Khashayar Khavari

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— With the increasing number of wireless devices, the importance of mobility management in future mobile networks is growing. Traditional mobility management approaches are based on client/server paradigms, and suffer from their well-known shortcomings (single point of failure, congestion, bottlenecks). With the success of P2P for file sharing applications,(More)
Personality, attitude and psychosedative drug use data were obtained from 298 adult male and female members of labor unions. Instruments for assessing personality and attitude were the Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI), Zuckerman Sensation Seeking Scales (ZSS), Marlowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scale (C-MSDS), the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale (TMAS),(More)
— Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems have witnessed an explosive growth in popularity due to their desirable characteristics (robustness, scalability, availability). In this paper, we present an approach to bring these characteristics into the control plane of IP networks, which mainly relies on signaling protocols such as SIP to setup multimedia and instant(More)
Data and telephone service providers have started considering migration to an IP based environment. This paper presents an unstructured peer-to-peer approach to initiating and maintaining sessions over IP using session initiation protocol (SIP). The offered solution is completely modular and is compatible with traditional server-client based approaches(More)
We are reporting on conditions (without forced drinking or premedications) where rats voluntarily drink high quantities of sucrose-morphine solutions in preference to water. The volume ingested is inversely related to the morphine concentration in the liquid. The morphine antagonist, nalorphine, produced a clear set of opiate withdrawal signs in these(More)