University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

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  • White Papers // Nov 2014

    Carrier Components Assignment Method for LTE and LTE-A Systems Based on User Profile and Application

    Increasing number of mobile users accesses large multimedia files (such as high definition audio, video, images, etc.) over the Internet. Therefore, the bandwidth demand for mobile Internet access is getting exponentially larger. To answer users' demand, carrier aggregation is proposed in LTE-A. In carrier aggregation, multi bands are used and...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    An Effective Framework of Behavior Detection- Advanced Static Analysis for Malware Detection

    The recent development of malwares is rapidly progressing and intruders are getting better at concealing malwares to deceive users while researchers are developing security systems. One of the methods which are commonly used is behavior detection. In this paper, a more efficient behavior detection method and the framework of intrusion...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Sep 2014

    Analysis of Static Partial Carrier Components Assignment in LTE Systems

    Large multimedia files (such as high definition audio, video, images, etc.) are accessed by an enormous number of mobile users over the Internet. Therefore, the bandwidth demand for mobile Internet access is increasing exponentially. To answer users' demand, carrier aggregation is proposed in LTE systems. In carrier aggregation, the best...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2014

    h-DDSS: Heterogeneous Dynamic Dedicated Servers Scheduling in Cloud Computing

    Simplicity of usage, flexibility of data access, ease of maintenance, time and energy efficiency, and pay as the user go policy have increased the usage of cloud computing over traditional computing. Cloud computing should be able to meet the performance expectations of different classes of customers. However, inefficient scheduling algorithms...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Jul 2013

    Multi Class Traffic Analysis of Single and Multi-band Queuing System

    To facilitate higher bandwidth for multimedia traffic, modern routers support simultaneous multi-band communication, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there is lack of quantitative evaluation to judge whether multi-band is better than single band router in realistic scenarios. The authors' objective is to propose a scheduling...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Apr 2013

    Differential-Private Data Publishing Through Component Analysis

    A reasonable compromise of privacy and utility exists at an \"Appropriate\" resolution of the data. The authors proposed novel mechanisms to achieve Privacy Preserving Data Publishing (PPDP) satisfying e-differential privacy with improved utility through component analysis. The mechanisms studied in this paper are Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Linear Discriminant...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Scheduling and Queue Management of Multi-Band Mobile Routers

    Recent trend in Internet usage have seen large amount of multimedia data due to increasingly large number of mobile users. To facilitate higher bandwidth, modern mobile routers are capable of supporting simultaneous multi-band, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there exists no previous paper that attempt...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Novel Scheduling and Queue Management Scheme for Multi-band Mobile Routers

    Recent trend in Internet usage have seen large amount of multimedia data due to increasingly large number of mobile users. To facilitate higher bandwidth, modern mobile routers are capable of supporting simultaneous multi-band, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there exists no previous work that attempt...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Online SNR Statistic Estimation for LDPC Decoding Over AWGN Channel Using Laplace Propagation

    Estimating accurately channel noise has significant impact on the performance of channel coding. In this paper, the authors present a low complexity online estimator at the decoder side for Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC) codes over Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) channels with a time-varying noise. The proposed algorithm is obtained...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Multi-Class Traffic Analysis of Single and Multi-band Queuing System

    To facilitate higher bandwidth for multimedia traffic, modern mobile routers support simultaneous multi-band communication, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there exists no quantitative evaluation to judge whether multi-band is better than single band router in realistic scenario. The authors' main objective in this paper is...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Implementation of Secure Quantum Protocol Using Multiple Photons for Communication

    The paper presents the implementation of a quantum cryptography protocol for secure communication between servers in the cloud. As computing power increases, classical cryptography and key management schemes based on computational complexity become increasingly susceptible to brute force and cryptanalytic attacks. Current implementations of quantum cryptography are based on the...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Performance Evaluation of Multihomed NEMO

    Mobile networks can be formed in bus, train, aircrafts, satellites with a wide variety of on-board IP-enabled devices and NEtwork MObility (NEMO) protocols are required to support uninterrupted services to ongoing sessions. Earlier works have not demonstrated seamless handover for NEMO architecture. In this paper, the authors proposed a handover...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2012

    A Routing Layer Sleep Scheme for Data Gathering in Wireless Sensor Networks

    Data gathering is a typical operation in wireless sensor networks where data flow through a data gathering tree towards a sink node. Plenty of work had been done on constructing energy-efficient data gathering trees at the routing layer. However, data generation in wireless sensor networks could be bursty as it...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2012

    On the Efficiency of IPv6-Based Network Mobility

    Mobile networks can be formed in vehicles, ships, satellites with a wide variety of on-board IP-enable devices. In spite of the fact that the connection configuration of the components inside the mobile network can influence its total cost and performance regarding mobility management, there exists no standard topological configuration of...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    A Personnel Detection Algorithm for an Intermodal Maritime Application of ITS Technology for Security at Port Facilities

