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  1-10 of 139 Reviews about "Routing Protocols (C.2.2...)": Date Reviewed
  Joint online coflow routing and scheduling in data center networks
Tan H., Jiang S., Li Y., Li X., Zhang C., Han Z., Lau F.  IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 27(5): 1771-1786, 2019. Type: Article

With the proliferation of big data initiatives across corporations and academia, the importance of distributed computing frameworks has created many research opportunities related to routing and scheduling the multiple groups of parallel flows gen...

Sep 3 2020
  User-centric distributed spectrum sharing in dynamic network architectures
Shafigh A., Glisic S., Hossain E., Lorenzo B., DaSilva L.  IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 27(1): 15-28, 2019. Type: Article

In modern mobile networks with multiple network operators, distributed access points, and many users, the efficient utilization of available bandwidth merits consideration. A game theory approach is used here. It envisions a three-layer system in ...

Jan 30 2020
  Network routing: algorithms, protocols, and architectures (2nd ed.)
Medhi D., Ramasamy K.,  Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., Cambridge, MA, 2018. 1018 pp. Type: Book (978-0-128007-37-2)

Network routing is an important aspect of networks. Routing architectures, algorithms, protocols, analysis, and operational deployment are investigated in this book via a detailed approach....

Dec 4 2018
  Dynamics at the boundary of game theory and distributed computing
Jaggard A., Lutz N., Schapira M., Wright R.  ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation 5(3): 1-20, 2017. Type: Article

The combination of scientific maturity, knowledge, and intelligence can sometimes be the reason and origin of the creation of a worthy artifact. Some amalgams may seem strange at first glance, but more scrutiny demonstrates a great work--a go...

Jan 10 2018
  Traffic load balancing schemes for devolved controllers in mega data centers
Gao X., Kong L., Li W., Liang W., Chen Y., Chen G.  IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 28(2): 572-585, 2017. Type: Article

In computing, the trend toward moving from centralized to distributed approaches is happening alongside lots of discussion about scalability, load balancing, and performance issues. Meanwhile, for huge data centers to respond to the new requests o...

Jun 7 2017
  Modeling and performance evaluation of security attacks on opportunistic routing protocols for multihop wireless networks
Salehi M., Boukerche A., Darehshoorzadeh A.  Ad Hoc Networks 5088-101, 2016. Type: Article

The primary aim of opportunistic routing for wireless networks is to improve resilience and increase the probability that data will be delivered from the source node through to the intended destination. The key difference with standard wireless ro...

Nov 16 2016
  Wireless routing and control: a cyber-physical case study
Li B., Ma Y., Westenbroek T., Wu C., Gonzalez H., Lu C.  ICCPS 2016 (Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, Vienna, Austria,  Apr 11-14, 2016) 1-10, 2016. Type: Proceedings

Utilization of wireless sensor networks at automated industrial processing plants, not only for monitoring aspects but also for actuator ones, opens a new horizon for their deployment. In this platform, sensing components, control adapters, and ac...

Oct 6 2016
  Declarative framework for specification, simulation and analysis of distributed applications
Ma J., Le F., Russo A., Lobo J.  IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 28(6): 1489-1502, 2016. Type: Article

Distributed applications are normally overlaid on a network of computing elements (nodes). Their specification requires the declaration of each task and role of each node over a period of time, along with protocols and services. The authors assert...

Sep 23 2016
  Betweenness centrality in delay tolerant networks
Magaia N., Francisco A., Pereira P., Correia M.  Ad Hoc Networks 33(C): 284-305, 2015. Type: Article

The need for larger, mobile, and dynamic networks--such as modern mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs)--is growing. Maintaining MANETs’ end-to-end routes at all times is not always guaranteed, due to node mobility, different capabilitie...

Jun 13 2016
  Optimal routing with scheduling and channel assignment in multi-power multi-radio wireless sensor networks
Li J., Guo X., Guo L., Ji S., Han M., Cai Z.  Ad Hoc Networks 31(C): 45-62, 2015. Type: Article

A multi-functional technology in the wireless sensor networking (WSN) area is tackled in this paper: routing optimization (RO) with scheduling, channel, and power assignment (SCP) in multi-power multi-radio (MPMR) WSNs. The authors use the linear ...

May 20 2016
 
 
 
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