Articles 1 - 3 of 3
Full-Text Articles in Computer Engineering
Hop-Limited Routing For Multihop Cellular Networks, Cem Dincer
In recent years, conventional cellular systems have experienced evolution in fields of data oriented services. During this period, the requirement for high data-rate stimulated new research proposals, which resulted in a new architecture: Multihop Cellular Networks (MCN), where multihop structure enables mobile stations to forward packets from other mobile stations to the base station on the uplink, and in turn, forward packets to other mobile stations from the base station on the downlink. In this thesis, a new routing algorithm is introduced for MCNs in order to limit the number of hops between the base station and the mobile stations ...
Comparative Studies Of Network Traffic In Actual And Emulated Wireless Networks, Curtis Salley Jr.
Wireless networks are becoming more popular in all types of environments from home office, to business infrastructure, to mobile computing. As more of these networks flourish, so does the attraction for hackers. The thesis examines the bandwidth of wireless networks and the effects of intrusions in three different scenarios. First, it looks at a wireless network that is connected to a wired infrastructure. Next, the thesis examines a wireless ad hoc network and how bandwidth plays a valuable part in the communication with neighboring nodes. And finally, the thesis attempts to simulate a wireless network by using a bandwidth configuration ...
Reduction Of False Positives In Fault Detection System Using A Low Pass Data Filter, Ranjit Salunkhe
Network traffic is bursty in nature and exhibits the property of self-similarity, the degree of which is measured by the Hurst parameter. Now, in any network there is always the possibility of the occurrence of fault traffic that can be caused due to faults or malfunction of a network component. Fault Detection Systems that check for traffic anomalies can trigger off an alert on the detection of any traffic behavior that deviates from normal. Such deviation is usually caused when a fault occurs. But in network traffic sudden bursts may occur due to the inherent behavior of a network application ...