Wireless Networks - Hamid R. Arabnia

Wireless Networks

Hamid R. Arabnia (Redaktør) ; Victor A. Clincy (Redaktør) ; Leonidas Deligiannidis (Redaktør) ; George Jandieri (Redaktør) ; Ashu M. G. Solo (Redaktør) ; Fernando G. Tinetti (Redaktør)

Wireless Networks is a compendium of articles and papers that were presented at ICWN '13, an international conference that serves researchers, scholars, professionals, students, and academicians. Les mer
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Wireless Networks is a compendium of articles and papers that were presented at ICWN '13, an international conference that serves researchers, scholars, professionals, students, and academicians.

Selected topics include:

Radio Networks + Radar + RFID - Utilization and Applications
Sensor Networks and Applications
Mobile Computing + Mobile Agents + Ad-Hoc Networks + Manet
Novel Communication Systems + Algorithms + Tools + Transmission Systems + Protocols And
Sensor Networks, Security and Education, Fading Channels Issues
Sensor Networks, Security Issues, Mobile Systems, MIMO, WiMAX, GPS, Standards, and Other Related Issues
Forlag: C. S. R. E. A.
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781601322500
Format: 28 x 20 cm

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Session: Radio Networks + Radar + Rfid - Utilization And Applications
1) FPGA-Based Implementation of a Hybrid DS/FFH Spread-Spectrum Transceiver
2) An Innovative Design of Infant Rooming-in Tracking Mechanism - The Experience of Cathay General Hospital in Taiwan
3) Towards Spectrum Resource Management in Cognitive Radio Networks via Intrusion Detection and Response Model
4) A Cyclostationarity-Based Spectrum Sensing Scheme for Cognitive Radios With Dynamic Primary User Signals
5) Spectrum Detection and Spectrum Decision in Cognitive Radio Networks Using Intelligent Mobile Agents
6) Study and Analysis of Basic Modulation Scheme in Wireless Environment using USRP and Matlab (Simulink)
7) Livestock Disease Control System using RFID and WSN
8) A DS-UWB Radar System Using a Short-Length PN Sequence
9) Evaluation of OFDM-OQAM as Spectrum Sensing Technique
Session: Sensor Networks And Applications
1) Study on the Livestock Activity Monitoring System for Livestock Estrus and Disease Forecasting
2) Low Latency Transmissions of Prioritized Sensor Data Messages
3) Security in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Coalition Games with Transferable Payoff
4) An Energy Efficient Hierarchical Clustering Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
5) A Cluster Based Delay Tolerant MAC Protocol for Underwater Wireless Sensor Network
6) A Multi-hop Source Routing based on the Topology Matrix in Cluster Sensor Networks
7) Study on Wireless Sensor Network Based Livestock Farm Integrated Control System
8) Hierarchical Polling-based MAC Scheme for Wireless Body Sensor Network
9) An Overhearing Video Transmission for Wireless Sensor Networks
10) On Smart Wireless Sensor Networks: Directions and Challenges
11) Clustered QoS Routing Protocol Based on Traffic Classification and Cost Expectation in Wireless Sensor Network
12) Delay-Efficient Data Collection with Dynamic Traffic Patterns in Wireless Sensor Networks
13) Distributed Positioning and Tracking in Cluster-based Wireless Sensor Networks
14) A Study on the Estrus Detection System of the Sow Using the Wireless Sensor Network
15) Novel Model for Vehicle.'s Traffic Monitoring using Wireless Sensor Networks between Major Cities in South Africa
16) Dynamic TDMA Sense Window Prediction for Wireless Sensor Networks
Session: Mobile Computing + Mobile Agents + Ad-Hoc Networks + Manet
1) Dynamic Cost with Multi-Criteria Decision Method (MCDM) for Load Balancing in Heterogeneous Mobile Networks
2) The iTrust Local Reputation System for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
3) Supporting Secure Scalable End-To-End QoS in 4G Mobile Wireless Networks
