TREND: Toward real energy-efficient network design
Components of social networking as part of corporate information system
A Practical Attack to De-anonymize Social Network Users
The iGrid project: enabling international research and education collaborations through high performance networking
The Deep Impact Network Experiment Operations Center Monitor and Control System
Load balanced clustering algorithm for energy efficient home area networking
Finding groups of friends who are significant across multiple domains in social networks
Interference-Aware Minimum Energy Path Routing in Multi-Hop Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Connection management for multiwavelength optical networking
TraNs PhD Thesis
An Efficient Optical Switch Architecture with Controlled Latency for GRID Networks
A TV-centric home network to provide a unified access to UPnP and PLC domains
Complexity of Wavelength Assignment in Optical Network Optimization
Security management for ad-hoc networked resource-limited mobile devices
The use of social networking profiles in the press in Galicia and Northern Portugal
Synchronization effects in mobile ad hoc networks
Trends in network and device composition
Service-oriented MPLS network management in a virtual networking environment
Undersea electromagnetic networking
Spectrum-efficient provisioning for multi-channel elastic optical networking
Energy saving information cascades in online social networks: An agent-based simulation study
Multipipeline networking for compound vector processing
Toward customer-usable all-optical networks
The system of career promotion of networking professionals based on industrial certificates
DTV architecture design for multimedia network environments
Universal network of small wireless operators (UNSWo)
Creating Networking Adaptive Interactive Hybrid Systems: A Methodic Approach
Social profile-based multicast routing scheme for delay-tolerant networks
From GMPLS to PCE/GMPLS to OpenFlow: How much benefit can we get from the technical evolution of control plane in optical networks?
Multiparty micropayments for ad hoc networks
TraNs PhD Thesis
Narrowband and broadband infrastructure design for wireless networks
The evolution of next-generation data center networks for high capacity computing
Software-defined crowd-shared wireless mesh networks
Global high performance networking: connecting the vNBS and the Asia-Pacific Advanced Network for research and education applications
Broadband wide-area networking via IP/ATM over SATCOM
Providing mobile Internet service using MOnetary Wireless NETworking (MOWNET)
Neural Network with Wireless Mesh Network: Internet access for fixed and mobile infrastructure can be obtained through wireless mesh networks. It has periodically changing network topology. To get steady routing in mesh network hybrid routing protocol. This routing is designed by neural network.
Network coding mechanisms, such as COPE, can improve network throughput effectively in Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN). While the Hybrid Wireless Mesh Protocol (HWMP) is suitable for WMN, its extension with COPE does not provide any added benefits; specifically, HWMP cannot establish paths with more coding opportunities. As a result, the advantages of network coding cannot be exploited sufficiently. This paper proposes improvements upon HWMP with a new, network Coding-Awarerouting protocol (CAHWMP) for WMN.
We are proposing Hybrid Wireless Mesh Protocol (HWMP) to enhance the performance of wireless mesh networks as statistic shows that for WMNs, the proposed routing protocol outperforms other well-known protocols in terms of different parameters like packet delivery fraction, network throughput and end-to-end delay.
(2010) Energy Efficient Routing Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks and Performance Evaluation of Quality of Service for IEEE 802.15.4 Networks. MTech by Research thesis.
Comprehensive in-depth coverage to communication networks with emphasis on the Internet and the PSTN (wired and wireless, and IoT – Internet of Things). Extensive coverage of protocols and algorithms will be presented at all levels, including: social networking, overlay networks, client/server and peer-to-peer applications; session control; transport protocols, the end-to-end arguments and end-to-end congestion control; network architecture, forwarding, routing, signaling, addressing, and traffic management, programmable and software-defined networks (SDN); quality of service, queueing and multimedia applications; LAN architecture, link protocols, access networks and MAC algorithms; physical media characteristics and coding; network security and information assurance; network management.
The wireless mesh networks came to rescue the challenging issues related for predicting the location of a user and choosing the position of access points in wireless distributed systems. Basically mesh networks guarantee the connectivity through a multihop wireless backbone formed by stationary routers. There is no differentiation between uplink and downlink, but performance depends on the routing protocols. There are several challenging issues for properly exploiting wireless mesh networks' features, such as fast-link quality variation, channel assignments, performance, QoS-routing, scalability, slow/high speed mobile users, service differentiation, and others.
The popularity of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) have increased tremendously in recent time due to growth in Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) technology. WSN has the potentiality to connect the physical world with the virtual world by forming a network of sensor nodes. Here, sensor nodes are usually battery-operated devices, and hence energy saving of sensor nodes is a major design issue. To prolong the network‘s lifetime, minimization of energy consumption should be implemented at all layers of the network protocol stack starting from the physical to the application layer including cross-layer optimization.
In this thesis, clustering based routing protocols for WSNs have been discussed. In cluster-based routing, special nodes called cluster heads form a wireless backbone to the sink. Each cluster heads collects data from the sensors belonging to its cluster and forwards it to the sink. In heterogeneous networks, cluster heads have powerful energy devices in contrast to homogeneous networks where all nodes have uniform and limited resource energy. So, it is essential to avoid quick depletion of cluster heads. Hence, the cluster head role rotates, i.e., each node works as a cluster head for a limited period of time. Energy saving in these approaches can be obtained by cluster formation, cluster-head election, data aggregation at the cluster-head nodes to reduce data redundancy and thus save energy. The first part of this thesis discusses methods for clustering to improve energy efficiency of homogeneous WSN. It also proposes Bacterial Foraging Optimization (BFO) as an algorithm for cluster head selection for WSN. The simulation results show improved performance of BFO based optimization in terms of total energy dissipation and no of alive nodes of the network system
over LEACH, K-Means and direct methods.
IEEE 802.15.4 is the emerging next generation standard designed for low-rate wireless personal area networks (LR-WPAN). The second part of the work reported here in provides performance evaluation of quality of service parameters for WSN based on IEEE 802.15.4 star and mesh topology. The performance studies have been evaluated for varying traffic loads using MANET routing protocol in QualNet 4.5. The data packet delivery ratio, average end-to-end delay, total energy consumption, network lifetime and percentage of time in sleep mode have been used as performance metrics. Simulation results show that DSR (Dynamic Source Routing) performs better than DYMO (Dynamic MANET On-demand) and AODV (Ad–hoc On demand Distance Vector) routing protocol for varying traffic loads rates.