Scripts agnostic of network architecture that evaluate different aspects of user experience. They can be attached to network systems invoking remote code execution.
A Host-AP based driver that provides a clean-state, flexible and tunable way for implementing and experimenting with a variety of handoff policies.
AMCP is a distributed medium access protocol that addresses starvation in multi-hop wireless networks by exploiting the use of multiple channels with a single radio.
MOAR is an opportunistic media access protocol for multi-PHY-rate random access protocols using multiple frequency bands (or channels).
Ns-2 code and simulation scripts from the paper "A Performance vs. Trust Perspective in the Design of End-Point Congestion Control Protocols". We are grateful to Hung-Yun Hsieh (Georgia Tech) for providing the pilot version of the RCP ns-2 code.
Ns-2 code and simulation scripts from the paper "Low-Rate TCP-Targeted Denial of Service Attacks (The Shrew vs. the Mice and Elephants)".
TCP-LP is a distributed algorithm for low priority data transfer in the Internet. TCP-LP is now part of the standard Linux release (see http://tcp-lp-mod.sourceforge.net/ and http://sourceforge.net/projects/tcp-lp-mod/).
The Distributed Virtual Time Scheduling in Rings (DVSR) protocol, a new MAC to achieve fair, high performance bandwidth allocations in packet rings.
A protocol for edge-based admission control for scalable quality-of-service management.
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