4) Impact of Compression and Encryption Methods for Software Architectures in Data-Oriented Mobile Applications
5) Locally Complementary Multi-Path Routing in a MANET
6) A Sequence Frequency Reuse Scheme for Coordinated Multi-Point Transmission in LTE-A
7) Comparative Study of Proactive and Reactive Geographical Routing Protocols for MANET
8) An Email-Based Performance Analysis of Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks using OPNET Modeler
9) Characterization and Evaluation : Temporal Properties of Real and Synthetic Datasets for DTN
10) Evaluation of Modulo in a Multi-Channel 802.11 Wireless Network
11) Development of Outage Tolerant FSM Model for Fading Channels
Session: Wireless Networks And Energy Efficiency Issues
1) An Intelligent Approach For Improving Energy Efficiently in Smart Grids
2) An Energy Efficient and Minimum Latency Routing Protocol for Multihop WSNs
3) Enhancing Productivity of Costs and Energy through VNC and SAN
4) Enhancement Energy Efficient Routing in WSN
5) A Fuzzy Approach in Single Relay Selection for Cooperative Communication Based on Signal Strength and Residual Energy
Session: Novel Communication Systems + Algorithms + Tools + Transmission Systems + Protocols And Routing
1) Neural Networks for Admission Control in Wireless Mesh Networks
2) An Unambiguous Correlation Function With a Sharp Main-Peak for BOC Signal Tracking
3) A General Review of Different Methods for Wireless Power Transmission
4) Design and Evaluation of Wireless Tele-Control System Considering Channel Equalizer
5) Dynamic Packet Size Adaptation for Efficient Bluetooth Communication
6) Implementation of Automotive Platform for Real-Time Diagnosis
7) Cooperative Communication in Free Space Optical Systems
8) Train Safety Improvements using Microwave Networks
9) Parintins Smart Grid Project Backhaul
10) Yet another Look at the Problem of Detection of Unknown Deterministic Signals over Kappa-mu and Eta-mu Fading Channels
11) Evaluation of the Capacity of MIMO-OFDM Free Space Optical Communication System in Strong Turbulent Atmosphere
Session: Posters And Short Papers
1) Using a ZigBee Wireless Network for Greenhouse Control over the Internet
2) Efficient Processing of Sensor Network Data using Object-Oriented Databases
3) GPS and GSM based Points of Interest Localization System for Blind People
4) A Study on Signal Interference in Clustered WiFi Networks
5) Key Technologies of the Earth Integrated Information Network
Session: Late Breaking Papers: Sensor Networks, Security And Education, Fading Channels Issues
1) Minimum Latency Aggregation Scheduling in Interference-Aware 3-Dimensional WSNs
2) A Comparative Analysis of Hands-on Firewall Configuration Exercises for the Undergraduate Classroom
3) New Results on Asymptotic Analysis of Digital Communications in Generalized Fading Channels
Session: Sensor Networks, Security Issues, Mobile Systems, Mimo, Wimax, Gps, Standards, And Other Related Issues
1) Modified GPSR Protocol Using Mobility in Wireless Sensor Networks
2) AODV Security Considerations
3) A Framework For Mult-Mobile Orientation Models Using an Extended Kalman Filter and
4) Modeling Aspects of MIMO Communication Channels Based on Space-Time Block Codes
5) Study of the Feasibility of Radio over Fiber Technology for WiMAX Systems
6) City-wide Coordinated Ramp Metering Based on Wireless Sensor Networks
7) Mobile-Based Location Estimation Using Single Base Station
8) Mobile Computing: Security Issues
9) Low Complexity Quasi-Cyclic LDPC Decoder Architecture for IEEE 802.11n
10) Performance Analysis of a WiMAX/Wi-Fi System Whilst Streaming Different Video Conference Applications with Varying Network Loads
11) Security in Ubiquitous Computing: A Work in Progress
12) Wireless Overlay Sensor Networks
Hamid R. Arabnia is Professor, Computer Science; Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer); Elected Fellow, Int'l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The University of Georgia, Department of Computer Science.