Sylvie Laniepce

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The network layer operations in ad hoc networks - namely packet routing and forwarding - are solely performed by the nodes themselves and consequently rely on the cooperation among them. In such networks, to best manage packet forwarding to the aimed destination node raises a need for continuous monitoring of the network service that is likely to be(More)
Peer to peer (P2P) network has received in past few years a significant attention , especially such file sharing network as eDonkey [Kulbak and Kirkpatrick, 2005] or BitTorrent [Cohen 2008]. The shift from the classical client-server based paradigm of the Internet, with a clear distinction between information providers and consumers, towards consumers(More)
Cloud infrastructures are prone to various anomalies due to their ever-growing complexity and dynamics. Monitoring behavior of dynamic resource management systems is necessary to guarantee cloud reliability. In this paper, we present AMAD, a system designed for detecting an abusive use of dynamic virtual machine migration, in the case of the abusive virtual(More)
In Ad-Hoc networks, user nodes, in addition to handling their own traffic, also act as routers and contribute to network connectivity for the benefit of other nodes. With such a collaborative routing technique, hybrid Ad-Hoc networks i.e. Ad-Hoc networks interconnected to an infrastructure-based network via an Access Point (AP) - become a means to extend(More)
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