Xueying Guo

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—Base station (BS) sleeping is an effecting way to improve the energy-efficiency of cellular networks. Considering BS sleep mode operation under different scenarios, we focus on three wake-up policies: single vacation (SV) policy, multiple vacation (MV) policy and N policy. A hysteresis time is also considered to avoid frequent BS mode-changing operation.(More)
—Base station (BS) sleeping operation is one of the effective ways to save energy, but it may lead to longer delay to the customers. In order to evaluate the tradeoffs between energy consumption and customer delay, we model the BS sleep mode operation as an N-policy M/G/1 queue with setup and close-down times, where the BS enters sleep mode if no customers(More)
—A problem of much current practical interest is the replacement of the wiring infrastructure connecting approximately 200 sensor and actuator nodes in automobiles by an access point. This is motivated by the considerable savings in automobile weight, simplification of manufactura-bility, and future upgradability. A key issue is how to schedule the nodes on(More)
In cyber-physical systems such as automobiles, measurement data from sensor nodes should be delivered to other consumer nodes such as actuators in a regular fashion. But, in practical systems over unreliable media such as wireless, it is a significant challenge to guarantee small enough inter-delivery times for different clients with heterogeneous channel(More)
—With the proliferation of mobile applications, Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) has been proposed to help mobile devices save energy and improve computation performance. To further improve the quality of service (QoS) of MCC, cloud servers can be deployed locally so that the latency is decreased. However, the computational resource of the local cloud is(More)
—Base station (BS) sleeping operation is one of the effective ways to save energy consumption of cellular networks, but it may lead to longer delay to the customers. The fundamental question then arises: how much energy can be traded off by a tolerable delay? In this paper, we characterize the fundamental tradeoffs between total energy consumption and(More)
OBJECTIVES The prevalence of depression is relatively high in individuals with diabetes. However, screening and monitoring of depressive state in patients with diabetes is still neglected in developing countries and the treatment of diabetes-related depression is rarely performed in these countries. In this study, our aim was to study the role of diabetes(More)
—In cyber-physical systems such as in-vehicle wireless sensor networks, a large number of sensor nodes continually generate measurements that should be received by other nodes such as actuators in a regular fashion. Meanwhile, energy-efficiency is also important in wireless sensor networks. Motivated by these, we develop scheduling policies which are energy(More)
—To reduce the energy consumption of various information and communication systems, sleeping mechanism design is considered to be a key problem. Prior work has derived optimal single server sleeping policies only for non-bursty, memoryless Poisson arrivals. In this paper, for the first time, we derive the optimal sleep operation for a single server facing(More)