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We present a new protocol for power control in ad hoc networks. We describe the issues in conceptualizing the power control problem, and provide an architecturally simple as well as theoretically well founded solution. The solution is shown to simultaneously satisfy the three objectives of maximizing the traffic carrying capacity of the entire network,… (More)

- Vikas Kawadia, Panganamala Kumar
- INFOCOM
- 2003

— In this paper, we consider the problem of power control when nodes are non-homogeneously dispersed in space. In such situations, one seeks to employ per packet power control depending on the source and destination of the packet. This gives rise to a joint problem which involves not only power control but also clustering. We provide three solutions for… (More)

- Roberto Solis, Vivek S. Borkar, P. R. Kumar
- 2006

— A distributed algorithm to achieve accurate time synchronization in large multihop wireless networks is presented. The central idea is to exploit the large number of global constraints that have to be satisfied by a common notion of time in a multihop network. If, at a certain instant, Oij is the clock offset between two neighboring nodes i and j, then… (More)

- Vikas Kawadia, P. R. Kumar
- E-WIND '05
- 2005

The results of an extensive experimental study of the performance of the TCP protocol over wireless multi-hop ad hoc networks are presented. The investigations are performed in a real indoor environment over a network of laptops equipped with off-the-shelf IEEE 802.11b wireless cards. The cards were partially covered with copper tape to reduce their range,… (More)

- P. R. Kumar
- 2003

applies and teaches advanced methodologies of design and analysis to solve complex, hierarchical, heterogeneous and dynamic problems of engineering technology and systems for industry and government. Abstract This work is a continuation of recent efforts aimed at understanding the interplay of control, communication and computation in systems whose sensors,… (More)

In adaptive control, a standard approach is to resort to the so-called certainty equivalence principle which consists in generating some standard parameter estimate and then using it in the control law as if it were the true parameter. As a consequence of this philosophy, the estimation problem is decoupled from the control problem and this The rst author… (More)

- S. P. Meyn, P. R. Kumar
- 2007

This thesis presents a study on stability analysis and stabilizing controller synthesis of randomly switched systems. These systems have two ingredients: a family of nonlinear subsystems and a random switching signal that specifies which subsystem is active at each time instant. In broad strokes, the approach pursued here consists of identifying key… (More)

- Mehajabeen Fatima, Roopam Gupta, +8 authors Gerald Kaefer
- 2016

Link breakage is of high probability in mobile wireless adhoc networks because of highly dynamic nature of MANET. This is because of limited transmission range, mobility and limited battery power. It becomes difficult to maintain continuous links in the networks. In AODV, node generates a RERR message for the given destination when it noticed that a link… (More)

We provide a new protocol for the power control problem in ad hoc networks. We describe the issues in conceptualizing the power control problem and provide an architecturally simple as well theoretically well founded solution. The solution is shown to simultaneously satisfy the three objectives of maximizing the traffic carrying capacity of the entire… (More)

This paper examines the problem of learning from examples in a framework that is based on, but more general than, Valiant's Probably Approximately Correct (PAC) model for learning. In our framework, the learner observes examples that consist of sample points drawn and labeled according to a xed, unknown probability distribution. Based on this empirical… (More)