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NOMS 2014 - 2014 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium

Held in even-numbered years since 1988, NOMS continues to be the primary forum for technical exchange of research, standards, development, systems integrator, service providers, and user communities, presenting the latest approaches and technical solutions in the area of network operations and management.


2013 IEEE 9th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WiMob)

The 9th IEEE WiMob conference is an international forum for the exchange of experience and knowledge among researchers and developers concerned with wireless and mobile technology. For nine years, the International IEEE WiMob conference has provided unique opportunities for researchers to interact, share new results, show live demonstrations, and discuss emerging directions in Wireless Communications, Mobile Networking and Ubiquitous Computing.IEEE WiMob 2013 will be held at Sofitel, Lyon, France.IEEE WiMob 2013 is soliciting high quality technical papers addressing research challenges in the areas of wireless communications, wireless networking, mobility, nomadicity, ubiquitous computing, services and applications. Papers should present original work validated via analysis, simulation or experimentation. Practical experiences and Testbed trials also are welcome.


2012 ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS)

ANCS is a systems-oriented research conference, presenting original work that explores the relationship between the architecture of modern computer networks and the architecture of the individual hardware and software elements from which these networks are built. This year's conference will emphasize in its paper selection research on computer and network systems that provide the foundations of emerging network technologies and the future Internet.

  • 2011 ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS)

    ANCS is a systems-oriented research conference, presenting original work that explores the relationship between the architecture of modern computer networks and the architecture of the individual hardware and software elements from which these networks are built.

  • 2010 ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS)

    ANCS is a systems-oriented research conference, presenting original work that explores the relationship between the architecture of modern computer networks and the architecture of the individual hardware and software elements from which these networks are built. This year's conference will particularly emphasize insight into broader systems issues in its paper selection, to recognize and foster the growth of research that lies at the intersection of computer and network systems architecture.

  • 2009 ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS)

    ANCS is a systems-oriented research conference, presenting original work that explores the relationship between the architecture of modern computer networks and the architecture of the individual hardware and software elements from which these networks are built. This year's conference will particularly emphasize insight into broader systems issues in its paper selection, to recognize and foster the growth of research that lies at the intersection of computer and network systems architecture.

  • 2008 ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS)

    ANCS is a research conference that focuses on the architecture and design of hardware and software for modern communication networks. The combination of increasing network bandwidth and expanding functionality pose continuing and growing challenges for system designers. New technology elements, including network processors, content addressable memories, multi-core processors, configurable logic and special-purpose components offer new opportunities for meeting these challenges, but also raise a variety of n

  • 2007 ACM/IEEE Symposium on Architectures for Networking and Communications Systems (ANCS)

    ANCS is a research conference that focuses on the architecture and design of hardware and software for modern communication networks. The combination of increasing network bandwidth and expanding functionality pose continuing and growing challenges for system designers. New technology elements, including network processors, content addressable memories, configurable logic and special-purpose components offer new opportunities for meeting these challenges, but also raise a variety of new issues. ANCS focuses


2010 5th International Multi-Conference on Computing in the Global Information Technology (ICCGI)

The Fifth International Conference on Computing in the Global Information Technology (ICCGI 2010) continues a series of international events covering a large spectrum of topics related to global knowledge concerning computation, technologies, mechanisms, cognitive patterns, thinking, communications, user-centric approaches, nanotechnologies, and advanced networking and systems. The conference topics focus on challenging aspects in the next generation of information technology and communications related to t


2010 Sixth International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks (WCSN)

WCSN-2010 aims to capture current developments in the field of wireless communications and sensor networks by bringing researchers, manufacturers and engineers together. This meeting is intended to spur new ideas through sharing the views, ideas, research and experiences of the experts and to motivate students to work in these areas.

