Browse by Author "Yang, Yaling"
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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 ...
Yang, Yaling; Wang, Jun; Kravets, Robin H. (2004-04)This paper presents a distributed contention window control control algorithm, GCA (General Contention window Adaptation), that achieves various bandwidth allocation policies and at same time efficient channel utilization. ...
Yang, Yaling; Kravets, Robin H. (2004-06)In this paper, we propose a new cross-layer framework, named QPART ( QoS br>rotocol for Adhoc Realtime Traffic), which provides QoS guarantees to real-time multimedia applications for wireless ad hoc networks. By adapting ...
Yang, Yaling (2006)The second method that relies on advanced MAC layer scheduling and MAC layer resource monitoring. Such a MAC layer approach is able to achieve low message overhead and can easily adapt to the dynamics of the network. For ...
Yang, Yaling (2006-08)Due to the limited bandwidth in wireless networks, careful resource allocation schemes must be used to allocate bandwidth to applications. There are two typical types of applications in wireless networks that require ...
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 ...
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 ...
Yang, Yaling; Kravets, Robin H. (2004-04)In this paper, we present MPARC (Multi-Priority Admission and Rate Control), a novel joint admission control and rate policing protocol for multi-priority ad hoc networks. MPARC is based on our novel bandwidth allocation ...