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Secure end-to-end information exchange is a constant challenge in electronic communications. Novel security architectures and approaches are proposed constantly, to be followed by announcements of sophisticated attack ...
Providing quality of service guarantees in wireless LANs compliant with 802.11e
Quality of Service (QoS) support is a key attribute of a broadband communication system and is missing in 802.11-based wireless LANs. Recognizing the need, Task Group e (TGe) is work-ins! towards 802.11e, an evolution of ...
Joint optimal access point selection and channel assignment in wireless networks
In wireless cellular networks or in other networks with single-hop communication, the fundamental access control problem pertains to access point (AP) selection and channel allocation for each user. For users in the coverage ...
A novel cache aware routing scheme for Information-Centric Networks
Information-Centric Networking (ICN) has attracted the attention of the research community, which has argued that content, instead of end-points, must be at the center stage of attention. The research issues addressed by ...
MNCM: A Critical Node Matching Approach to Scheduling for Input Buffered Switches With No Speedup
In this paper, we use fluid model techniques to establish new results for the throughput of input-buffered switches. Dai and Prabhakar have shown that any maximal size matching algorithm with speedup of 2 achieves 100% ...
Fair distributed congestion control in multirate multicast networks
We study fairness of resource allocation in multirate, multicast networks. In multirate networks, different receivers of the same multicast session can receive service at different rates. We develop a mathematical framework ...
Dynamic radio resource and interference management for MIMO-OFDMA mobile broadband wireless access systems
A multi-user multi-cell Multiple-Input Multiple Output/Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (MIMO/OFDMA) system for next generation Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) networks is studied, in which the Base Station ...
Optimizing Client Association for Load Balancing and Fairness in Millimeter-Wave Wireless Networks
Millimeter-wave communications in the 60-GHz band are considered one of the key technologies for enabling multigigabit wireless access. However, the special characteristics of such a band pose major obstacles to the optimal ...
Detecting Influential Spreaders in Complex, Dynamic Networks
A hybrid of node degree and k-shell index is more effective at identifying influential spreaders and has less computational overhead than either of these traditional measures.
A content-based publish/subscribe framework for large-scale content delivery
The publish/subscribe communication paradigm has become an important architectural style for designing distributed systems and has recently been considered one of the most promising future network architectures that solves ...