Srivathsan Jagannathan

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This paper proposes a novel real-time adaptive admission control (AAC) scheme with a desired quality of service (QoS) guarantee and high network utilization in high-speed networks. The QoS is given in terms of service delay, which is defined as the time it takes for a source to get admitted into the network after it initiates its intended request,(More)
Available congestion control schemes, for example transport control protocol (TCP), when applied to wireless networks results in a large number of packet drops, unfairness with a significant amount of wasted energy due to retransmissions. To fully utilize the hop by hop feedback information, a suite of novel, decentralized, predictive congestion control(More)
Dynamic key distribution has been proposed as an alternative for the pre-deployment of keys in wireless sensor networks. The keys are generated through the collaboration of the nodes in the network. Each participating node sends a partial key to a Head Cluster Head that later calculates the sub-network key and distributes it. The advantage of this approach(More)
Resource constraints require that ad hoc wireless networks are energy efficient during transmission and rate adaptation. In this paper we propose a novel cross-layer energy-efficient rate adaptation scheme that employs Dynamic Programming (DP) principle to analytically select the modulation scheme online. The scheme uses channel state information from the(More)
The successful implementation of a Flexible Manufacturing/Assembly System can be an effective means of reducing labor, resources and work-in-process inventory. It can increase equipment utilizations, improve quality and result in increased throughput. Simulation is an effective tool for analyzing critical system components and their inter-relationships;(More)
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