  • 2009 Fifth International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks (WCSN)

    Wireless communication and sensor networks occupy a very important position in creating the ubiquitous environments that would have profound influence on society. The wireless communication technologies and devices are fast converging and soon would allow the creation of a global wireless network that would be the backbone of variety of ubiquitous services. Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks (WSAN) would influence the world through their pervasive nature in remote distributed monitoring and control by takin

  • 2008 Fourth International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks (WCSN)

    Wireless communication and sensor networks occupy a very important place in creating the ubiquitous environments that would have profound influence on the society. The wireless communication technologies and devices are fast converging and soon would allow the creation of a global wireless network that would be the backbone of variety of ubiquitous services. Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks (WSAN) would influence the world through their pervasive nature in remote distributive monitoring and control by tak

  • 2007 Third International Conference on Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks (WCSN)

    Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks (WSAN) would influence the world through their pervasive nature in remote distributive monitoring and control by taking advantage of the developments in wireless communication, Embedded systems, Semantic web, smart surroundings, etc. Despite of its promise, many breakthrough developments like power aware designs, and availability of much greater wireless channel bandwidth are needed. These energy and bandwidth constraints present fundamental challenges in developing intell


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Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, IEEE Transactions on

Video A/D and D/A, display technology, image analysis and processing, video signal characterization and representation, video compression techniques and signal processing, multidimensional filters and transforms, analog video signal processing, neural networks for video applications, nonlinear video signal processing, video storage and retrieval, computer vision, packet video, high-speed real-time circuits, VLSI architecture and implementation for video technology, multiprocessor systems--hardware and software-- ...


Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

Artificial intelligence techniques, including speech, voice, graphics, images, and documents; knowledge and data engineering tools and techniques; parallel and distributed processing; real-time distributed processing; system architectures, integration, and modeling; database design, modeling, and management; query design, and implementation languages; distributed database control; statistical databases; algorithms for data and knowledge management; performance evaluation of algorithms and systems; data communications aspects; system ...


Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on

IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing publishes archival research results on mobility of users, systems, data and computing, issues in information organization and access, and services, management, and applications; Emphasis on various areas of nomadic computing, multimedia applications, mobile data and knowledge management, and mobile communication systems and networking. TMC focuses on key technical issues related to (a) architectures, (b) support ...


Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on

The goal of IEEE Transactions on Multimedia is to integrate all aspects of multimedia systems and technology, signal processing, and applications. It will cover various aspects of research in multimedia technology and applications including, but not limited to: circuits, algorithms and macro/micro-architectures, software, detailed design, synchronization, interaction, joint processing and coordination of multimedia and multimodal signals/data, compression, storage, retrieval, communication, ...


Networking, IEEE/ACM Transactions on

Network architecture and design, communication protocols, network software, network technologies, network software, network technologies, network services and applications, and network operations and management.


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Broadband CPW-fed RFID Antenna at 2.45/5.80 GHz

D. Ma; W. X. Zhang 2007 International Workshop on Anti-Counterfeiting, Security and Identification (ASID), 2007

A kind of half-ring folded-slot antennas with CPW-fed structure is presented. Two antennas which operate at 2.45 GHz and 5.80 GHz band are designed and fabricated respectively. The 2.45 GHz one with the size of 30 x 36 mm has bandwidth of 17.6 % (VSWR les 2:1) and gain of 1.76~2.21 dBi; the 5.80 GHz one has bandwidth of 26 ...


Theoretic framework of network feedback control with long delays

B. G. Kim; S. S. Joo; H. H. Lee Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems: Workshops, 2000

It is well known that feedback control may be difficult in a network with long propagation delays (with large bandwidth-delay products). The focus of this article is to provide a theoretical framework of various feedback-based congestion control techniques. Two broad classes of control algorithms are presented: source- and switch (network)-intelligence models. In a source- intelligence model, traffic sources adjust their ...


Rectangular microstrip antenna on a ferrite substrate

S. Das; S. Chowdhury IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 1982

The bandwidth and radiation characteristics of a simple quarter wave microstrip antenna on a typical ferrite substrate are measured and compared with the theoretical results in the lower range of ultrahigh frequency (UHF). A method has also been discussed for impedance matching of the antenna to the feed line.


