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 Christian Scheideler

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Average citations per article5.50
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Publication years2013-2014
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Average downloads per article149.00
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Downloads (12 Months)25
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August 2014 ACM Transactions on Algorithms (TALG): Volume 10 Issue 4, August 2014
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Citation Count: 3
Downloads (6 Weeks): 4,   Downloads (12 Months): 25,   Downloads (Overall): 149

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This article studies the design of medium access control (MAC) protocols for wireless networks that are provably robust against arbitrary and unpredictable disruptions (e.g., due to unintentional external interference from co-existing networks or due to jamming). We consider a wireless network consisting of a set of n honest and reliable ...
Keywords: jamming, MAC protocols, Wireless ad-hoc networks

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May 2013 IPDPS '13: Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE 27th International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing
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This paper initiates the study of self-adjusting networks (or distributed data structures) whose topologies dynamically adapt to a communication pattern $\sigma$. % (i.e., an ever changing "traffic matrix''). We present a fully decentralized self-adjusting solution called \Splay Net. A \Splay Net\ is a distributed generalization of the classic splay tree ...
Keywords: self-organizing networks, splay trees, competitive analysis



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