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The network from above and below

Patrick Brundell, Andrew Crabtree, Richard Mortier, Tom Rodden, Paul Tennent, Peter Tolmie
2011 Proceedings of the first ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Measurements up the stack - W-MUST '11  
and directions for future work.  ...  Focusing on traffic identification as a core capability required by much recent HCI work, we explore the mismatch between the approaches the two communities have taken, and suggest some resulting challenges  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The research on which this paper is based was funded by the RCUK supported Horizon Hub, EP/G065802/1, and EPSRC Wired and Wireless Intelligent Networked Systems Initiative 'Homework', EP  ... 
doi:10.1145/2018602.2018604 dblp:conf/sigcomm/BrundellCMRTT11 fatcat:bczksbmt2rh3zpr2credi5rkve

Transnational Public Spheres from 'Above' and from 'Below': Feminist Networks across the Middle East and Europe

Ruba Salih
2010 Anthropology of the Middle East  
This article examines the emergence of transnational public spheres brought about by women activists in diasporas and countries of origin across Europe and the Middle East.  ...  Parameters based on territoriality and national citizenship reinforce the unequal access to resources that women experience around the globe and thus have a hand in shaping women's agendas.  ...  While recognising the surfacing of transnational civil societies and public spheres 'from below' and their potential to empower women, the article also points to the persistence or reinforcement of classic  ... 
doi:10.3167/ame.2010.050105 fatcat:beyvysjs4beerd3rlaqm2vxzt4


X. den Duijn, G. Agugiaro, S. Zlatanova
2018 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
This paper describes a 3D data modelling approach for integrated management of below-ground utility networks and related above-ground city objects.  ...  Substantial work has been done in the modelling and representation of above-ground features in the context of 3D city modelling.  ...  for Transport, Innovation and Technology within the framework of the ENERGIE DER ZUKUNFT/JPI Urban, with support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-annals-iv-4-w7-43-2018 fatcat:kp22e4vhibal5kwiwkche5x32a

Self-restraint Admission Control for adhoc WLANs

Hushairi Zen, Daryoush Habibi, Iftekhar Ahmad
2008 2008 Australasian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference  
join the network.  ...  A node wishing to join the network measures the current collision rate, and predicts the post-admission collision rate, on the basis of which the self-restraining mechanism in the node decides if it can  ...  traffic is above the congestion threshold and low when the network traffic is below the congestion threshold.  ... 
doi:10.1109/atnac.2008.4783320 fatcat:65pza3ifs5ggnjazsboq4f2x5u

Differentiation of Administrative Units of Albania by Length and Density of National Road Network

Ibrahim Ramadani, Pal Nikolli, Ferim Gashi
2019 Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies  
The distribution of the road network in Albania is condition by physico-geographic and socio-economic factors.  ...  The small density of the road network puts Albania in the last group of world countries, together with Romania and Bulgaria, but behind all Balkan countries.  ...  road network from the average of the Republic.  ... 
doi:10.36941/ajis-2019-0026 fatcat:oyd4yeykezcb7fksl7mhfi77du

Constructing a Minimum-Level Phylogenetic Network from a Dense Triplet Set in Polynomial Time [article]

Michel Habib, Thu-Hien To
2011 arXiv   pre-print
The level of a network is defined as the maximum number of hybrid vertices in its biconnected components.  ...  For a given set L of species and a set T of triplets on L, one wants to construct a phylogenetic network which is consistent with T, i.e which represents all triplets of T.  ...  Aknowledgements: The authors wish to thank P. Gambette for many discussions on the subject and his careful reading of this version.  ... 
arXiv:1103.2266v4 fatcat:lfdjgxu4pre2flxowwjmdpwblq

Exploring neural correlates of behavioral and academic resilience among children in poverty [article]

M.E. Ellwood-Lowe, C.N. Irving, S.A. Bunge
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
Together, these findings suggest network connectivity is differentially related to performance in real-world settings for children above and below poverty.  ...  We analyzed longitudinal data from ABCD Study (N=8366 children at baseline; 1303 below poverty).  ...  Thus, segregation of the DMN from both the CON and Dorsal Attention Network may be associated with better behavioral outcomes, for children above and below poverty.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.09.16.460710 fatcat:72kxclwyyjfrbopze4vr6gwdde

The egg-carton Universe [article]

