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(p,q)-Epidemic routing for sparsely populated mobile ad hoc networks
  • T. Matsuda, T. Takine
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
  • 1 June 2008
This paper considers (p, q )-Epidemic Routing, a class of store-carry-forward routing schemes, for sparsely populated mobile ad hoc networks. Our forwarding scheme includes Two-Hop Forwarding and theExpand
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Dynamic Contention Window Control Mechanism to Achieve Fairness between Uplink and Downlink Flows in IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs
This paper considers a fairness issue between uplink and downlink flows in IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs, where uplink flows dominate over downlink flows in terms of wireless bandwidth usage. As aExpand
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TCP congestion control with ACK-pacing for vertical handover
In this paper, we discuss TCP congestion control in the future heterogeneous mobile Internet where various access links such as a wireless LAN and a cellular network are integrated. Vertical handoverExpand
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Dynamic Contention Window Control to Achieve Fairness Between Uplink and Downlink Flows in IEEE 802.11 WLANs
This paper considers a fairness issue between uplink and downlink flows in IEEE 802.11 wireless LANs, where uplink flows dominate over downlink flows in terms of wireless bandwidth usage. As aExpand
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Broadcasting with Randomized Network Coding in Dense Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
In this paper, we consider the broadcast storm problem in dense wireless ad hoc networks where interference among densely populated wireless nodes causes significant packet loss. To resolve theExpand
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Dynamic burst discarding scheme for deflection routing in optical burst switching networks
This paper proposes a dynamic burst discarding scheme for deflection routing in optical burst switching networks. In general, deflection routing is effective in lightly loaded situations, whereas itExpand
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Multi-Dimensional Wireless Tomography Using Tensor-Based Compressed Sensing
Wireless tomography is a technique for inferring a physical environment within a monitored region by analyzing RF signals traversed across the region. In this paper, we consider wireless tomographyExpand
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Impact of round trip delay self-similarity on TCP performance
Previous measurement showed that self-similar nature is found not only in network traffic volume but also round trip packet delay. In this paper, we discuss three issues of the self-similarity ofExpand
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Survey of Network Coding and Its Applications
SUMMARY This survey summarizes the state-of-the-art research on network coding, mainly focusing on its applications to computer networking. Network coding generalizes traditional store-and-forwardExpand
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Performance evaluation of new multicast architecture with network coding
In order to enhance multicast communication, it is important to investigate effects of network coding which can be a typical application of active network. In this paper, we study the feasibility ofExpand
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