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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 // Oct 2008

    A Mechanism to Structure Mission-Aware Interaction in Mobile Sensor Networks

    One of the main appeals of mobile sensors is the variety of environments in which they can operate as an autonomous network. Different environments, however, present different challenges, especially in terms of inter-sensor communication. In sparse environments, it may not be possible to maintain full connectivity at all times, setting...

    Provided By University of New Hampshire

  • 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

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    A Mechanism to Structure Mission-Aware Interaction in Mobile Sensor Networks

    One of the main appeals of mobile sensors is the variety of environments in which they can operate as an autonomous network. Different environments, however, present different challenges, especially in terms of inter-sensor communication. In sparse environments, it may not be possible to maintain full connectivity at all times, setting...

    Provided By University of New Hampshire