    With an overwhelming number of containers entering the United States on a daily basis, ports of entry are causing major concerns for homeland security. The disruption to commerce to inspect all containers would be prohibitive. Currently, fences and port security patrols protect these container storage yards. To improve security system...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Survivability Evaluation of NEMO with Multiple Mobile Routers

    NEtwork MObility (NEMO) can be formed with IP-enabled devices in motion. Mobile Router (MR) acts as the gateway for all the nodes inside a mobile network. As the MR is the key entity in NEMO, the load on MR can be very high and can become the performance bottleneck. Increase...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Scalability Analysis of a Multihomed Network Mobility Protocol

    Previous papers have analyzed cost and performance of multihomed network mobility management protocols, such as, Seamless IP diversity-based NEtwork MObility management scheme (SINEMO). However, increase in the number of mobile nodes raises scalability issues which can result in its performance degradation. In this paper, the authors have developed analytical models...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Network Mobility in Satellite Networks: Architecture and the Protocol

    Mobility management is required to ensure the session continuity for multiple IP-enabled devices onboard a satellite that hands off between ground stations. NEtwork MObility (NEMO) can efficiently manage the mobility of multiple IP-enabled devices that are connected as a mobile network. However, existing mobility management solutions for satellite networks are...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    Security Issues in Space Networks

    Satellites are being used to capture real-time images, video for various purposes, such as, observing the Earth, weather data, live images for tornado, cyclones, tsunami, etc. In future, these data can be accessed by terrestrial users through the Internet. Mobility protocols aim at providing uninterrupted real-time data communication facilities through...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Impact of Topology on the Performance of Communication Networks

    This paper investigates the implications of topologies on the average path length of networks, which is the dominant parameter affecting performance. Based on the available literature, classic network topologies are reviewed and analyzed. Furthermore, a new class of communication networks is introduced, and a topology design algorithm is proposed to...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Performance Analysis of Prefix Delegation-Based Route Optimization Schemes: Effects of increasing the Number of Nodes

    Prefix delegation-based schemes have been proposed to solve the route optimization problem in NEtwork MObility (NEMO) where multiple IP-enabled hosts move together as a mobile network. Differences in the route optimization for hosts at the cost of increased signaling will result in performance difference of the schemes depending on parameters,...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Applicability and Performance of NEMO in Satellite Networks

    Future low earth orbiting spacecrafts will contain several IP-enabled devices, such as Earth observing equipment that will be accessible by terrestrial users through the Internet. Mobility solutions, such as mobile IPv6, can be used to handle the mobility of individual devices as the spacecraft moves around the Earth and handsover...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Implementation of Secure Quantum Protocol Using Multiple Photons for Communication

    The paper presents the implementation of a quantum cryptography protocol for secure communication between servers in the cloud. As computing power increases, classical cryptography and key management schemes based on computational complexity become increasingly susceptible to brute force and cryptanalytic attacks. Current implementations of quantum cryptography are based on the...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2012

    A Routing Layer Sleep Scheme for Data Gathering in Wireless Sensor Networks

    Data gathering is a typical operation in wireless sensor networks where data flow through a data gathering tree towards a sink node. Plenty of work had been done on constructing energy-efficient data gathering trees at the routing layer. However, data generation in wireless sensor networks could be bursty as it...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Online SNR Statistic Estimation for LDPC Decoding Over AWGN Channel Using Laplace Propagation

    Estimating accurately channel noise has significant impact on the performance of channel coding. In this paper, the authors present a low complexity online estimator at the decoder side for Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC) codes over Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) channels with a time-varying noise. The proposed algorithm is obtained...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Performance Evaluation of Multihomed NEMO

    Mobile networks can be formed in bus, train, aircrafts, satellites with a wide variety of on-board IP-enabled devices and NEtwork MObility (NEMO) protocols are required to support uninterrupted services to ongoing sessions. Earlier works have not demonstrated seamless handover for NEMO architecture. In this paper, the authors proposed a handover...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2012

    On the Efficiency of IPv6-Based Network Mobility

    Mobile networks can be formed in vehicles, ships, satellites with a wide variety of on-board IP-enable devices. In spite of the fact that the connection configuration of the components inside the mobile network can influence its total cost and performance regarding mobility management, there exists no standard topological configuration of...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Impact of Topology on the Performance of Communication Networks

    This paper investigates the implications of topologies on the average path length of networks, which is the dominant parameter affecting performance. Based on the available literature, classic network topologies are reviewed and analyzed. Furthermore, a new class of communication networks is introduced, and a topology design algorithm is proposed to...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Apr 2013

    Differential-Private Data Publishing Through Component Analysis

    A reasonable compromise of privacy and utility exists at an \"Appropriate\" resolution of the data. The authors proposed novel mechanisms to achieve Privacy Preserving Data Publishing (PPDP) satisfying e-differential privacy with improved utility through component analysis. The mechanisms studied in this paper are Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Linear Discriminant...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    A Novel Scheduling and Queue Management Scheme for Multi-band Mobile Routers

    Recent trend in Internet usage have seen large amount of multimedia data due to increasingly large number of mobile users. To facilitate higher bandwidth, modern mobile routers are capable of supporting simultaneous multi-band, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there exists no previous work that attempt...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Jul 2013

