Jian-Hui Huang

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Mobile P2P networking is an enabling technology for mobile devices to self-organize in an unstructured style and communicate in a peer-to-peer fashion. Due to user mobility and/or the unrestricted switching on/off of the mobile devices, links are intermittently connected and end-to-end paths may not exist, causing routing a very challenging problem.(More)
Pocket switched networks (PSNs) take advantage of human mobility to distribute data. Investigations on real-world trace data indicate that human mobility follows a simple reproducible pattern: a human being usually visits a few places at high frequencies. These most frequently visited places form the home of a node, which is exploited in this paper to(More)
A dynamic threshold-based Call Admission Control (CAC) scheme used in wireless/mobile network for multi-class services is proposed. In the scheme, each class’s CAC thresholds are solved through establishing a reward-penalty model which strives to maximize network’s revenue. In order to lower Handoff Dropping Probability (HDP), the scheme joints packet and(More)
With the development of internet, there are billions of short texts generated each day. However, the accuracy of large scale short text classification is poor due to the data sparseness. Traditional methods used to use external dataset to enrich the representation of document and solve the data sparsity problem. But external dataset which matches the(More)
Mobile opportunistic networks make use of a new networking paradigm that takes advantage of node mobility to distribute information. Studying their inherent properties of information dissemination can provide a straightforward explanation on the potentials of mobile opportunistic networks to support emerging applications such as mobile commerce, emergency(More)
This paper describes a packet scheduling algorithm for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) that meets the proportional fairness principle. Based on the weighted round-robin strategy, the proposed scheduling algorithm allocates a different service quota to different traffic according to the average packet arrival rate. This guarantees proportional fairness in(More)
In mobile ad-hoc cognitive radio networks (CRNs), end-to-end paths with available spectrum bands for secondary users may exist temporarily, or may never exist, due to the dynamism of the primary user activities. Traditional CRN routing algorithms, which typically ignore the intermittent connectivity of network topology, and traditional mobility-assisted(More)
An adaptive threshold-based call admission control (CAC) scheme used in wireless/mobile network for multi-class services is proposed. In the scheme, each class' CAC thresholds are solved through establishing a reward-penalty model which tries to maximize network's revenue in terms of each class's average new call arrival rate and average handoff call(More)
Orthodenticlehomeobox 1 (OTX1) overexpression had previously been associated with the progression of several tumors. The present study aimed to determine the expression and role of OTX1 in human hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). The expression level of OTX1 was examined by quantitative real-time PCR (qRT-PCR) in 10 samples of HCC and paired adjacent(More)