E. Battaner, E. Florido
1998 arXiv   pre-print
The existence of this network is really a challenge for currently-suggested theoretical models.  ...  The distribution of superclusters in the Local Supercluster neighbourhood presents such a remarkable periodicity that some kind of network must fit the observed large scale structure.  ...  the octahedron below A. 14 ≡ inside A, somewhat too low. 15 ≡ below A2. 16 ≡ below A1A4. 17 ≡ below A1A2. 18 ≡ inside A. 19 ≡ inside A. 20 ≡ above A1A4, is Bootes Void. 21 ≡ above A3A4. 22 ≡ above A'1A  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/9802009v1 fatcat:76k5v6wzxndcxpdjc2kzxswtcy

Scale-free networks emerging from weighted random graphs

Tomer Kalisky, Sameet Sreenivasan, Lidia A. Braunstein, Sergey V. Buldyrev, Shlomo Havlin, H. Eugene Stanley
2006 Physical Review E  
We generate a new "Supernode network" by merging all nodes connected by links having weights below the percolation threshold (percolation clusters) into a single node.  ...  We discuss the possibility that this phenomenon is related to the evolution of several real world scale-free networks.  ...  Hence, the MST naturally distinguishes between links below and above the percolation threshold, leading to a scale-free "supernode network."  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.73.025103 pmid:16605380 fatcat:wsv7u3uyqfhppbiy5cecujhtgm


This paper describes the network monitoring using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), obtaining required system parameters like RAM usage, CPU usage and Disk usage from device which is to be monitored  ...  The constant and secure supervise of a network includes trace and logs of network parameters.  ...  The example for MIB structure is shown below: Figure 3 : Structure of MIB [4] The information system in SNMP is in the form of tree. From above figure number 3, there are many nodes.  ... 
doi:10.34218/ijaret.10.3.2019.008 fatcat:j2weh5aif5dxpp7yhkvnfaujri

Channel Allocation Scheme for Cellular Network Using Fuzzy Logic

Vikas Shinde
2018 Asian Journal of Engineering and Applied Technology  
Quality of service is very critical issue in mobile communication because of dearth of spectrum resource and mobility of consumer and the main parameter is call dropping probable condition which shows  ...  the possibility of the extant relation being refusable during mobility.  ...  Load network reallocate the channels, which is allocated to a network cells to balance and to avoid the overload of traffic.  ... 
doi:10.51983/ajeat-2018.7.1.971 fatcat:if7yk6a6o5d5rhjnzncsikx46u

Identification and reduction of the major factors of demand uncertainty on supply chain network

Dipankar Roy
2013 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
In this research, demand uncertainties that influence supply chain performance have been identified and effective supply chain network works in an uncertain environment has been developed.  ...  In a complex hierarchical network, SCM links upstream to downstream firms.  ...  supply chain network Identification and reduction of the major factors of demand uncertainty on supply chain network Wholesaler: A channel who supply consumer products from distributor to retailer  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-1267077 fatcat:adrnx2az6nco5j4juqcn7sk7s4


Egho Promise E.I., Finu C. P., Kponyo D, Amankwah John, Adu Mensah S.
2020 International journal of research - granthaalayah  
The telecommunication is classified into three categories namely: Access network, core network and transmission system. The access network directly provides network services to the subscribers.  ...  from source to the destination.  ...  Figure 9 : 9 above shows the different faults on the network and their status. Figure 10 : 10 above shows the different activities performed by the network operations and maintenance staff.  ... 
doi:10.29121/granthaalayah.v8.i8.2020.1181 fatcat:yiiflgmadnh63hdd6phvhk7dpa

The Empirical Network Analysis of Website Visitors [article]

Mohammed K A Kaabar
2018 arXiv   pre-print
This paper explores how to analyze empirically a network of website visitors from several countries in the world.  ...  By evaluating the methods used in analyzing and interpreting these data, this paper provides the required knowledge to empirically analyze a set of various obtained data from website visitors with different  ...  DATA ANALYSIS All the above data sets will be analyzed and visualized using several metrics from SNA course in this paper.  ... 
arXiv:1809.07686v1 fatcat:yqxduopjgjfmbpto6yhr2nhxke

Modeling Subthreshold Leakage Current in General Transistor Networks

Paulo F Butzen, Andre I. Reis, Chris H. Kim, Renato P. Ribas
2007 IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI '07)  
The occurrence of on-switches in off-networks, ignored by previous works, is considered in the proposed static current analysis.  ...  Previous modeling, presented in the literature and originally focused on series-parallel topologies, has been extended to non-series-parallel device arrangements.  ...  The terms W above and W below , in the equation (3) , represent the width of the transistor above and below the node V i , respectively. γ η η + +         + = 2 1 ln below above T dd i W W nV  ... 
doi:10.1109/isvlsi.2007.68 dblp:conf/isvlsi/ButzenRKR07 fatcat:rw657b6pnncklfv7hrcftwtefe
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