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A maximum entropy framework based on Tsallis entropy is proposed to depict long tail behavior of queue lengths in broadband networks. Queue length expression as measured in terms of number of packets… (More)
A framework based on maximization of Tsallis entropy constrained by fractional moments is proposed to model queue length distribution of number of packets in network traffic exhibiting long-range… (More)
Presence, broadly defined as an event publish-notification infrastructure for converged applications, has emerged as a key mechanism for collecting and disseminating context attributes for… (More)
A maximum Tsallis entropy solution is presented to examine the effect of long-range dependence (LRD) of packet traffic on network of queues. An important finding is that usual product form solution… (More)
Summary. A theoretical framework based on non-extensive Tsallis entropy is proposed to study the implication of long-range dependence in traffic process on network performance. Highlighting the… (More)
A theoretical model of loss system is proposed and analysed within the framework of maximum Tsallis entropy principle. The study provides an explicit expression for state probability distribution of… (More)
Analytical framework based on maximum Tsallis entropy is proposed for studying finite buffer queueing system when information about fractional moment of queue size and utilization is available. The… (More)
This paper describes the initial design of a scalable and client-programmable presence virtualization architecture.
Fingerprints are the most universal, unique and persistent biometrics. This study performs the classification of multiple fingerprint images using Hu Moments based Wavelet designing and Modified VZ… (More)
An online and incremental clustering method to classify heterogeneous devices in dynamic ubiquitous computing environment is presented. The proposed classification technique, HiCHO, is based on… (More)