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2014 International Game Theory Review  
In this paper, we introduce stability of a finite order and examine its relation with efficient networks under anonymous and component additive value functions and the component-wise egalitarian allocation  ...  In particular, we examine shapes of networks or network architectures that would resolve the conflict between stability and efficiency in the sense that if stable networks assume those shapes they would  ...  Such a network will be both efficient and strongly pairwise stable. The same cannot be said of any order of stability equal to or higher than 2.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0219198914500108 fatcat:z7vjfimes5f45bxanvums5zfya

A Stable Tora Based For Routing In Mobile Ad Ηoc Networks

Sajjad Jahanbakhsh Gudakahriz, Shahram Jamali, Mina Vajed Khiavi, Alireza Soleimani
2018 Zenodo  
The objective of this study is to stabilize TORA protocol which is a distributed routing protocol, with high adaptation, efficiency, and suitability for large and dense mobile ad hoc networks and thus  ...  In these networks nodes are always moving and could enter to or exit from the network at any time. Therefore, network topology is completely dynamic.  ...  to have higher stability and lifetime.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1207355 fatcat:r2gf6rvuabfrbjhjmogun66adq

OLSR and WCPD as Basis for Service Discovery in MANETs

Tom Leclerc, Laurent Ciarletta, Adrian Andronache, Steffen Rothkugel
2008 2008 The Second International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies  
WCPD on the other hand is much more bandwidth efficient, but at the cost of lower coverage. Finally, we motivate employing OLSR on top of an overlay topology maintained by WCPD.  ...  This fosters stability while reducing overhead and keeping coverage high.  ...  The denser the network, the higher is the difference between both the number of sent messages and the number of receiver nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ubicomm.2008.20 fatcat:66kgcxn7kbberbql4u3e467cmu

A design technique to improve harmonic suppression in high efficiency wideband Class E RF power amplifier

Kumar Narendra, Tee YewKok
2014 IEICE Electronics Express  
A prototype board demonstrated drain efficiency of 70% and second harmonic rejection of more than 84 dBc (as well as higher harmonics), and output power level more than 6.5 W with ±0.5 dB power flatness  ...  Simulations of power performance (i.e. efficiency and output power) were verified by measurements, and good agreements were obtained.  ...  However, the proposed topology shown in Fig. 1 is focused on 2 nd harmonic suppression, and higher harmonic order outputs can be suppressed via high order filters such as elliptic, Chebychev filters,  ... 
doi:10.1587/elex.11.20130824 fatcat:6qlyahf74rhmzi5xrta66jufjy

An Efficient Data Transmission in VANET Using Clustering Method

C. Suganthi Evangeline, S. Appu
2017 International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications  
A special type of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) which has frequent changes of topology and higher mobility is known as Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs).  ...  A higher QoS and cluster stability are achieved through the adaptive multiple metric.  ...  Clustering Stability and Efficiency Improvement in VANET After many researches on increasing clustering efficiency and stability of the clusters in VANET, it is found that designing efficient clustering  ... 
doi:10.1515/eletel-2017-0045 fatcat:qopsgqnrb5fnfghh25mwsudhxq

DBET: Demand Based Energy efficient Topology for MANETs

Pawar Priyanka, Auti Sarika, Jadhav Roshana, Dighe Snehal
2014 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
Energy efficient topology in Ad-hoc networks can be achieved mainly in two different ways.  ...  The techniques which are used to reduce the initial topology of network to save the energy and increase the lifetime of network, with the preservence of network connectivity, called topology control techniques  ...  Demand Based Energy Efficient Topology In this section, we present a demand based energy efficient topology (DBET) for mobile ad hoc network, which dynam-ically changes the topology according to the network  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-16646064 fatcat:4h23n6mvcfccfbicpvjwa44ohi

A review of transmission switching and network topology optimization

Kory W. Hedman, Shmuel S. Oren, Richard P. O'Neill
2011 2011 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting  
control in order to initiate future research and development in this area so that we are able to truly build and operate a smarter, more flexible transmission grid.  ...  This paper provides a literature review on transmission control and discusses current industry practices involving transmission control; the goal of this paper is to reemphasize the importance of transmission  ...  Emily Fisher, from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Professor Michael Ferris, from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Eric Krall, from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and Anthony Papavasiliou  ... 
doi:10.1109/pes.2011.6039857 fatcat:za2bkwpngjgpnjifpavadpr2bi

