Joe Price

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The implementation of QoS provisioning at the MAC layer requires users to classify their traffic into QoS categories. In realistic scenarios where users are selfish and interested in maximizing their own utility, users may have an interest in misrepresenting the QoS category of their traffic. We examine a simplified model for IEEE 802.11e networks in which(More)
Since its inception, network coding literature has, for the most part, assumed cooperation among users. In unicast applications where users have no inherent interest in providing (or concealing) their information to (or from) any destinations except for their unique one, this assumption must be reconsidered. In this paper, we examine the impact of selfish(More)
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