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Transmission control protocol (TCP) performance over multi-hop wireless networks is currently attracting considerable interest from the research community. The characteristics of multi-hop wireless networks, such as mobility, link layer contention, high bit error rate, asymmetric path, network partition, hidden exposed nodes and dynamic routing, do not fit(More)
The 4G or Beyond 3G wireless networks is consist of IP-based heterogeneous access networks from 3G cellular, WiFi, WiMAX to other emerging access technologies such as mesh networks. The key objective of designing the next generation wireless networks is to support of mobile subscribers. To support the mobile host in the hybrid wireless access technologies,(More)
Optimal routing in Optical Omega Network (OON) is an NP-hard problem. A major problem called crosstalk is introduced by OON, which is caused by coupling two signals within a Switching Element (SE). Many heuristic algorithms were designed by many researchers to perform this routing such as sequential algorithm, degree-descending algorithm. Routing the(More)
Problem statement: In many data grid applications, data can be decomposed into multiple independent sub-datasets and distributed for parallel execution and analysis. Approach: This property had been successfully employed by using Divisible Load Theory (DLT), which had been proved as a powerful tool for modeling divisible load problems in data-intensive(More)
In many data grid applications, data can be decomposed into multiple independent sub datasets and schedule for parallel execution and analysis. Divisible Load Theory (DLT) is a powerful tool for modelling data-intensive grid problems where both communication and computation load is partitionable. This paper presents an Adap-tive DLT (ADLT) model for(More)