Michael Bahr

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  • Michael Bahr
  • 2007 IEEE Internatonal Conference on Mobile Adhoc…
  • 2007
HWMP, the default routing protocol of IEEE 802.11s has been revised during the comment resolution of the first letter ballot. The paper gives an update on three areas where major changes have been introduced to HWMP: support for interworking with other networks; revised concept for proactive routing trees to root MPs; and a better aligned extensible path(More)
This paper describes the proposed routing for IEEE 802.11s WLAN mesh networks based on the current draft standard D0.01 from March 2006. IEEE 802.11s defines a new mesh data frame format and an extensibility framework for routing. The default routing protocol HWMP is described. HWMP is based on AODV and has a configurable extension for proactive routing(More)
Amyloid beta-peptide (Abeta)(1-42) oligomers have recently been discussed as intermediate toxic species in Alzheimer's disease (AD) pathology. Here we describe a new and highly stable Abeta(1-42) oligomer species which can easily be prepared in vitro and is present in the brains of patients with AD and Abeta(1-42)-overproducing transgenic mice.(More)
Amyloid b-peptide (Ab)1)42 oligomers have recently been discussed as intermediate toxic species in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) pathology. Here we describe a new and highly stable Ab1)42 oligomer species which can easily be prepared in vitro and is present in the brains of patients with AD and Ab1)42-overproducing transgenic mice. Physicochemical(More)
Within the last few years, prevalence and importance of wireless networks increased significantly. Especially, wireless mesh networks received a lot of attention in both academic research and commercial deployments. Wireless mesh networks are characterized by wireless multi-hop connectivity and facilitate a simple and cost-effective establishment of(More)
The home network of the near future will be a heterogeneous broadband network supporting the use of wired as well as wireless transmission technologies. The variety of services will range from HDTV via gaming to emergency services in the telemedicine area. In this paper, we introduce a technology-independent protocol layer called Inter-MAC which provides a(More)
Wireless mesh networks (WMNs) are a convenient type of Internet access networks, because they are self-configuring and self-healing wireless multi-hop networks. This is in particular true for IEEE 802.11 based WMNs as they cover large areas, are easy and cheap to setup, and provide sufficient capacity. Despite these advantages, WMNs have not yet entered the(More)
Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) have emerged as a key technology for next generation wireless networking. The performance of these networks depends on routing protocols. IEEE 802. 11s is one of the emerged standards designed to build WMNs for the classical standard 802. 11. It defines the HWMP (Hybrid Wireless Mesh Protocol) as its default routing protocol(More)
The two main factors leading to a functional fistula are maturity and accessibility. The aim of this review was to describe a technique of superficialization for inaccessible brachiocephalic fistulas, and to identify the patients that benefit from superficialization. One hundred and thirty-two brachiocephalic arteriovenous fistulas developed from November(More)