By Jie Wu
For builders in telecommunications and graduate scholars, Wu (computer technology and engineering, Florida Atlantic collage) compiles forty seven essays on new tools and customary matters in 3 attached, but infrequently associated, fields: sensor networks, advert hoc instant networks, and peer-to-peer networks, which mixed are referred to as SAP networks. Written through a global and vast staff of members from universities, learn facilities, and firms, the contributions disguise theoretic and algorithmic tools utilized in optimization, computational geometry, graph idea, and combinatorics; protocol safeguard and privateness; scalability layout; disbursed and localized recommendations; facts administration; working structures and middleware help; energy regulate platforms and layout; functions; and function and simulations.
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