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31. Modeling queuing dynamics of TCP: a simple model and its empirical validation.
Topic: Networking
Published: 5/6/2011
Authors: Daniel Ilya Genin, Anastase Nakassis
Abstract: Understanding queuing dynamics of TCP is important for correct router buffer sizing as well as for optimizing the performance of the TCP protocol itself. However, modeling of buffer content dynamics under TCP has received relatively little attent ...

32. Multigate Mesh Routing for Smart Grid Last Mile Communications
Topic: Networking
Published: 5/1/2011
Authors: Hamid Gharavi, Bin Hu
Abstract: One of the most important issues in Smart Grid is to provide consumers with the knowledge of their energy usage, as well as allowing the utility to monitor and control the electric system components with real time status. This would require the desig ...

33. Information Leakage Through the Domain Name System
Series: OTHER
Topic: Networking
Published: 3/31/2011
Authors: Scott William Rose, Anastase Nakassis, Ramaswamy Chandramouli
Abstract: The Domain Name System (DNS) is the global lookup service for network resources. It is often the first step in an Internet transaction as well as a network attack. An attacker can query an organization's DNS as reconnaissance before attacking hos ...

34. Guidelines for the Secure Deployment of IPv6
Series: Special Publication (NIST SP)
Report Number: 800-119
Topic: Networking
Published: 12/29/2010
Authors: Sheila E Frankel, Richard Graveman, John Pearce, Mark Rooks
Abstract: Due to the exhaustion of IPv4 address space, and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) mandate that U.S. federal agencies begin to use the IPv6 protocol, NIST undertook the development of a guide to help educate federal agencies about the possibl ...

35. Mobile Applications: the Fifth Cycle
Topic: Networking
Published: 12/13/2010
Authors: George Hurlburt, Jeffrey Mark Voas, Keith Miller
Abstract: Using the analogy of an existing smart car, this paper explores Power to the Edge , where the edge is commercial mobile computing. The world is poised for a 5th Cycle of computer capability, this time focused on the burgeoning phenomena of mobile co ...

36. Graphical User Interface (GUI) for Project 25: Inter-RF Subsystem Interface (ISSI) GUI Version 0.9.6
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7726
Topic: Networking
Published: 10/25/2010
Authors: Alan B. Vinh, Richard Antoine Rouil, Antonio Izquierdo Manzanares, Alexandre Delye
Abstract: There are two parts to the Project 25: Inter-RF Subsystem Interface (ISSI) model: 1) The server program that models the behavior of the ISSI protocol(s), along with the server that allows interaction with the graphical user interface application ( ...

37. A practical implementation of distributed system control over an asynchronous Ethernet network using time-stamped data
Topic: Networking
Published: 10/21/2010
Authors: Dhananjay Anand, Jeffrey Fletcher, YaShian Li-Baboud, James Moyne
Abstract: With the increasing use of Ethernet for real time control of distributed dynamic systems, and inexpensive processing power at the sensor and actuator nodes, there is a growing interest in the process control community to move towards ,model based ...

38. Security Assurance Levels: A Vector Approach to Describing Security Requirements
Series: OTHER
Topic: Networking
Published: 10/20/2010
Authors: James D Gilsinn, Ragnar Schierholz
Abstract: Safety systems have used the concept of safety integrity levels (SILs) for almost two decades. This allows the safety of a component or system to be represented by a single number that defines a protection factor required to ensure the health and saf ...

39. A Methodology to Evaluate Wireless Technologies for the Smart Grid
Topic: Networking
Published: 10/4/2010
Authors: Michael R Souryal, Camillo A Gentile, David Wesley Griffith, David E Cypher, Nada T Golmie
Abstract: This paper presents a methodology for assessing the suitability of various wireless technologies for meeting the communication requirements of Smart Grid applications. It describes an approach for translating application requirements to link traffic ...

40. Simulation of a Medium Frequency Mesh Network for Communications in Underground Mines
Topic: Networking
Published: 10/3/2010
Authors: Michael R Souryal, Fabien Andre Valoit, Hui Guo, Nader Moayeri, Nicholas W. Damiano, David P. Snyder
Abstract: Signals at the lower end of the medium frequency range (300 kHz to 3000 kHz) propagate with relatively low attenuation along existing metallic infrastructure in an underground mine, such as cables, pipes and rails. Exploiting this capability, low-ban ...

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