEEE 802.11 ad-hoc networks. In the experiments, we use a lightweight scheme called CATWOMAN that can run on standard WiFi hardware. We present an(More)
Peer-to-peer networks constitute a widely used, cost-effective and scalable technology to distribute bandwidth-intensive content. However, the majority of todays peer-to-peer systems require complex algorithms to schedule what parts of obtained content to forward to other peers. Network Coding (NC) has been proposed as a method for optimizing this(More)
<lb>Autonomous mobile robots are becoming more frequent in companies that require uniform tasks<lb>solutions in their production facilities, to compensate for low human productivity efficiency. Once the<lb>insertion of these robots is complete, human robot interaction (HRI) in the production environment will<lb>be the next step. In certain scenarios these(More)
Due to the increased melting season in the arctic regions, especially in the seas surrounding Greenland, there has been an increased interest in utilizing these water ways, both as a efficient transport route and an attractive leisure destination. However, with heavier traffic comes an increased risk of accidents. Due to the immense size and poor(More)
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