Design of a linear C-band helix TWT for digital communications experiments using the CHRISTINE suite of large-signal codes

D. K. Abe; B. Levush; T. M. Antonsen; D. R. Whaley; B. G. Danly IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2002

A set of optimization goal functions designed to improve the efficiency and linearity performance of helix traveling-wave tubes (TWT) is described. These goal functions were implemented in the CHRISTINE suite of large-signal helix TWT codes along with a steepest-descent optimization algorithm to automate the process of circuit parameter variation and to facilitate the rapid exploration of alternative TWT designs. We ...


Investigation of acoustic noise radiated from direct torque controlled induction machines

L. Xu; Z. Q. Zhu; D. Howe Proceedings IPEMC 2000. Third International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (IEEE Cat. No.00EX435), 2000

The acoustic noise radiated from direct torque controlled (DTC) induction motor drives is investigated and compared with those from space vector PWM (SVPWM) and random PWM (RPWM). It shows that, in contrast to SVPWM, which results in cluster harmonic spectra and tonal acoustic noise, DTC and RPWM system have similar spread spectrum feature, and atonal noise emissions, whilst an optimal ...


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Broadband CPW-fed RFID Antenna at 2.45/5.80 GHz

D. Ma; W. X. Zhang 2007 International Workshop on Anti-Counterfeiting, Security and Identification (ASID), 2007

A kind of half-ring folded-slot antennas with CPW-fed structure is presented. Two antennas which operate at 2.45 GHz and 5.80 GHz band are designed and fabricated respectively. The 2.45 GHz one with the size of 30 x 36 mm has bandwidth of 17.6 % (VSWR les 2:1) and gain of 1.76~2.21 dBi; the 5.80 GHz one has bandwidth of 26 ...


Theoretic framework of network feedback control with long delays

B. G. Kim; S. S. Joo; H. H. Lee Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems: Workshops, 2000

It is well known that feedback control may be difficult in a network with long propagation delays (with large bandwidth-delay products). The focus of this article is to provide a theoretical framework of various feedback-based congestion control techniques. Two broad classes of control algorithms are presented: source- and switch (network)-intelligence models. In a source- intelligence model, traffic sources adjust their ...


Rectangular microstrip antenna on a ferrite substrate

S. Das; S. Chowdhury IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 1982

The bandwidth and radiation characteristics of a simple quarter wave microstrip antenna on a typical ferrite substrate are measured and compared with the theoretical results in the lower range of ultrahigh frequency (UHF). A method has also been discussed for impedance matching of the antenna to the feed line.


Design of a linear C-band helix TWT for digital communications experiments using the CHRISTINE suite of large-signal codes

D. K. Abe; B. Levush; T. M. Antonsen; D. R. Whaley; B. G. Danly IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2002

A set of optimization goal functions designed to improve the efficiency and linearity performance of helix traveling-wave tubes (TWT) is described. These goal functions were implemented in the CHRISTINE suite of large-signal helix TWT codes along with a steepest-descent optimization algorithm to automate the process of circuit parameter variation and to facilitate the rapid exploration of alternative TWT designs. We ...


Investigation of acoustic noise radiated from direct torque controlled induction machines

L. Xu; Z. Q. Zhu; D. Howe Proceedings IPEMC 2000. Third International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (IEEE Cat. No.00EX435), 2000

The acoustic noise radiated from direct torque controlled (DTC) induction motor drives is investigated and compared with those from space vector PWM (SVPWM) and random PWM (RPWM). It shows that, in contrast to SVPWM, which results in cluster harmonic spectra and tonal acoustic noise, DTC and RPWM system have similar spread spectrum feature, and atonal noise emissions, whilst an optimal ...


