Tokyo University of Science

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  • White Papers // Sep 2012

    Route Discovery Methods Based on Received Power of Repeater Nodes for Wireless Sensor Networks

    In this paper, two route discovery methods based on received power of repeater nodes for sensor networks are studied. The first proposed method is a simple one and the second proposed method is in multipath fading environments. In both methods, the received power information in Physical Layer of repeater nodes...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Towards a Common Platform to Support Business Processes, Services and Semantics

    The search for the Holy Grail in achieving interoperability of business processes, services and semantics continues with every new type or search for the Silver Bullet. Most approaches towards interoperability either are focusing narrowly on the simplistic notion using technology supporting a cowboy-style development without much regard to metadata or...

    Provided By Tokyo University of Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Active-Active Firewall Cluster Support in OpenBSD

    The OpenBSD UNIX-like operating system has developed several technologies that make it useful in the role of an IP router and packet filtering firewall. These technologies include support for several standard routing protocols such as BGP and OSPF, a high performance stateful IP packet filter called pf, shared IP address...

    Provided By Tokyo University of Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Active-Active Firewall Cluster Support in OpenBSD

    The OpenBSD UNIX-like operating system has developed several technologies that make it useful in the role of an IP router and packet filtering firewall. These technologies include support for several standard routing protocols such as BGP and OSPF, a high performance stateful IP packet filter called pf, shared IP address...

    Provided By Tokyo University of Science

  • White Papers // Sep 2012

    Route Discovery Methods Based on Received Power of Repeater Nodes for Wireless Sensor Networks

    In this paper, two route discovery methods based on received power of repeater nodes for sensor networks are studied. The first proposed method is a simple one and the second proposed method is in multipath fading environments. In both methods, the received power information in Physical Layer of repeater nodes...

    Provided By Tokyo University of Science

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Towards a Common Platform to Support Business Processes, Services and Semantics

    The search for the Holy Grail in achieving interoperability of business processes, services and semantics continues with every new type or search for the Silver Bullet. Most approaches towards interoperability either are focusing narrowly on the simplistic notion using technology supporting a cowboy-style development without much regard to metadata or...

    Provided By Tokyo University of Science