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—In the problem of routing in multi-hop wireless networks, to achieve high end-to-end throughput, it is crucial to find the " best " path from the source node to the destination node. Although a large number of routing protocols have been proposed to find the path with minimum total transmission count/time for delivering a single packet, such transmission(More)
—In mobile wireless networks, the emerging proximity-based applications have led to needs for highly effective and energy-efficient neighbor discovery protocols. However, existing works cannot realize the optimal worst-case latency in symmetric case, and their performances with asymmetric duty cycles can still be improved. In this work, we investigate(More)
INTRODUCTION Accurate prediction of the biochemical recurrence (BCR) is critical for patients after intended curative therapy like radical prostatectomy (RP) or definitive radiotherapy for prostate cancer. Glutathione-S-transferases polymorphisms as well as hypermethylation of GSTP1 and functional genes in carcinogenesis, including tumor suppression gene(More)
In mobile wireless networks, the emerging proximity-based applications have led to the need for highly effective and energy-efficient neighbor discovery protocols. However, existing works cannot realize the optimal worst-case latency in the symmetric case, and their performances with asymmetric duty cycles can still be improved. In this paper, we(More)
The surge of proximity-based applications on mobile devices has promoted the need for effective neighbor discovery protocols in mobile wireless networks. In contrast to existing works, which can achieve energy efficient neighbor discovery with bounded latency only in the scenario without strong interference, we aim at designing techniques for practical and(More)
—In this paper, we argue that by carefully considering spatial reusability of the wireless communication media, we can tremendously improve the end-to-end throughput in multi-hop wireless networks. To support our argument, we propose spatial reusability-aware single-path routing (SASR) and anypath routing (SAAR) protocols, and compare them with existing(More)
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