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Room: Tuttle South Preserving Source-Location Privacy in Wireless Sensor Network using STaR Routing Leron Lightfoot (Michigan State University, USA); Yun Li (Michigan State University, USA); Jian Ren (Michigan State University, USA) Contour-Based Hole Avoiding Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks Guey-Yun Chang (National Central University, Taiwan);(More)
Most Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks’ (VANET) applications use broadcasting as a main block for safety messages’ dissemination. The broadcast range is a critical parameter in the success of any VANET’s safety application. Moreover broadcasting in its normal way may lead to a broadcast storm problem. In this paper we present a geometric model to predict the(More)
Due to vehicles high mobility, there have been many clustering-based MAC protocols proposed to control Vehicular Ad hoc Network topology more effectively. Cluster head (CH) selection and cluster formation is of paramount importance in a highly dynamic environment such as VANETs. In this paper, we propose a novel cluster head selection criteria where cluster(More)
The IEEE 802.11p or Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment (WAVE) has been adopted as a main technology for vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). Its Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol is based on the Distributed Coordination Function (DCF) of the IEEE 802.11 which has low performance and high collision rate especially when using a single channel.(More)
Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference systems are used to develop the inferential sensor model for estimating the average air temperature in space water heating systems. Fuzzy inference system structure identification and parameter selection for structure training are the key factors for system performance. This paper describes grid partition based fuzzy inference(More)
The IEEE community is working on the wireless access in vehicular environments as a main technology for vehicular ad hoc networks. The medium access control (MAC) protocol of this system known as IEEE 802.11p is based on the distributed coordination function (DCF) of the IEEE 802.11 and enhanced DCF of the IEEE 802.11e that have low performance especially(More)
Cooperative transmission has been used to achieve diversity gain through partner to create multiple independent fading channels. It has attracted lots of research attention in recent years. An important question in cooperative communication is power allocation. Given the same total power, how much should be allocated to self-information transmission and how(More)