Tongji University

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  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Optimization Network Selection for Group Handover in Heterogeneous Vehicular Network

    In this paper, the authors propose a network controlled group handover scheme in heterogeneous vehicular networks, which seeks to not only maximize system throughput but also minimize the system latency cost and balance the overall load among all access networks. They formulate the handover issue as a combined cost function,...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Comments on a Buyer-Seller Watermarking Protocol for Large Scale Networks

    Buyer-seller watermarking are protocols guaranteeing the buyer prevents false infringement accusations and the seller protects the watermark secrets from the buyer. Most recently, Chang et al. proposed an efficient and fair buyer-seller watermarking scheme for large scale networks quite recently. In this correspondence, the authors first shows its three weaknesses:...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Energy-Aware Tree Routing Protocol With Neighbor Self-Adjustment for Wireless Sensor Networks

    Tree Routing (TR) is a simplified routing protocol proposed for wireless senor networks. It uses only the parent-child links for packet forwarding which not only increases the hop-counts but also makes an uneven energy consumption of the network. Enhanced Tree Routing (ETR) is one variant of TR proposed recently, in...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Season: Shelving Interference and Joint Identification in Large-Scale RFID Systems

    Prior work on anti-collision for Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) systems usually schedule adjacent readers to exclusively interrogate tags for avoiding reader collisions. Although such a pattern can effectively deal with collisions, the lack of readers' collaboration wastes numerous times on the scheduling process and dramatically degrades the throughput of identification....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    MobiCom 2010 Poster: Capacity and Delay in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Under Gaussian Channel Model

    The authors study the asymptotic delay and throughput in mobile ad hoc networks where n ad hoc nodes are distributed uniformly on a 2-D square (torus) region of area n. The communications between nodes are characterized by Gaussian Channel model, instead of the simplified protocol model or physical model. The...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    CUDA: Speeding Up Parallel Computing

    CUDA is a computing engine in NVIDIA GPUs that is available to programmers using common programming languages. It's intended for developing parallel processing applications. The CUDA parallel-computing architecture supports many computational interfaces such as OpenGL and it is being used to speed up a large variety of applications in cryptography,...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Seismic Analyses Of Long Span Steel-Concrete Composite Bridge

    The works presented in this paper focus on the performance of the Steel-Concrete Composite (SCC) bridge during severe earthquakes. In order to obtain the detailed information of the SCC bridges constructed in China, an investigation on the statistics of 46 exiting SCC bridges was carried out initially. Base on a...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    CUDA: Speeding Up Parallel Computing

    CUDA is a computing engine in NVIDIA GPUs that is available to programmers using common programming languages. It's intended for developing parallel processing applications. The CUDA parallel-computing architecture supports many computational interfaces such as OpenGL and it is being used to speed up a large variety of applications in cryptography,...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Seismic Analyses Of Long Span Steel-Concrete Composite Bridge

    The works presented in this paper focus on the performance of the Steel-Concrete Composite (SCC) bridge during severe earthquakes. In order to obtain the detailed information of the SCC bridges constructed in China, an investigation on the statistics of 46 exiting SCC bridges was carried out initially. Base on a...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Season: Shelving Interference and Joint Identification in Large-Scale RFID Systems

    Prior work on anti-collision for Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) systems usually schedule adjacent readers to exclusively interrogate tags for avoiding reader collisions. Although such a pattern can effectively deal with collisions, the lack of readers' collaboration wastes numerous times on the scheduling process and dramatically degrades the throughput of identification....

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    MobiCom 2010 Poster: Capacity and Delay in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Under Gaussian Channel Model

    The authors study the asymptotic delay and throughput in mobile ad hoc networks where n ad hoc nodes are distributed uniformly on a 2-D square (torus) region of area n. The communications between nodes are characterized by Gaussian Channel model, instead of the simplified protocol model or physical model. The...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Optimization Network Selection for Group Handover in Heterogeneous Vehicular Network

    In this paper, the authors propose a network controlled group handover scheme in heterogeneous vehicular networks, which seeks to not only maximize system throughput but also minimize the system latency cost and balance the overall load among all access networks. They formulate the handover issue as a combined cost function,...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Energy-Aware Tree Routing Protocol With Neighbor Self-Adjustment for Wireless Sensor Networks

    Tree Routing (TR) is a simplified routing protocol proposed for wireless senor networks. It uses only the parent-child links for packet forwarding which not only increases the hop-counts but also makes an uneven energy consumption of the network. Enhanced Tree Routing (ETR) is one variant of TR proposed recently, in...

    Provided By Tongji University

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Comments on a Buyer-Seller Watermarking Protocol for Large Scale Networks

    Buyer-seller watermarking are protocols guaranteeing the buyer prevents false infringement accusations and the seller protects the watermark secrets from the buyer. Most recently, Chang et al. proposed an efficient and fair buyer-seller watermarking scheme for large scale networks quite recently. In this correspondence, the authors first shows its three weaknesses:...

    Provided By Tongji University