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A Graph Theoretic Approach to Ultrafast Information Distribution: Borel Cayley Graph Resizing Algorithm
Eric Noel, Jaewook Yu, Wendy Tang
Computer Communications The International Journal for the Computer and Telecommunications Industry,
The definitive version was published in Computer Communications: The International Journal for the Computer and Telecommunications Industry (Elsevier). , 2010-07-01, http://ees.elsevier.com/comcom/
Long Term Evolution Mobility Network Timer And Retry Management,
Tue Jan 06 15:04:00 EST 2015
Management of a network may be accomplished by adjusting timer settings and/or retry criteria. For example, communications and management from an end-to-end perspective of entities in a network may be conducted; timers and/or retry criteria may be adjusted dynamically based on network traffic load; timers and/or retry criteria may be adjusted dynamically based on overload conditions; feedback mechanisms may be implemented to allow downstream network elements to inform upstream network elements about the health status and/or load condition of the network; and/or differentiated timer and retry criteria/mechanisms may be implemented.
Collision Resolution Protocol For Mobile RFID Tag Identification,
Tue Oct 28 14:31:18 EDT 2014
The performance of a radio frequency identification (RFID) system is improved by a protocol that eliminates collisions between signals generated by a) RFID tags that the RFID reader has already identified as being in its interrogation zone and b) RFID tags that are newly arrived and thus that the reader has not yet identified. This is illustratively accomplished by the use of separate identification and access frames. It is during the identification frame that newly arrived tags become identified by the reader. Although there may be collisions during the identification frame, those collisions are only among newly arrived tags. The already-identified tags communicate with the reader during respective time slots of the access frame, so that they neither collide with each other nor with the newly arrived tags.