Learn More
—For wireless ad hoc or sensor networks, non-flooding, guaranteed delivery routing protocols are preferred because of limited energy. In this paper we introduce TCGR, a tree cover based geographic routing protocol for wireless networks. We assign to each node a set of short labels such that nodes are embedded in a metric space induced by one or multiple(More)
Peer-to-peer (P2P) based content distribution systems have emerged as the main form for content distribution on the Internet, which can greatly reduce the distribution cost of content providers and improve the overall system scalability. However, the mismatch between the overlay and underlay networks causes large volume of redundant traffic, which(More)
—Web services are very prevalent nowadays. Recommending Web services that users are interested in becomes an interesting and challenging research problem. In this paper, we present AWSR (Active Web Service Recommendation), an effective Web service recommendation system based on users' usage history to actively recommend Web services to users. AWSR extracts(More)
Traditional routing schemes, such as OSPF, optimize data plane routing efficiency by maintaining full view of the network at the control plane. However, maintaining full network view and handling frequent routing information updates are costly in large-scale complex networks, which are considered to be the root causes for the routing scalability issue.(More)