Dynamical properties of spiking neural networks with small world topologies

Adam Bennett, Anthony White
2021 Procedia Computer Science  
These results suggest questions that will form the basis for further research into the effects of topology class on firing dynamics of spiking neural networks.  ...  These results suggest questions that will form the basis for further research into the effects of topology class on firing dynamics of spiking neural networks.  ...  Interestingly, these results also show a critical threshold for stability, in this case at approximately k = 18 for lower values of p WS and k = 24 for higher values of p WS .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2021.06.009 fatcat:eqvsgcbexree5gj64ghhfwo5du

Stability-Based Topology Control in Wireless Mesh Networks [chapter]

Gustavo Vejarano
2012 Wireless Mesh Networks - Efficient Link Scheduling, Channel Assignment and Network Planning Strategies  
Therefore, for a given network with a given link-scheduling policy and a given set of end-to-end data flows, the stability region can be adapted by means of topology control in order to increase the data-packet  ...  GMS has efficiency ratio of 1/2 under the 1-hop interference model [7] , and under the k -hop interference model, GMS has efficiency ratio of 1, 1/6, and 1/49 for tree, geometric, and general network  ...   can take higher values while guaranteeing stability, and therefore, the maximum total throughput the network can support for the given flows is increased.  ... 
doi:10.5772/48576 fatcat:gcwjilgngjadjf5cadd4er2cda

Topology Control Using Efficient Power Management

2011 Journal of Computer Science  
Problem statement: Effective Topology control will improve the performance and the capacity of Mobile Ad-hoc networks by building reliable network structure.  ...  In this study, initially the cluster-head is selected based on the factors power level, stability and connectivity.  ...  In the wireless ad-hoc networks, the reduction in the power consumption in order to increase the network lifetime is the main goal of the topology control (Gupta and Pandey, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2011.561.567 fatcat:i4tqasii7rdebgejbcvccin6o4

Optimizing higher-order network topology for synchronization of coupled phase oscillators [article]

Ying Tang, Dinghua Shi, Linyuan Lü
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The results suggest that controlling the network topology of higher-order interactions leads to synchronization phenomena beyond pairwise interactions.  ...  Here, by considering the higher-order interactions in hypergraph and the Kuramoto model with 2-hyperlink interactions, we find that the network topology with optimized synchronizability may have distinct  ...  number and same type of higher-order interactions).  ... 
arXiv:2108.11200v1 fatcat:2vdgw5soavdyveqs6daochpod4

Topology and computational performance of attractor neural networks

Patrick N. McGraw, Michael Menzinger
2003 Physical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics  
The random net is the most efficient for storage and retrieval of patterns by the entire network.  ...  topologies.  ...  Topology is known to affect the ordering and disordering of the Ising model [2] - [4] and the synchronization of coupled oscillators [5] [6] .  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.68.047102 pmid:14683083 fatcat:h3wx3vtgxvemjdkz6nvnexfyte

THUP: A P2P Network Robust to Churn and DoS Attack Based on Bimodal Degree Distribution

K. Suto, H. Nishiyama, N. Kato, T. Nakachi, T. Fujii, A. Takahara
2013 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
In Section III, we analyze churn and DoS attacks in hierarchical unstructured P2P networks in order to measure the stability of the considered networks.  ...  In order to overcome this shortcoming, the stability of unstructured P2P networks against peer departures is critical for ensuring efficient performance as addressed in numerous works [14] - [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2013.sup.0513022 fatcat:uoobavqmivhszjtl7fjhtdgckq

High Performance Multicast Routing Protocol in Mobile Ad-Hoc Network

Selvendran. R, Sharmila Sankar, M. Sandhya
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
topology and groups with an improvised label mechanism capable of building alternate paths and secure better transmission stability.  ...  This paper intends to improve the performance of MANETS -Mobile Ad-hoc networks handling high volume traffic by introducing an enhanced tree based multicast routing protocol with efficient management of  ...  The proposed of protocol is designed to achieve both the aspects of effective data delivery and efficient management of path stability by building alternate paths with comparatively low control overhead  ... 
doi:10.5120/18086-9129 fatcat:nwnorkgi7fazfkmxuezeozcare

Stability of Whole Brain and Regional Network Topology within and between Resting and Cognitive States

Justyna K. Rzucidlo, Paige L. Roseman, Paul J. Laurienti, Dale Dagenbach, Wang Zhan
2013 PLoS ONE  
This allows assessment of stability of network topology within the same state for both rest and working memory, and between rest and working memory as well.  ...  Citation: Rzucidlo JK, Roseman PL, Laurienti PJ, Dagenbach D (2013) Stability of Whole Brain and Regional Network Topology within and between Resting and Cognitive States. PLoS ONE 8(8): e70275.  ...  In part, network science has worked toward the development of different network metrics in order to measure various aspects of network topology.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0070275 pmid:23940554 pmcid:PMC3734135 fatcat:u5iogpapbvhyxe2s6fky4zbqcy
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