Samian Kaur

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— This paper studies the performance of a hybrid cellular network with cellular controlled direct radio links between multiple mobile User Equipments (UEs). The main focus is on the uplink of the proposed system with multiple idle UEs acting as relays to assist the communication of any given UE with an active connection. In the presence of multiple UEs as(More)
This paper presents an architecture for web-based interaction and steering of parallel/distributed scientific applications. The architecture is composed of detachable thin-clients at the front-end, a network of web servers in the middle, and a control network of sensors, actuators and interaction agents at the back-end. The interaction servers enable(More)
This work quantifies how persistent increases in processor speed compared to I/O speed reduce the performance gap between specialized, high performance messaging layers and general purpose protocols such as TCP/IP and UDP/IP. The comparison is important because specialized layers sacrifice considerable system connectivity and ro-bustness to obtain increased(More)
— This paper describes a comprehensive system architecture that enables mobile-to-mobile communications for the purpose of enhancing the capacity of the cellular network. The architecture is developed using LTE Release-10 as the baseline. The impact on the protocol stack is discussed in detail. Neighbor discovery mechanisms are described to enable users to(More)
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