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This book is based on a series of conferences on Wireless Communications, Networking and Applications that have been held on December 27-28, 2014 in Shenzhen, China. The meetings themselves were a response to technological developments in the areas of wireless communications, networking and applications and facilitate researchers, engineers and students to share the latest research results and the advanced research methods of the field. The broad variety of disciplines involved in this research and the differences in approaching the basic problems are probably typical of a developing field of interdisciplinary research. However, some main areas of research and development in the emerging areas of wireless communication technology can now be identified. The contributions to this book are mainly selected from the papers of the conference on wireless communications, networking and applications and reflect the main areas of interest: Section 1 - Emerging Topics in Wireless and Mobile Computing and Communications; Section 2 - Internet of Things and Long Term Evolution Engineering; Section 3 - Resource Allocation and Interference Management; Section 4 - Communication Architecture, Algorithms, Modeling and Evaluation; Section 5 - Security, Privacy, and Trust; and Section 6 - Routing, Position Management and Network Topologies.


Dr. Qing-An Zeng received his MS and Ph.D. degrees both in Electrical Engineering from Shizuoka University in Japan. In 1997, he joined NEC Corporation, Japan, where he was engaged in the R&D of 3G systems. In 1999, he joined the University of Cincinnati in Ohio and was a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science. In 2010, Dr. Zeng joined North Carolina A&T State University as a faculty member in the Department of Computer Systems Technology. His research interests include Wireless and Mobile Networks, Handoff and Resource Management, Mobility Management, Heterogeneous Networks, Mobile Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks, Wireless Internet, QoS Issues, Security Issues, UWB, NoC, PLC, Smart Grid Communications, Vehicle Communications, Modeling and Performance Analysis, and Queuing Theory. Dr. Zeng has more than 140 publications including: books, book chapters, refereed journal articles and international conference proceedings papers. He has also served on numerous professional committees. In October 2014, Dr. Zeng published his book entitled Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems, 4th edition by Cengage Learning. His book has been adopted by a lot of universities in the world and was translated into Chinese and Korean versions. Dr. Zeng is a Senior Member of IEEE.


Section 1_Emerging Topics in Wireless and Mobile Computing and Communications: Chapter 1. Relay Precoding for Multi-user Cooperative Communication.- Chapter 2. A Big Slot Scheduling Algorithm for the Reliable Delivery of Real-Time Data Packets in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Chapter 3. Classification and Comparative Analysis of Resource Management Methods in Ad Hoc Network.- Chapter 4. A Secure Model Based on Hypergraph in Multi-layer and Multi-domain Intelligent Optical Network.- Chapter 5. Creating a Mobile Phone Short Message Platform Applied in the Continuing Nursing Information System.- Chapter 6. Enhancing the Bit Error Rate of Visible Light Communication Systems Using Channel Estimation and Channel Coding.- Chapter 7. An Empirical Examination of Direct and Indirect Network Externalities of the Japanese Handheld Computer Industry An Empirical Study of the Early Days.- Chapter 8. Multipath Performance Assessments for Future BeiDou BOC Signal.- Chapter 9. Research of Incremental Dimensionality Reduction Based on Tensor Decomposition Algorithm.- Chapter 10. Estimating a Transit Passenger Trip Origin-Destination Matrix Using Simplified Survey Method.- Chapter 11. An LDPC Coded Adaptive Amplify-and-Forward Scheme Based on the EESM Model.- Chapter 12. An Opportunistic Routing Protocol Based on Link Correlation for Wireless Mesh Networks.- Chapter 13. Election of Guard Nodes to Detect Stealthy Attack in MANET.- Chapter 14. GA-LORD: Genetic Algorithm and LTPCL Oriented Routing Protocol in Delay Tolerant Network.- Chapter 15. Integrated Modeling Environment Virtual Computational Network.- Chapter 16. Comparative Study of Different Windowing Techniques on Coupling Modes in a Coaxial Bragg Structure.- Chapter 17. Joint Two-Dimensional DOA and Power Estimation Based on DML-ESPRIT Algorithm.- Chapter 18. Comparison between Operational Capability of PDT and Tetra Technologies: A Summary.- Chapter 19. Development and Analysis of Police Digital Trunking Channel Technology of PDT.- Chapter 20. MR-LSH: An Efficient Sparsification Algorithm Based on Parallel Computing.- Chapter 21. Research of Badminton Data Acquisition System Based on Sensors Technology.- Chapter 22. The Direct Wave Purifying Based on WIFI Signal for Passive Radar.- Chapter 23. Application of Data Compression Technique in Congested Networks.- Chapter 24. On-demand Carrier Sense and Hidden Node Interference-Aware Channel Reservation Scheme for Common Traffic in Wireless Mesh Network.- Chapter 25. A Novel Locating Algorithm Based on GPSR Protocol for Mobile Sink Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Chapter 26. A Hybrid Routing Protocol Based on Load Balancing in Wireless Mesh Network.- Chapter 27. Performance Evaluation of Double-Wavelength Full-Duplex Free Space Laser Communication Based on Modulating Retro-reflector.- Chapter 28. Based on the Wireless Transmission of Pneumatic Seeder Seeding Condition Monitor.- Chapter 29. Energy-Efficient Mobile Agent Communications for Maximizing Lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks.- Chapter 30. Novel Design and Performance Analysis of Broadband Dual Layer Circular Polarizer Based on Frequency Selective Surface for 60 GHZ Application.- Chapter 31. Research on Embedded Vehicle Diagnosis Technology Based on Wireless Network.- Chapter 32. Internet of Things in Real-Life A Great Understanding.- Chapter 33. Urban Water Supply Network Monitoring and Management Platform Based on Wireless Sensor Network.- Chapter 34. Comparative Study on the Performance of TFRC and SCTP over AODV in MANET.- Chapter 35. Towards an Efficient Integral Multi-agent Sensor Network Generic Simulation System Design.- Chapter 36. A Conceptual Multi-agent Modeling of Dynamic Scheduling in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Chapter 37. Ad Hoc High Dynamic Routing Protocol Simulation and Research.- Chapter 38. A Stopping Criterion Based on Check-Sum Variations for Decoding Non-binary LDPC Codes.- Chapter 39. On Data Transport Issues in Wireless Self-configuring Networks.- Chapter 40. A Dual-Band Cross-Coupled Band pass Filter with CPW Trapezoid Resonator for WIFI Frequencies.- Chapter 41. A Method of Modulation Recognition Based on Symbol Rate Characteristic.- Section 2_Int...


Titel: Wireless Communications, Networking and Applications
Untertitel: Proceedings of WCNA 2014
EAN: 9788132225805
ISBN: 978-81-322-2580-5
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer India
Herausgeber: Springer
Genre: Technik
Anzahl Seiten: 1310
Veröffentlichung: 28.10.2015
Jahr: 2015
Dateigrösse: 50.9 MB

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