Browse College of Engineering by Author "Vaidya, Nitin H."
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Rahman, Muntasir Raihan; Tseng, Lewis; Nguyen, Son; Gupta, Indranil; Vaidya, Nitin H. (2014)The CAP theorem is a fundamental result that applies to distributed storage systems. In this paper, we first present probabilistic models to characterize the three important elements of the CAP theorem: consistency (C), ...
Distributed Algorithms for Consensus and Coordination in the Presence of Packet-Dropping Communication Links: Part I: Statistical Moments Analysis Approach Domínguez-García, Alejandro D.; Hadjicostis, Christoforos N.; Vaidya, Nitin H. (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011-09)This two-part paper discusses robustification methodologies for linear-iterative distributed algorithms for consensus and coordination problems in multicomponent systems, in which unreliable communication links may drop ...
Distributed Algorithms for Consensus and Coordination in the Presence of Packet-Dropping Communication Links: Part II: Coefficients of Ergodicity Analysis Approach Vaidya, Nitin H.; Hadjicostis, Christoforos N.; Domínguez-García, Alejandro D. (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011-09)In this two-part paper, we consider multicomponent systems in which each component can iteratively exchange information with other components in its neighborhood in order to compute, in a distributed fashion, the average ...
Ashraf, Farhana; Kravets, Robin; Vaidya, Nitin H. (2010-11-20)Source-destination pairs in wireless sensor networks often have multiple shortest hop paths because the nodes are densely deployed. These multiple paths provide a great opportunity to reduce delay as well as energy in an ...
Vaidya, Nitin H.; Veeravalli, Venu (2007)
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Chen, Chun-cheng; Seo, Eunsoo; Luo, Haiyun; Vaidya, Nitin H. (2006-06)The majority of existing wireless rate controls are based on the implicit assumption that frames are corrupted due to the random, arbitrary environmental and thermal noises. They generally reduce the channel rate on frame ...