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Jimenez Luna, A.A. (author)
master thesis 2016
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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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Trajanovski, S. (author), Kuipers, F.A. (author), Hayel, Y. (author), Altman, E. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
Forming, in a decentralized fashion, an optimal network topology while balancing multiple, possibly conflicting objectives like cost, high performance, security and resiliency to viruses is a challenging endeavor. In this paper, we take a game-formation approach to network design where each player, for instance an autonomous system in the...
conference paper 2015
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Stankus, I.P. (author)
Since the advent of radio communications, radio spectrum has been increasingly getting crowded with different kinds of applications. Different radio communications systems have been developed for various purposes and multiple actors became interested in using these systems at the same time and space. Such situation inevitably led to the point...
master thesis 2015
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Meier, J. (author), Tewarie, P. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
Communication between brain regions is still insufficiently understood. Applying concepts from network science has shown to be successful in gaining insight in the functioning of the brain. Recent work has implicated that especially shortest paths in the structural brain network seem to play a major role in the communication within the brain. So...
journal article 2015
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Wang, X. (author), Koc, Y. (author), Kooij, R.E. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
Cascading failures are one of the main reasons for blackouts in electrical power grids. Stable power supply requires a robust design of the power grid topology. Currently, the impact of the grid structure on the grid robustness is mainly assessed by purely topological metrics, that fail to capture the fundamental properties of the electrical...
conference paper 2015
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Wang, X. (author), Koç, Y. (author), Derrible, S. (author), Nasir Ahmad, Sk. (author), Kooij, R.E. (author)
Metros (heavy rail transit systems) are integral parts of urban transportation systems. Failures in their operations can have serious impacts on urban mobility, and measuring their robustness is therefore critical. Moreover, as physical networks, metros can be viewed as network topological entities, and as such they possess measurable network...
conference paper 2015
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Hooghiemstra, G. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
In this article Gerard Hooghiemstra and Piet van Mieghem explain why the Gauss inequality is overshadowed by the Chebychev inequality. Furthermore, they present a proof of the Gauss inequality in modern notation.
journal article 2015
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Yu, M. (author), Hillebrand, A. (author), Tewarie, P. (author), Meier, J. (author), Van Dijk, B. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author), Stam, C.J. (author)
The identification of clusters or communities in complex networks is a reappearing problem. The minimum spanning tree (MST), the tree connecting all nodes with minimum total weight, is regarded as an important transport backbone of the original weighted graph. We hypothesize that the clustering of the MST reveals insight in the hierarchical...
journal article 2015
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Ungureanu, O.M. (author)
The mobile core network experienced many transformations during the past decade and at this moment virtualisation constitutes the next big phase in the operators strategies. Another technology which might step in the coming years is Software Defined Networking (SDN), a more mature technology in data centers, which strives to revolutionize the...
master thesis 2014
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Dias, E.J. (author)
Understanding the impact of socialization on player Quality of Experience (QoE), which is an important aspect in Online Social Games (OSG), has become a hot research topic. Of the various ways of measuring the player's QoE, in this thesis, we propose and make use of the model used to extract objective data from the players in combination with...
master thesis 2014
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Winterbach, W. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author), Reinders, M. (author), Wang, H. (author), De Ridder, D. (author)
Molecular interactions are often represented as network models which have become the common language of many areas of biology. Graphs serve as convenient mathematical representations of network models and have themselves become objects of study. Their topology has been intensively researched over the last decade after evidence was found that...
journal article 2013
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Kuipers, F.A. (author)
Network survivability—the ability to maintain operation when one or a few network components fail—is indispensable for present-day networks. In this paper, we characterize three main components in establishing network survivability for an existing network, namely, (1) determining network connectivity, (2) augmenting the network, and (3) finding...
conference paper 2012
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Shadravan, N. (author)
Online social networks (OSNs) are playing an important role in current world and the way people communicate with each other. Despite the advantage of using online social networks, there are certain privacy risks that can affect users of such services. Since users provide a lot of personal information in OSNs, concerns about how data placed in...
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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Yang, S. (author), Kuipers, F. (author)
Spectrum-sliced elastic optical path (SLICE) technology offers a more flexible bandwidth allocation in optical networks than wavelength division multiplexing. It allows different connections to be served via different modulation formats. However, as with any optical network, the optical signal may be susceptible to signal impairments, especially...
conference paper 2012
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Hernández, J.M. (author), Doerr, C. (author), Lessmann, J. (author), Schöller, M. (author)
To protect active traffic against link or node failures in multi-hop communications networks, several so-called protection schemes have been introduced in the past. The most established ones are path, segment, node and link protection. However, these schemes are limited as challenges are modelled abstractly whereas challenges in real networks...
conference paper 2012
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Cator, E. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
conference paper 2012
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Winterbach, W. (author), De Ridder, D. (author), Wang, H.J. (author), Reinders, M. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
conference paper 2012
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Almodóvar Chico, J.L. (author)
Nowadays, people make use of communication networks (e.g. Internet) everyday and expect high quality from the offered services. Providing a good quality of service and optimizing the utilization of the network resources are the main objectives in designing a routing. It has always been believed that traffic demands play an important role in this...
master thesis 2012
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