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Amogha D Shanbhag – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • WiMob – RDT an Active Monitor mode based reliable data transfer in wireless LAN
    2013 IEEE 9th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing Networking and Communications (WiMob), 2013
    Co-Authors: Karthik Srinivasa Gopalan, Amogha D Shanbhag

    Abstract:

    Ubiquitous sharing of content between users has become more prevalent over the years. The advent of smart devices like smart phones and tablets with high end processors has enabled their use in numerous processor intensive use cases that was not possible earlier. High definition streaming to multiple devices and multimedia based applications that require high performance are being considered on mobile devices. While the memory and processor speed of the devices has improved over the years to cater to such applications, the underlying wireless LAN technology has struggled to cope especially when the number of mobile devices is large. In this paper we investigate the use of reliable data transfer mechanism using an Active Monitor mode to improve the performance of reliable data transfer and streaming to a large number of mobile devices.

  • RDT an Active Monitor mode based reliable data transfer in wireless LAN
    2013 IEEE 9th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing Networking and Communications (WiMob), 2013
    Co-Authors: Karthik Srinivasa Gopalan, Amogha D Shanbhag

    Abstract:

    Ubiquitous sharing of content between users has become more prevalent over the years. The advent of smart devices like smart phones and tablets with high end processors has enabled their use in numerous processor intensive use cases that was not possible earlier. High definition streaming to multiple devices and multimedia based applications that require high performance are being considered on mobile devices. While the memory and processor speed of the devices has improved over the years to cater to such applications, the underlying wireless LAN technology has struggled to cope especially when the number of mobile devices is large. In this paper we investigate the use of reliable data transfer mechanism using an Active Monitor mode to improve the performance of reliable data transfer and streaming to a large number of mobile devices.

Karthik Srinivasa Gopalan – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • WiMob – RDT an Active Monitor mode based reliable data transfer in wireless LAN
    2013 IEEE 9th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing Networking and Communications (WiMob), 2013
    Co-Authors: Karthik Srinivasa Gopalan, Amogha D Shanbhag

    Abstract:

    Ubiquitous sharing of content between users has become more prevalent over the years. The advent of smart devices like smart phones and tablets with high end processors has enabled their use in numerous processor intensive use cases that was not possible earlier. High definition streaming to multiple devices and multimedia based applications that require high performance are being considered on mobile devices. While the memory and processor speed of the devices has improved over the years to cater to such applications, the underlying wireless LAN technology has struggled to cope especially when the number of mobile devices is large. In this paper we investigate the use of reliable data transfer mechanism using an Active Monitor mode to improve the performance of reliable data transfer and streaming to a large number of mobile devices.

  • RDT an Active Monitor mode based reliable data transfer in wireless LAN
    2013 IEEE 9th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing Networking and Communications (WiMob), 2013
    Co-Authors: Karthik Srinivasa Gopalan, Amogha D Shanbhag

    Abstract:

    Ubiquitous sharing of content between users has become more prevalent over the years. The advent of smart devices like smart phones and tablets with high end processors has enabled their use in numerous processor intensive use cases that was not possible earlier. High definition streaming to multiple devices and multimedia based applications that require high performance are being considered on mobile devices. While the memory and processor speed of the devices has improved over the years to cater to such applications, the underlying wireless LAN technology has struggled to cope especially when the number of mobile devices is large. In this paper we investigate the use of reliable data transfer mechanism using an Active Monitor mode to improve the performance of reliable data transfer and streaming to a large number of mobile devices.

Mark Spence – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of various passive Monitors and Active Monitors for industrial hygiene sampling.
    American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 2020
    Co-Authors: Greg L. Nothstein, Rolf M.a. Hahne, Mark Spence

    Abstract:

    A framework for evaluating passive or Active industrial hygiene air sampling Monitors on a cost-effectiveness basis is described. Five passive Monitors and one Active Monitor (charcoal tube with pump) were compared in several hypothetical scenarios. Using certain assumptions regarding method validation costs, sampling equipment costs, and labor costs, both a per sample cost and a total annual cost were calculated for each type of sampling Monitor as a function of total samples taken per year. The results of this study indicate that even when the additional expense of full validation of the passive sampling Monitor is required, these Monitors are more cost-effective than Active Monitors. A specific type of passive Monitor utilizing replaceable capsules is the most cost-effective when more than 500 samples per year are taken.