    Multi Class Traffic Analysis of Single and Multi-band Queuing System

    To facilitate higher bandwidth for multimedia traffic, modern routers support simultaneous multi-band communication, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there is lack of quantitative evaluation to judge whether multi-band is better than single band router in realistic scenarios. The authors' objective is to propose a scheduling...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Network Mobility in Satellite Networks: Architecture and the Protocol

    Mobility management is required to ensure the session continuity for multiple IP-enabled devices onboard a satellite that hands off between ground stations. NEtwork MObility (NEMO) can efficiently manage the mobility of multiple IP-enabled devices that are connected as a mobile network. However, existing mobility management solutions for satellite networks are...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Multi-Class Traffic Analysis of Single and Multi-band Queuing System

    To facilitate higher bandwidth for multimedia traffic, modern mobile routers support simultaneous multi-band communication, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there exists no quantitative evaluation to judge whether multi-band is better than single band router in realistic scenario. The authors' main objective in this paper is...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // May 2011

    Security Issues in Space Networks

    Satellites are being used to capture real-time images, video for various purposes, such as, observing the Earth, weather data, live images for tornado, cyclones, tsunami, etc. In future, these data can be accessed by terrestrial users through the Internet. Mobility protocols aim at providing uninterrupted real-time data communication facilities through...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Survivability Evaluation of NEMO with Multiple Mobile Routers

    NEtwork MObility (NEMO) can be formed with IP-enabled devices in motion. Mobile Router (MR) acts as the gateway for all the nodes inside a mobile network. As the MR is the key entity in NEMO, the load on MR can be very high and can become the performance bottleneck. Increase...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Scalability Analysis of a Multihomed Network Mobility Protocol

    Previous papers have analyzed cost and performance of multihomed network mobility management protocols, such as, Seamless IP diversity-based NEtwork MObility management scheme (SINEMO). However, increase in the number of mobile nodes raises scalability issues which can result in its performance degradation. In this paper, the authors have developed analytical models...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Performance Analysis of Prefix Delegation-Based Route Optimization Schemes: Effects of increasing the Number of Nodes

    Prefix delegation-based schemes have been proposed to solve the route optimization problem in NEtwork MObility (NEMO) where multiple IP-enabled hosts move together as a mobile network. Differences in the route optimization for hosts at the cost of increased signaling will result in performance difference of the schemes depending on parameters,...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2014

    h-DDSS: Heterogeneous Dynamic Dedicated Servers Scheduling in Cloud Computing

    Simplicity of usage, flexibility of data access, ease of maintenance, time and energy efficiency, and pay as the user go policy have increased the usage of cloud computing over traditional computing. Cloud computing should be able to meet the performance expectations of different classes of customers. However, inefficient scheduling algorithms...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Sep 2014

    Analysis of Static Partial Carrier Components Assignment in LTE Systems

    Large multimedia files (such as high definition audio, video, images, etc.) are accessed by an enormous number of mobile users over the Internet. Therefore, the bandwidth demand for mobile Internet access is increasing exponentially. To answer users' demand, carrier aggregation is proposed in LTE systems. In carrier aggregation, the best...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    An Effective Framework of Behavior Detection- Advanced Static Analysis for Malware Detection

    The recent development of malwares is rapidly progressing and intruders are getting better at concealing malwares to deceive users while researchers are developing security systems. One of the methods which are commonly used is behavior detection. In this paper, a more efficient behavior detection method and the framework of intrusion...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Nov 2014

    Carrier Components Assignment Method for LTE and LTE-A Systems Based on User Profile and Application

    Increasing number of mobile users accesses large multimedia files (such as high definition audio, video, images, etc.) over the Internet. Therefore, the bandwidth demand for mobile Internet access is getting exponentially larger. To answer users' demand, carrier aggregation is proposed in LTE-A. In carrier aggregation, multi bands are used and...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2013

    Scheduling and Queue Management of Multi-Band Mobile Routers

    Recent trend in Internet usage have seen large amount of multimedia data due to increasingly large number of mobile users. To facilitate higher bandwidth, modern mobile routers are capable of supporting simultaneous multi-band, leading to less interference, higher capacity and better reliability. However, there exists no previous paper that attempt...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Applicability and Performance of NEMO in Satellite Networks

    Future low earth orbiting spacecrafts will contain several IP-enabled devices, such as Earth observing equipment that will be accessible by terrestrial users through the Internet. Mobility solutions, such as mobile IPv6, can be used to handle the mobility of individual devices as the spacecraft moves around the Earth and handsover...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    A Personnel Detection Algorithm for an Intermodal Maritime Application of ITS Technology for Security at Port Facilities

    With an overwhelming number of containers entering the United States on a daily basis, ports of entry are causing major concerns for homeland security. The disruption to commerce to inspect all containers would be prohibitive. Currently, fences and port security patrols protect these container storage yards. To improve security system...

    Provided By University of NV Seismological Lab. & Dept. of Geological Science