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draft-cui-netext-pmipv6-shpmipv6-00

draft-cui-netext-pmipv6-shpmipv6-00

Seamless Handover for Multiple-Access Mobile Node in PMIPv6. draft-cui-netext-pmipv6-shpmipv6-00. Yong cui, Xin Xu , WD. Wang , XM. Li, YZ. Huo , W. Luo. Atlanta, NetExt WG, 2012-11-5. Motivation. RFC 5949 has proposed two modes of fast handover scheme, but both of them have a limit

By berg
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Advanced Sockets

Advanced Sockets

Introduction to Networking , Instructor: Prof. Yan Chen. Advanced Sockets. Ashish Gupta TA , Intro to Networking Jan 14 2004 Recital 2. The problem. You are a server and you want to listen for incoming connections as well as keep reading from the connections you already have. Blocking

By tracen
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Some Thoughts on the PAR

Some Thoughts on the PAR

Some Thoughts on the PAR. Date: 2013-11-11. Authors:. Items for PAR Scope, Purpose, Need. Metrics Targeted deployment scenarios Operating Bands. Metrics. Possible efficiency metrics area throughput average throughput per STA X times improvement in efficiency metric relative to 11n/ac

By jalene
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SIMULATION

SIMULATION

ON. SIMULATION. BROADBAND NETWORK TECHNOLOGY. Network Research Group Universiti Sains Malaysia. Table of Contents. BNT ATM ATM Building Blocks Physical Layer ATM Layer Transmission Delay System Works. OBJECTIVE.

By kueng
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Efficient Network Coded Data Transmission in DTN

Efficient Network Coded Data Transmission in DTN

Efficient Network Coded Data Transmission in DTN. - Paper By Yunfeng Lin, Baochun Li, Ben Liang. Outline. Motivation Constraints in DTN Network coding Vs Replication Binary Spraying Vs Epidemic routing Protocol Principle Assumptions Description Example Performance

By hova
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Cours 2

Cours 2

Cours 2. POP: point-of-presence. to/from backbone. peering. …. …. …. …. …. to/from customers. Tier-1 ISP: e.g., Sprint. “Tier-2” ISPs: smaller (often regional) ISPs Connect to one or more tier-1 ISPs, possibly other tier-2 ISPs. Tier-2 ISPs also peer privately with each other.

By semah
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INT-201: Computer Network and Communication System

INT-201: Computer Network and Communication System

INT-201: Computer Network and Communication System. Module2: Introduction2. อ . ดร. ภัทร ลีลาพฤทธิ์ Dr. Pattara Leelaprute Computer Engineering Department Kasetsart University pattara.l@ku.ac.th http://www.cpe.ku.ac.th/~pattara/int201.

By yeriel
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Analytical Model of Hop-to-End based Network-Adaptive FEC scheme over Multi-hop Wireless Networks

Analytical Model of Hop-to-End based Network-Adaptive FEC scheme over Multi-hop Wireless Networks

Analytical Model of Hop-to-End based Network-Adaptive FEC scheme over Multi-hop Wireless Networks. 2010.3.18 Koh Choi Networked Media Laboratory Dept. of Information & Communications Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (GIST). Introduction(1/2).

By stasia
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Tele-Robotics Demonstration (Rover Tele-operation)

Tele-Robotics Demonstration (Rover Tele-operation)

JUSTSAP-PISCES Symposium 2008. Tele-Robotics Demonstration (Rover Tele-operation). November 11, 2008. Agenda. Demonstration overview Technology and Products of remote control platform Let ’ s enjoy “ Rover Tele-operation Time Trial ”. Demonstration overview.

By delu
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Jonas Braasch Communication Acoustics and Aural Architecture Research Laboratory (C A 3 R L)

Jonas Braasch Communication Acoustics and Aural Architecture Research Laboratory (C A 3 R L)

An automated calibration system for telematic music applications. Jonas Braasch Communication Acoustics and Aural Architecture Research Laboratory (C A 3 R L) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY http://symphony.arch.rpi.edu/~carl. Steinberg and Snow (1934). Location A. Location B.

