Weverton Cordeiro

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One of the main problems faced by ad hoc networks is providing specific quality of service guarantees for multimedia applications, mainly due to factors such as radio signal fading and node mobility. Since mesh networks are a special type of ad hoc network, they inherit these networks' problems. This paper's main goal is to present OLSR-MD, an extension to(More)
Large enterprises can save significant energy and money by putting idle desktop machines to sleep. Many systems that let desktops sleep and wake them on demand have been proposed, but enterprise IT departments refuse to deploy them because they require special hardware, disruptive virtualization technology, or dedicated per-subnet proxies, none of which are(More)
Large enterprises can save significant energy and money by putting idle desktop machines to sleep. Many systems that let desktops sleep and wake them on demand have been proposed, but enterprise IT departments refuse to deploy them because they require special hardware, disruptive virtualization technology, or dedicated per-subnet proxies, none of which are(More)
Summarized by Rik Farrow (rik@usenix.org) Jeff Mogul, NSDI co-chair, opened the conference by telling attendees that there were 170 paper submissions, and each paper received three first-round reviews. About half the papers made it into the second round, and also received three or four more reviews. By the time the PC meeting occurred, there were 64 papers(More)
With the emergence of the next generation networking and system technologies such as cloud computing, software defined networking, and the Internet of things, significant changes have been brought to how networks are designed, deployed, and managed. The research work of in these areas has been important and highly active in the past few years. In this(More)
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