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  • Optimal Design of a CMOS OpAmp via Geometric Programming

    We describe a new method for determining component values and transistor dimensions for CMOS operational amplifiers (op-amps), We observe that a wide variety of design objectives and constraints have a special form, i.e., they are _posynomial_ functions of the design variables. As a result, the amplifier design problem can be expressed as a special form of optimization problem called _geometric programming_, for which very efficient _global optimization_ methods have been developed. As a consequence we can efficiently determine _globally optimal_ amplifier designs or globally optimal tradeoffs among competing performance measures such as power, open-loop gain, and bandwidth. Our method, therefore, yields completely automated sizing of (globally) optimal CMOS amplifiers, directly from specifications. In this paper, we apply this method to a specific widely used operational amplifier architecture, showing in detail how to formulate the design problem as a geometric program. We compute globally optimal tradeoff curves relating performance measures such as power dissipation, unity-gain bandwidth, and open-loop gain. We show how the method can be used to size _robust designs_, i.e., designs guaranteed to meet the specifications for a variety of process conditions and parameters.

  • Model-Based Proprioceptive State Estimation for Spring-Mass Running

    Autonomous applications of legged platforms will inevitably require accurate state estimation both for feedback control as well as mapping and planning. Even though kinematic models and low-bandwidth visual localization may be sufficient for fully-actuated, statically stable legged robots, they are inadequate for dynamically dexterous, underactuated platforms where second order dynamics are dominant, noise levels are high and sensory limitations are more severe. In this paper, we introduce a model based state estimation method for dynamic running behaviors with a simple spring-mass runner. By using an approximate analytic solution to the dynamics of the model within an Extended Kalman filter framework, the estimation accuracy of our model remains accurate even at low sampling frequencies. We also propose two new event-based sensory modalities that further improve estimation performance in cases where even the internal kinematics of a robot cannot be fully observed, such as when flexible materials are used for limb designs. We present comparative simulation results to establish that our method outperforms traditional approaches which rely on constant acceleration motion models and that it eliminates the need for an extensive and unrealistic sensor suite.

  • The Problem of Internet Governance

    For years, the world saw the Internet as a creature of theU.S. Department of Defense. Now some claim that the Internet is aself-governing organism controlled by no one and needing nooversight. Although the National Science Foundation and othergovernment agencies continue to support and oversee criticaladministrative and coordinating functions, the Internet is remarkablydecentralized and uninstitutionalized. As it grows in scope,bandwidth, and functionality, the Internet will require greatercoordination, but it is not yet clear what kind of coordinatingmechanisms will evolve.The essays in this volume clarify these issues and suggest possiblemodels for governing the Internet. The topics addressed range fromsettlements and statistics collection to the sprawling problem ofdomain names, which affects the commercial interests of millions ofcompanies around the world. One recurrent theme is the inseparabilityof technical and policy issues in any discussion involving theInternet.Contributors:Guy Almes, Ashley Andeen, Joseph P. Bailey, Steven M. Bellovin, ScottBradner, Richard Cawley, Che-Hoo Cheng, Bilal Chinoy, K Claffy, MariaFarnon, William Foster, Alexander Gigante, Sharon Eisner Gillett, MarkGould, Eric Hoffman, Scott Huddle, Joseph Y. Hui, David R. Johnson,Mitchell Kapor, John Lesley King, Lee W. McKnight, Don Mitchell,Tracie Monk, Milton Mueller, Carl Oppedahl, David G.Post, YakovRekhter, Paul Resnick, A. M. Rutkowski, Timothy J. Salo, PhilipL. Sbarbaro, Robert Shaw.A publication of the Harvard Information Infrastructure Project

