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  A multifrequency MAC specially designed for wireless sensor network applications
Zhou G., Wu Y., Yan T., He T., Huang C., Stankovic J., Abdelzaher T. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems 9(4): 1-41, 2010.  Type: Article

Zhou et al. describe the use of multiple frequencies for parallel communication over the regular sensor devices that provide limited bandwidth in single channels. Using multiple frequencies in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) helps achi...
Jul 20 2010  
  Kernel support for open QoS-aware computing
Zhang R., Abdelzaher T., Stankovic J.  Workshop on Model-Driven Embedded Systems (Proceedings of the The 9th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium, Washington DC, May 27-30, 2003) 962003.  Type: Proceedings

Kernel modules, developed for Linux, that retrofit quality of service (QoS) support into the operating system (OS) are discussed in this paper. The basic idea is to add request classifiers that can divide requests into different levels...
May 28 2004  
  Minimum-energy asynchronous dissemination to mobile sinks in wireless sensor networks
Kim H., Abdelzaher T., Kwon W.  Embedded networked sensor systems (Proceedings of the first international conference, Los Angeles, California, USA, Nov 5-7, 2003) 193-204, 2003.  Type: Proceedings

An interesting and novel algorithm called SEAD for the construction and maintenance of a minimum spanning Steiner tree, weighted by energy consumption (d-trees), is presented in this paper. Its main goal is to minimize communication en...
Mar 24 2004  
  Performance Guarantees for Web Server End-Systems: A Control-Theoretical Approach
Abdelzaher T., Shin K., Bhatti N. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 13(1): 80-96, 2002.  Type: Article

The authors propose a software mechanism for improving and guaranteeing performance of a Web server. The primary focus is on avoiding server overload (or in the event of a server overload, achieving graceful performance degradation), ...
Sep 17 2002  
  QoS Negotiation in Real-Time Systems and Its Application to Automated Flight Control
Abdelzaher T., Atkins E., Shin K. IEEE Transactions on Computers 49(11): 1170-1183, 2000.  Type: Article

A novel model for quality-of-service (QoS) negotiation in real-time systems is proposed and incorporated into a real-time middleware service called RTPOOL....
Aug 1 2001  

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