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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    A Comparison of Efficiency, Throughput, and Energy Requirements of Wireless Access Points

    As energy sources are dwindling, power consumption is a major obstacle facing virtually every industry. Alongside Internet access, wireless computer networks, more commonly known as Wi-Fi networks, have become widely adopted. These wireless networks have found their way into the homes and have also spread to the enterprise market. Typical...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The Financial Crisis And The Systemic Failure Of Academic Economics

    The economics profession appears to have been unaware of the long build-up to the current worldwide financial crisis and to have significantly underestimated its dimensions once it started to unfold. In the authors' view, this lack of understanding is due to a misallocation of research efforts in economics. They trace...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Scalability of HTTP Pacing With Intelligent Bursting

    While streaming protocols like RTSP/RTP have continued to evolved, HTTP has remained a primary method for Web-based video retrieval. The ubiquity and simplicity of HTTP makes it a popular choice for many applications. However, HTTP was not designed for retrieving data with just-in-time tolerances; HTTP servers have always taken an...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Scalability of HTTP Pacing With Intelligent Bursting

    While streaming protocols like RTSP/RTP have continued to evolved, HTTP has remained a primary method for Web-based video retrieval. The ubiquity and simplicity of HTTP makes it a popular choice for many applications. However, HTTP was not designed for retrieving data with just-in-time tolerances; HTTP servers have always taken an...

    Provided By University of New Hampshire

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The Financial Crisis And The Systemic Failure Of Academic Economics

    The economics profession appears to have been unaware of the long build-up to the current worldwide financial crisis and to have significantly underestimated its dimensions once it started to unfold. In the authors' view, this lack of understanding is due to a misallocation of research efforts in economics. They trace...

    Provided By University of New Hampshire

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    A Comparison of Efficiency, Throughput, and Energy Requirements of Wireless Access Points

    As energy sources are dwindling, power consumption is a major obstacle facing virtually every industry. Alongside Internet access, wireless computer networks, more commonly known as Wi-Fi networks, have become widely adopted. These wireless networks have found their way into the homes and have also spread to the enterprise market. Typical...

    Provided By University of New Hampshire