Shengyang Chen

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IETF-proposed Multipath TCP (MPTCP) extends the standard TCP and allows data streams to be delivered across multiple simultaneous connections and consequently paths. The multipath capability of MPTCP provides increased bandwidth for applications in comparison with the classic single-path TCP, which makes it highly attractive for the current consumer mobile(More)
Ketamine is a commonly used pediatric anesthetic, but it might affect development, or even induce neurotoxicity in the neonatal brain. We have used an in vivo neonatal mouse model to induce ketamine-related neurotoxicity in the hippocampus, and found that miR-34c, a microRNA associated with pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease, was significantly upregulated(More)
Devices in wireless mesh networks are often supplied with limited power resources, while also running complex applications with high energy requirements, such as high quality video deliveries over the network. Reducing energy consumption is a key factor when designing a solution for such scenarios. Some existing energy-aware video delivery solutions have(More)
User Quality of Experience (QoE) is of fundamental importance in multimedia applications and has been extensively studied for decades. However, user QoE in the context of the emerging multiple-sensorial media (mulsemedia) services, which involve different media components than the traditional multimedia applications, have not been comprehensively studied.(More)
Multipath TCP (MPTCP) is an evolution of the regular TCP that allows multiple radio interfaces to be used simultaneously by a single connection while presenting regular TCP interface to applications. Although its benefits include better resource utilization, higher throughput and smoother reaction to connection failures, MPTCP does not take energy(More)
Latest mobile multimedia applications have important impact on smartphone usage in terms of both energy consumption and Quality of Service (QoS) levels. This impact is dependent on the level of burstiness of the multimedia traffic. This paper proposes eMTCP-BT, a novel energy-efficiency-oriented offloading scheme for multipath TCP (MPTCP) deliveries which(More)
Energy consumption has been a critical factor for video services on mobile devices. Existing energy-aware video delivery solutions focus on reducing the energy consumption at either networks or mobile devices, at the expense of decreasing video quality. This paper proposes E-Mesh, an energy-aware wireless routing algorithm which balances the need for energy(More)
Energy consumption has been a critical factor for mobile video applications. The quality of content delivery over wireless mesh networks consisting of such devices is also considered important. Existing energy-aware research and industrial effort focuses on reducing high-energy-consuming working periods of mesh devices at the expense of decreasing the(More)
In wireless mesh networks, mesh devices often have limited power budgets while performing complex and energy-consuming application tasks such as multimedia deliveries. In this context, reducing energy consumption is one of the main research concerns, yet most of the existing multimedia delivery schemes proposed for wireless mesh networks do not consider(More)