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Indoor Localization System using RSSI Measurement of Wireless Sensor Network based on ZigBee Standard
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We are studying a localization system that estimates the position of targets by using RSSI in sensor networks based on the ZigBee standard. Expand
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Performance of alternate routing methods in all-optical switching networks
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We consider an alternate routing method with limited trunk reservation in which connections with more hops are provided more alternate routes in proportion to the number of hop counts. Expand
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Challenging issues in visual sensor networks
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We discuss major research issues of VSNs, specifically camera coverage optimization, network architecture, and low-power visual data processing and communication, and identify enabling approaches in this area. Expand
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Fairness and stability of congestion control mechanisms of TCP
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In this paper, we focus on fairness and stability of the congestion control mechanisms adopted in several versions of TCP by investigating their time–transient behaviors through an analytic approach. Expand
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Analysis and improvement of fairness between TCP Reno and Vegas for deployment of TCP Vegas to the Internet
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In this paper, we focus on the situation where multiple TCP Reno and Vegas connections share the bottleneck link, and investigate the fairness between two versions of TCP to seek a future deployment of TCP Vegas. Expand
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High-speed buffer management for 40 gb/s-based photonic packet switches
  • H. Harai, M. Murata
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
  • 1 February 2006
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We develop a method of high-speed buffer management for output-buffered photonic packet switches. Expand
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Rate-based congestion control for ATM networks
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This paper first gives a historical overview of rate-based congestion control algorithms developed in the ATM Forum, showing how the current ATM Forum standard regarding the traffic management control methods is exploited, by these algorithm. Expand
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Performance Improvement by Packet Buffering in Mobile IP Based Networks
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SUMMARY It is well-known that TCP often experiences severe performance degradation in mobile networks since packet losses not related to network congestion occur frequently due to host mobility. Expand
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WSN17-3: Self-Adaptive Ad-Hoc/Sensor Network Routing with Attractor-Selection
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In this paper we propose MARAS, a biologically-inspired method for routing in a mobile ad-hoc/sensor network environment. Expand
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Adaptive Virtual Network Topology Control Based on Attractor Selection
One approach to accommodating traffic on a wavelength-routed optical network is to construct a virtual network topology (VNT) by establishing a set of lightpaths between nodes. To accommodateExpand
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