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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Power Management for Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Energy Budgets

    This paper proposes and assesses analytical tools for large-scale monitoring applications with wireless sensor networks powered by energy-harvesting supplies. The authors introduce the concept of an energy budget, the amount of energy available to a sensor node for a given period of time. The presented tools can be utilized to...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Realistic Underlays for Overlay Simulation

    Overlay networks have become an enabler for innovation in today's Internet through cost-efficient and flexible deployment of novel services. The self-organization and scalability properties that peer-to-peer-based overlay networks provide have created real-world large-scale systems like Kad, or Amazon's Dynamo. Due to their distributed behavior, developing and evaluating large-scale overlay networks...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    End-to-End Quality-of-Service Support in Next Generation Networks With NSIS

    Future telecommunication networks are likely designed along the Next Generation Network (NGN) framework of the ITU-T. End-to-end Quality-of-Service support - independent from underlying transport-related technologies - is one of the fundamental requirements of NGNs. This paper presents an overarching QoS control architecture that is based on the IETF's Next Steps...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Ariba: A Framework for Developing Decentralized Services

    Developing new network services in the Internet is complex and costly. This high entrance barrier has prevented new innovation and has stuck the Internet as being mainly client/server-based. End-system based decentralized services are cheaper but more complex than centralized systems. The ariba framework aims at easy development of such decentralized...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    FleGSens - Secure Area Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Networks

    In the project FleGSens, a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) for the surveillance of critical areas and properties is currently developed which incorporates mechanisms to ensure information security. The intended prototype consists of 200 sensor nodes for monitoring a 500m long land strip. The system is focused on ensuring integrity and...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    End-to-End Quality-of-Service Support in Next Generation Networks With NSIS

    Future telecommunication networks are likely designed along the Next Generation Network (NGN) framework of the ITU-T. End-to-end Quality-of-Service support - independent from underlying transport-related technologies - is one of the fundamental requirements of NGNs. This paper presents an overarching QoS control architecture that is based on the IETF's Next Steps...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Power Management for Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Energy Budgets

    This paper proposes and assesses analytical tools for large-scale monitoring applications with wireless sensor networks powered by energy-harvesting supplies. The authors introduce the concept of an energy budget, the amount of energy available to a sensor node for a given period of time. The presented tools can be utilized to...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    FleGSens - Secure Area Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Networks

    In the project FleGSens, a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) for the surveillance of critical areas and properties is currently developed which incorporates mechanisms to ensure information security. The intended prototype consists of 200 sensor nodes for monitoring a 500m long land strip. The system is focused on ensuring integrity and...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Ariba: A Framework for Developing Decentralized Services

    Developing new network services in the Internet is complex and costly. This high entrance barrier has prevented new innovation and has stuck the Internet as being mainly client/server-based. End-system based decentralized services are cheaper but more complex than centralized systems. The ariba framework aims at easy development of such decentralized...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Realistic Underlays for Overlay Simulation

    Overlay networks have become an enabler for innovation in today's Internet through cost-efficient and flexible deployment of novel services. The self-organization and scalability properties that peer-to-peer-based overlay networks provide have created real-world large-scale systems like Kad, or Amazon's Dynamo. Due to their distributed behavior, developing and evaluating large-scale overlay networks...

    Provided By Institute of Telematics