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Browsing Volgenau School of Engineering by Author "Mark, Brian L."

Browsing Volgenau School of Engineering by Author "Mark, Brian L."

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  • Vasudevan, Abinash (2013-09-16)
    Privacy and data protection are two very important needs in the modern day Internet. One of the attacks to privacy is eavesdropping, i.e., an outsider or an attacker listens to a private conversation and identifies the ...
  • Nguyen, Thao Tran Nhu (2013)
    Cognitive radio is an emerging technology for sensing and opportunistic spectrum access in wireless communication networks. It allows a secondary user to detect under-utilized spectrum of a primary user and to dynamically ...
  • Do, Tuan T (2011-05-25)
    The number of wireless systems and services has grown tremendously over the last two decades. As a result, the availability of wireless spectrum has become extremely limited. Cognitive radio is a new technique to overcome ...
  • Sohn, Soonyong (2010-06-04)
    Computer networks based on the TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) employ TCP congestion control and shortest path routing. However, TCP congestion control can result in under-utilization of link ...
  • Cao, Lianjie (2011-08-22)
    Traditional TCP/IP networks provide a best effort delivery service which places the complexity of congestion control in the end hosts, leaving the network relatively simple. It is well-known that the performance of the TCP ...
  • Sun, Yuandao (2015)
    Cognitive radio has been proposed as a technology for reclaiming highly under-utilized spectrum resources to satisfy the increasing spectrum demand. In a cognitive radio network, unlicensed or secondary users (SUs) are ...

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