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    Ben Shneiderman's book dramatically raises computer users' expectations of what they should get from technology. He opens their eyes to new possibilities and invites them to think freshly about future technology. He challenges developers to build products that better support human needs and that are usable at any bandwidth. Shneiderman proposes Leonardo da Vinci as an inspirational muse for the "new computing." He wonders how Leonardo would use a laptop and what applications he would create.Shneiderman shifts the focus from what computers can do to what users can do. A key transformation is to what he calls "universal usability," enabling participation by young and old, novice and expert, able and disabled. This transformation would empower those yearning for literacy or coping with their limitations. Shneiderman proposes new computing applications in education, medicine, business, and government. He envisions a World Wide Med that delivers secure patient histories in local languages at any emergency room and thriving million-person communities for e-commerce and e-government. Raising larger questions about human relationships and society, he explores the computer's potential to support creativity, consensus-seeking, and conflict resolution. Each chapter ends with a Skeptic's Corner that challenges assumptions about trust, privacy, and digital divides.

  • DWDM Networks

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Optical Transport Network DWDM Network Topologies and Restoration Strategies Dispersion Management Bandwidth Management Fiber Span Between Transmitter and Receiver Fault Management Network Security DWDM Network Issues Wireless DWDM Networks Exercises References Standards

  • ContinuousWave Signals

    Continuous wave (CW) radar is one of the earliest forms of radar. It is found today mostly in short range radar applications such as proximity fuzes, radar altimeters, atmospheric probing, ground penetrating radar and automotive applications. The CW signal is also useful in velocity measuring radars such as airborne Doppler navigation radars, artillery muzzle velocity and police radars. In military applications CW waveforms are sometimes referred to as low probability of intercept (LPI) waveforms, because of their low peak power. This chapter discusses many modulation waveforms of the CW signal. Modulation increases bandwidth which is inversely related to the range resolution. The periodic ambiguity function (PAF) is a natural tool to describe the delay- Doppler response of CW periodic signal, and it is revisited in this chapter. An important family of modulation waveforms are periodic phase codes with ideal periodic autocorrelation (PACF). They all yield PACF with zero delay sidelobes. Examples reconsidered here are P4, Frank and Golomb bi-phase. Frequency modulation is also found in CW radars. These waveforms do not yield zero delay sidelobes, but with proper weighting (on receive) the sidelobes can be reduced. Among the frequency modulations discussed are: sawtooth, sinusoidal and triangular waveforms. Methods to control the delay peak response by utilizing harmonics of the periodic modulation are described. Simple implementation of CW radar receiver is described. It is based on mixing the received delayed return with the original transmitted signal. This kind of processing belongs to the family of stretch processors discussed in an earlier chapter.

  • Bandwidth and Matching

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Foster's Reactance Theorem and Smith Chart Fano's Matching Limitations Matching Circuit Loss Magnification Network and Z 0 Matching Non-Foster Matching Circuits Matched and High-Z Preamp Monopoles References

  • Digital LineofSight Microwave Radiolinks

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Regulatory Issues Modulation Techniques, Spectral Efficiency, and Bandwidth Comparison of Several Types of Modulation Some System Impairments Peculiar to Digital Operation Performance Requirements and Objectives for Digital Radiolinks Application of High-Level M-QAM to High-Capacity SDH/SONET Formats Considerations of Fading on LOS Digital Microwave Systems Path Analyses or Link Budgets on Digital LOS Microwave Paths

  • Phased Arrays

    This chapter discusses the particular problems of phased arrays by considering the effects of phase shifters and feed networks. Fixed phase shifters cause the beam to scan as frequency changes and limits bandwidth or can be used to scan a series fed array. Phase shifter quantization causes sidelobes and errors reduce gain. Element position or existence taper is used to reduce sidelobes. Constrained corporate or space feeds are analyzed. Adaptive array nulls reduce interference and can improve radar or communication systems (smart antenna).

  • Loop Response

    This chapter contains sections titled: Loop Order and Type Closed-Loop Equations Open-Loop Equations - Lag-Lead Filter Loop with a Lag Filter Loop with an Integrator-and-Lead Filter Summary of Equations Unity-Gain Bandwidth in Highly Damped Loops



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