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Biswal, Soovam (author)
Introduction of new, more advanced services to the networking paradigm has led to an increased heterogeneity of media types and network traffic. Although several transport protocols have been developed over the years to cater to the Quality-of-Service requirements of these network services, the dynamic nature of the network condition is a...
master thesis 2021
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Bhattacharjee, Anup (author)
With the proliferation of IoT devices across the globe, the adoption of IoT related technologies has been increasing rapidly. Newer technologies which fall in the category of Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) have increased this adoption even further. A lot of research is being done in LPWAN licensed band as well as unlicensed band...
master thesis 2019
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Garg, Priyanka (author)
The accelerating growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to the development of many different communication protocols to enable the most optimal environment for the nature of IoT. Requiring long range and low power communication abilities, has resulted in LPWANs (low-power WANs); one such LPWAN is LoRaWAN (Long Range WAN) which is studied...
master thesis 2019
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Huang, Yuchen (author)
With the fast development of the internet, it is widely expected that data traffic will grow exponentially. To fulfill the internet users’ demand of Quality of Experience (QoE), the way we deal with “the tsunami of data” becomes a big problem. How to transfer data, especially those very big files, as fast as possible can be a very important part...
master thesis 2018
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He, Lina (author)
With the high and varying demands for network bandwidth, Elastic Optical Networks (EON), as a promising solution for future optical transport networks, have been getting increased attention due to its flexibility and efficiency. As a huge amount of data is transformed over these networks, even short failures will lead to major data loss. Network...
master thesis 2018
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Rizky Dharmawan, Tubagus (author)
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) potentially can improve the flexibility and management of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). To investigate the impact of SDN on WSN, in this thesis, we consider three Software-Defined Wireless Sensor Network (SD-WSN) frameworks, namely SDN-WISE, SDWN-ONOS, and TinySDN. After comparing these frameworks, the...
master thesis 2017
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Andri Rahmadhani, Andri (author)
The uprising of Long Range (LoRa) technology for Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) has gained popularity in IoT applications. As LoRa utilizes the license-free ISM-bands, many network providers have deployed their LoRa networks that adhere to the LoRaWAN specification. With so many deployed networks, it is likely that devices belonging to...
master thesis 2017
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Jansen, B.A. (author)
Video Conferencing has been rapidly gaining attention and is becoming a more popular way to communicate due to better internet connectivity and increasing computation power. Because of this increase in demand, the dying out of proprietary plugins like Adobe Flash, and the need for easy and accessible video conferencing, a new browser technology...
master thesis 2016
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Deshmukh, S. (author)
With the increase in data-intensive research in recent years, the Ethernet circuit, which is a high speed point-to-point connection, can be used for transmitting large amounts of data between sites. Customers use the trunk port to connect to the operator network. It allows multiple Ethernet circuits to share the same trunk port by using the...
master thesis 2016
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Manthena, M.P.V. (author)
The Internet continues to grow exponentially with proliferation of devices and users being connected to it along with an exploding demand for various resource and performance intensive network services like multimedia content distribution, security, mobility, and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. However, the current TCP/IP (Transmission...
master thesis 2015
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Bessas, K. (author)
''Real-time services'' is a very challenging topic. Running analytics in real-time when there is an abstract network layer makes things even more complicated. The demand to analyze huge data-sets in real time or in the long term has been increasing over the past decade in many sectors including health-care, general science and various online...
master thesis 2014
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Van Adrichem, N.L.M. (author)
The host-to-host IP model currently supporting the Internet does not suffice in supporting current-day content distribution in the form of content-sharing via peer-to-peer applications, real-time media streaming and social networks. Since the design of IP, the usage of the Internet has changed from a messaging and few-to-few information sharing...
master thesis 2012
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Abegaz, B.W. (author)
This thesis presents a control architecture and utility maximization mechanisms for a smart grid based energy community. The particular focus is upon a central server based, utility-oriented energy community which is composed of producer-consumer (prosumer) households each having a home gateway, an energy management system, smart meters,...
master thesis 2012
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Ran, B.G. (author)
The electricity power system is shifting from a high reliance on centralized large power plants towards a system in which distributed generation units, like solar panels, are penetrating into the lower parts of the power grid. As a result, the consumers are becoming active prosumers who in addition to consuming can also autonomously generate,...
master thesis 2012
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Mekuria, R.N. (author)
This thesis presents an experimental study to derive requirements for the application of inter-destination media synchronization for TV-broadcasts. It presents a novel measurement system, a set of measurements on real TV broadcasts services and the results of two user experiments involving a total of 46 participants. The results of the TV...
master thesis 2011
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Van de Bovenkamp, R. (author)
This thesis describes the development of a simulation and capacity management tool for generic networks. As a case study KPN's Ethernet network is analysed. The tool can be used to calculate various network metrics that are used in complex network studies. It can also be used to display a geographically correct view of the network, as well as a...
master thesis 2010
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Imamdi, R.M.A. (author)
This thesis has two main topics. On the one hand it discusses how the robustness of a network can be increased as efficient as possible, where connectivity is treated as a robustness measure. On the other hand It treats capacity management of a network when it is still in its design phase. In particular, it shows how bandwidth management can be...
master thesis 2010
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Nicolai, F.P. (author)
Current home networks are not well designed to support quality of service (QoS). Successfully employing current QoS solutions in heterogeneous environments, such as home networks, requires compatibility between the many possible solutions for the different network technologies. Often the solutions need support from all devices throughout the...
master thesis 2009
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Huy, T.D. (author)
The success of optical technology has introduced a new future for the Internet. With the many advantages of optical technology, multimedia applications which require strict quality of service(QoS) are able to be guaranteed in an optical network. Unfortunately, the optical technology still have some limits in setting up a connection. One of these...
master thesis 2009
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Petrocco, R. (author)
The Internet has become in the last years more and more a means of conveyance for multimedia delivering. Many solutions have been proposed to gain high quality of service for video on demand in client-server environments, with adaptive algorithms that adjust the bit-rate of a video stream depending on the clients available bandwidth. Providing...
master thesis 2008
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