William Dotson

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this chapter is to describe the results of a randomized study (funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse [NIDA]) comparing a peer-delivered enhanced intervention to the NIDA standard intervention for reducing human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) risk behaviors. METHODS Data come from the ongoing St. Louis Each One Teach One(More)
Reliability is one of the most important factors for assessing the performance of the network. Packets should pass through the most reliable path. This paper presents a technique for selecting the most reliable path for communication between node pairs of a computer network. Reliability has been calculated based on the bandwidth utilization by the nodes.(More)
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