Content: Global student dissertations and literature reviews.
Purpose: Use for foundational research, to locate test instruments and data, and more.
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The ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database (PQDT) is the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses. It is the database of record for graduate research, with over 2.3 million dissertations and theses included from around the world.
The thesis of this dissertation is that high-level programming languages and formal methods can make network configuration dramatically easier and more reliable. Author: Steffen J. Smolka, Cornell University.
The thesis proposes an algorithm, named Hierarchical Streaming Collection Scheduling Algorithm (HSCS), that produces collision-free data collection schedules where appropriate power levels are assigned, and validates its performance in terms of latency on simulate networks. Author: Ecem Simsek, Houston State University.
This dissertation aims at solving the instability and performance degradation challenges by developing fault-tolerance and real-time approaches for a WCS. Author: Wenchen Wang, University of Pittsburgh.
A common takeaway from both parts of the thesis is that homogeneous models are more resource-efficient than their inhomogeneous counterparts, despite the fact that the latter facilitate a broader modeling framework that accurately captures real-world networks and spreading processes. Author: Rashad Eletreby, Carnegie Mellon University
The research problem in this study addressed that south central community college IT staff in a southern state may or may not possess the knowledge to secure and maintain college wireless networks. Author: Bobby Yeater, Northcentral University.
In this thesis, we show that there can be huge benefits to the alternative scheme, multi-network access (MNA), where a mobile device may use the infrastructure owned by any one of multiple network operators, at any point in space and time. Author: Nandi Zhang, Carnegie Mellon University.
5G will apply several disruptive techniques. We focus on two of them: new radio and new scheme. As for the former, we study the non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and as for the latter, we use mobile edge computing (MEC). Author: Haijian Sun, Utah State University
This research is focused on Wireless Senor Networks in a residential or small Local Area Network and the results contribute to the implementation of the data encryption under such environment. Author: Sharice Cannady, Pace University.
The goal of dissertation is to develop lightweight, scalable and end-to-end transport solutions to bridge the long-standing gap between the increasing diversity of the mobile applications and the constant evolving wireless technologies. Author: Fan Zhou, Northeastern University.
The breadcrumb network will help in localizing its nodes and send the GPS coordinates to the autonomous vehicle. This work has analyzed all the complications which might occur in case a breadcrumb GPS does not work. Author: Manu Chaudhary, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.