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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are receiving more popularity in mission critical and delay sensitive industrial applications because they offer low latency and reliable message transmission. In applications like gas leakage detection, monitoring of pressure and industrial process control etc. reliable communication between sink and the sensing nodes is(More)
As part of the effort to build a network lab at the University of Arkansas, several hypertext tutorials are under development to facilitate the introduction of networking concepts to students. The topics of these tutorials include network protocol analyzers, installing commercial networks, and videoconferencing. The prototype tutorial for the network(More)
The synergy of computational and physical network components leading to the Internet of Things, Data and Services has been made feasible by the use of Cyber Physical Systems (CPSs). CPS engineering promises to impact system condition monitoring for a diverse range of fields from healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation to aerospace and warfare. CPS for(More)
—In recent times, wireless access technology is becoming increasingly commonplace due to the ease of operation and installation of untethered wireless media. The design of wireless networking is challenging due to the highly dynamic environmental condition that makes parameter optimization a complex task. Due to the dynamic, and often unknown, operating(More)
Cognitive Radio Networks have changed the communication paradigm by opportunistically using available spectrum. In such networks, Secondary User vacates the channel when it detects the Primary User. The frequent channel switching degrades the throughput of Cognitive Radio Networks. Current schemes suggest only the selection of Primary Channel if there is(More)
LTE standard defines strict requirements for service classes in order to provide end users with exceptional QoS characteristics including fast connectivity and high data rates. However there is no standard scheduling algorithm defined for LTE and the task of protecting end user satisfaction while maintaining service class restrictions is left upon the(More)
LTE standard defines classes with granular requirements in order to provide QoS with fast connectivity and high data rates. The basic Release-8 of LTE and the subsequent modifications do not specify any scheduling algorithm making the task of improving user satisfaction more difficult. In our work, we proposed a two-level scheduler with game theoretic(More)