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Modeling and test generation for worst-case performance evaluation of MAC protocols for wireless ad hoc networks
- S. Begum, A. Helmy, S. Gupta
- Computer ScienceIEEE International Symposium on Modeling…
- 28 December 2009
The effectiveness of the proposed novel framework to critically analyze a given MAC protocol for wireless ad hoc networks with respect to its correctness criteria and performance metrics is demonstrated by using its framework to analyze the worst case performance, in terms of throughput and fairness of IEEE 802.11 forAd hoc networks.
Systematic testing of protocol robustness: case studies on mobile IP and MARS
- S. Begum, Meeta Sharma, A. Helmy, S. Gupta
- Computer ScienceProceedings 25th Annual IEEE Conference on Local…
- 8 November 2000
This paper applies the STRESS method to mobile IP and the multicast address resolution server (MARS) protocol for supporting IP-multicast over ATM, and identifies several protocol behaviors that lead to error or performance degradation.
Performance Analysis of Wireless MAC Protocols Using a Search Based Framework
- S. Begum, S. Gupta, A. Helmy
- Computer Science15th International Symposium on Modeling…
- 24 October 2007
This paper demonstrates the usefulness of a systematic approach in evaluating the protocol breaking points by evaluating two completely different variants, namely MAC protocols for (i) quality of service (QoS) and (ii) power control.
Modeling the interactions between MAC and higher layer: A systematic approach to generate high-level scenarios from MAC-layer scenarios
A new framework for worst-case performance evaluation of MAC protocols for wireless ad hoc networks is proposed and it is demonstrated that the scenarios it generates exhibit the worst performance among all the scenarios, including those generated by using heuristics recently proposed by other researchers.
A Review On Network Algorithms , Protocols And Architectures
ALOPEX-based approach takes advantage of the favorable control characteristics of the algorithm such as high adaptability and high speed collective computing power for effective buffer utilization and uses complete sharing buffer allocation strategy and enhances its performance for high traffic loads by regulating the buffer allocation process dynamically.