Browse by Author "Kravets, Robin"

  • Yang, Yaling; Kravets, Robin (2005-01)
    In this paper, we propose a new protocol, named DDA (Distributed Delay Allocation), which provides average delay guarantees to real-time multimedia applications in wireless ad hoc networks. By adapting the contention window ...

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  • Nelson, Samuel C.; Hu, Yih-Chun; Kravets, Robin (2011-03-10)
    With the recent proliferation of wireless communication devices, intermittent connectivity on the edge will quickly become a reality. These disruption tolerant networks, which are highly heterogeneous by nature, derive ...

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  • Nelson, Samuel C.; Kravets, Robin (2010-05-21)
    Effectively utilizing groups in delay tolerant networks (DTNs) can both improve the throughput of unicast routing protocols and open the door for a wide range of paradigms, such as anycast and multicast. Unfortunately, in ...

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  • Nelson, Samuel C.; Kravets, Robin (2010-05-21)
    Effectively utilizing groups in delay tolerant networks (DTNs) can both improve the throughput of unicast routing protocols and open the door for a wide range of paradigms, such as anycast and multicast. Unfortunately, in ...

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  • Yang, Yaling; Wang, Jun; Kravets, Robin (2005-03)
    Load balancing is critical for improving performance in wireless mesh networks. The unique characteristics of mesh networks, such as static nodes and the shared nature of the wireless medium, invalidate existing solutions ...

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  • Yi, Seung; Kravets, Robin (2004-12)
    An authentication service is one of the the most fundamental building blocks for providing communication security. In this paper, we present the MOCA (MObile Certificate Authority) key management framework designed to ...

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  • Yang, Yaling; Wang, Jun; Kravets, Robin (2005-11)
    Predicting the bandwidth achievable by a new flow is crucial for many bandwidth-aware services. In IEEE 802.11 based networks, the achievable bandwidth of a new flow is not necessarily the same as the free bandwidth on the ...

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  • Sengul, Cigdem; Kravets, Robin (2006-10)
    Energy management remains a critical problem in ad hoc networks since battery technology cannot keep up with rising expectations in wireless communications. Current approaches to energy conservation focus on reducing the ...

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  • Harris, Albert F., III; Snader, Robin; Kravets, Robin (2006-06)
    Increases in computing capabilities of mobile devices have led to the use of multimedia applications that have high processor and bandwidth resource requirements, each of which consume significant energy. However, battery ...

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  • Yi, Seung; Harris, Albert F., III; Kravets, Robin (2007-08)
    With the emergence of ad hoc networking technology came efforts to provide necessary security support for ad hoc networks. However, due to challenging characteristics of ad hoc environments, providing the same level of ...

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  • Nelson, Samuel C.; Kravets, Robin (2011-03-08)
    One of the biggest challenges in making vehicular networks a reality is security. Aside from the clear need for vehicles to be able to authenticate messages from certain personnel, such as police officers and ambulances, ...

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  • Sengul, Cigdem; Kravets, Robin (2004-10)
    To reduce energy consumption from idle listening, nodes in ad hoc networks can switch to a power-save mode. However, some nodes may need to stay in active mode to support forwarding. The main challenge of selecting which ...

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  • Nelson, Samuel C.; Kravets, Robin; Hu, Yih-Chun (2011-03-07)
    With the recent proliferation of wireless communication devices, intermittent connectivity on the edge will quickly become a reality. These disruption tolerant networks derive structure from human-based interaction and ...

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