By fayola
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What’s the Internet: “nuts and bolts” view

What’s the Internet: “nuts and bolts” view

millions of connected computing devices: hosts = end systems running network apps. PC. Mobile network. server. Global ISP. wireless laptop. cellular handheld. Home network. Regional ISP. access points. wired links. Institutional network. router.

By nike
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Network Coding Schemes for Underwater Networks The Benefits of Implicit Acknowledgement

Network Coding Schemes for Underwater Networks The Benefits of Implicit Acknowledgement

Network Coding Schemes for Underwater Networks The Benefits of Implicit Acknowledgement. Daniel E. Lucani, Muriel Médard, Milica Stojanovic Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Introduction. Acoustic underwater communications [1]: Low propagation speed: High transmission delays

By milla
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Improving Clock Synchronization under KURT-Linux

Improving Clock Synchronization under KURT-Linux

Improving Clock Synchronization under KURT-Linux. T1. Client. d1. d2. Server. T2 T3. Solution Features. Driving Problem. Synchronization accuracy using NTP is dependent on the variance in transmission delay, and the accuracy of the timestamps taken.

By cahil
(142 views)

Data Communication and Networks

Data Communication and Networks

Data Communication and Networks. Lecture 2 Overview (Part 2) September 16, 2004 Joseph Conron Computer Science Department New York University jconron@cs.nyu.edu. Chapter 1: roadmap. 1.1 What is the Internet? 1.2 Network edge 1.3 Network core 1.4 Internet structure and ISPs

By esmeralda-gonzales
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Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 1: Introduction

Our goal: get context, overview, “feel” of networking more depth, detail later in course approach: descriptive use Internet as example. Overview: what’s the Internet what’s a protocol? network edge network core access net, physical media Internet/ISP structure

By blodwyn-perez
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How Fast Is the Internet -- Or – How Long Will It Take To Download That File?

How Fast Is the Internet -- Or – How Long Will It Take To Download That File?

How Fast Is the Internet -- Or – How Long Will It Take To Download That File?. John DeDourek July 7-8, 2003. Day 1 Schedule. How does the Internet work? Introductions Presentation Discussion Tour Network tools. Day 2 Schedule. How fast is the Internet? Presentation More tools

By holmes-vang
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A Design Framework for High-Density Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks Achieving Cooperative Diversity

A Design Framework for High-Density Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks Achieving Cooperative Diversity

A Design Framework for High-Density Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks Achieving Cooperative Diversity. Hamid Gharavi, Bin Hu and Nan Wu IEEE ICC 2010 Speak: Huei -Rung, Tsai. Outline. Introduction Goals System Structure Network Layer Design (CDSR protocol) MAC Layer Design PHY Layer Design

By basil-fry
(151 views)

IT 347: Chapter 1

IT 347: Chapter 1

IT 347: Chapter 1. Instructor: Christopher Cole Some slides taken from Kurose & Ross book. application presentation session transport network link physical. Top-down?. Networking layers Application layer = “high growth area” The Web, P2P, media streaming, etc. application transport

By acton-bright
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Computer Networks Performance Metrics

Computer Networks Performance Metrics

Computer Networks Term B10. Computer Networks Performance Metrics. Performance Metrics Outline. Introduce Queueing Model Generic Performance Metrics Components of Hop and End-to-End P acket Delay Traceroute Tool Other Performance Measures Packet Loss Rate. Computer Networks. T. X.

By bethany-cervantes
(149 views)

Chapter 1: roadmap

Chapter 1: roadmap

Chapter 1: roadmap. 1.1 What is the Internet? 1.2 Network edge end systems, access networks, links 1.3 Network core circuit switching, packet switching, network structure 1.4 Delay, loss and throughput in packet-switched networks 1.5 Protocol layers, service models

By bruce-sosa
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