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Node Filtering And Face Routing For Sensor Network, Umang Amatya Apr 2012

Node Filtering And Face Routing For Sensor Network, Umang Amatya

College of Engineering: Graduate Celebration

Main Contributions

•Efficient Algorithms for identifying Redundant Sensor Nodes

•New Technique for Filtering Redundant Nodes in Sensor Network

•Reliable Algorithm for Message Routing - Forwarding

•User Friendly Prototype Implementation in Java

•Results of Experimental Investigation


Cognitive Congestion Control For Data Portal, Ershad Sharifahmadian, Shahram Latifi Apr 2012

Cognitive Congestion Control For Data Portal, Ershad Sharifahmadian, Shahram Latifi

College of Engineering: Graduate Celebration

Network congestion is one of challenging tasks in communication networks and leads to queuing delay, packet loss or the blocking of new connections. Here, a data portal is considered as an application-based network, and a cognitive method is proposed to deal with congestion in this kind of network. The cognitive method is proposed to improve bandwidth sharing, and deal with congestion in a data portal. When the data portal is about climate change data, congestion control is more emphasized, because the scientific climate data is voluminous and there is a high traffic to/from data portal by the scientific community ...


Technology Trends And Predictions: Is A Flying Car In Our Future?, Carol A. Watson Mar 2012

Technology Trends And Predictions: Is A Flying Car In Our Future?, Carol A. Watson

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Discusses the future of legal research and technologies that are currently available for law offices. Highlights current technology trends and predictions and the latest innovations in courtroom technology. Concludes with a list of general technology predictions that will hopefully provide food for thought and generate excitement about the coming prospects of technology.