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Li, Ming 1985-

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Works: 3 works in 27 publications in 1 language and 1,094 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Ming Li
Multihop wireless networks : opportunistic routing by Kai Zeng( )

19 editions published between 2011 and 2013 in English and held by 798 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book provides an introduction to opportunistic routing an emerging technology designed to improve the packet forwarding reliability, network capacity and energy efficiency of multihop wireless networksThis book presents a comprehensive background to the technological challenges lying behind opportunistic routing. The authors cover many fundamental research issues for this new concept, including the basic principles, performance limit and performance improvement of opportunistic routing compared to traditional routing, energy efficiency and distributed opportunistic routing protocol design, geographic opportunistic routing, opportunistic broadcasting, and security issues associated with opportunistic routing, etc. Furthermore, the authors discuss technologies such as multi-rate, multi-channel, multi-radio wireless communications, energy detection, channel measurement, etc. The book brings together all the new results on this topic in a systematic, coherent and unified presentation and provides a much needed comprehensive introduction to this topic. Key Features: Addresses opportunistic routing, an emerging technology designed to improve the packet forwarding reliability, network capacity and energy efficiency of multihop wireless networks Discusses the technological challenges lying behind this new technology, and covers a wide range of practical implementation issues Explores many fundamental research issues for this new concept, including the basic principles of opportunistic routing, performance limits and performance improvement, and compares them to traditional routing (e.g. energy efficiency and distributed opportunistic routing protocol design, broadcasting, and security issues) Covers technologies such as multi-rate, multi-channel, multi-radio wireless communications, energy detection, channel measurement, etc. This book provides an invaluable reference for researchers working in the field of wireless networks and wireless communications, and Wireless professionals. Graduate students will also find this book of interest"--
Spectrum trading in multi-hop cognitive radio networks by Miao Pan( )

7 editions published in 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 295 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This SpringerBrief focuses on spectrum trading designs in multi-hop cognitive radio networks. It starts with the motivation for spectrum trading and the review of existing spectrum trading designs. Then, it presents a novel CRN architecture for spectrum trading considering spectrum trading?s economic features and wireless nature. Under this network architecture, it extends current single-hop per-user based spectrum trading design into a multi-hop transmission opportunity based one, and further into a session based one, while having economic properties guaranteed. This SpringerBrief not only provides a good review of current spectrum trading designs, it also touches on the cutting-edge interdisciplinary spectrum trading research on disparate fields of modeling, network architecture design, optimization theories, statistics, and economic theories. Advanced-level students studying computer science, electrical and computer engineering and economics, wireless network planners, and wireless spectrum engineers will find this book a useful tool
Multihop cognitive cellular networks : Optimization, security, and privacy by Ming Li( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The exploding growth of wireless devices like smartphones and tablets has driven the emergence of various applications, which has exacerbated the congestion over current wireless networks. Noticing the limitation of current wireless network architectures and the static spectrum policy, in this dissertation, we study a novel hybrid network architecture, called multihop cognitive cellular network (MC2N), taking good advantage of both local available channels and frequency spatial reuse to increase the throughput of the network, enlarge the coverage area of the base station, and increase the network scalability. Although offering significant benefits, the MC2N also brings unique research challenges over other wireless networks. Of note are the problems associated with the architecture, modeling, cross-layer design, privacy, and security issues. In this dissertation, we aim to address these challenging and fundamental issues in MC2Ns. Our contributions in this dissertation are multifold. First, we consider multiradio multi-channel in MC2Ns and propose a multi-radio multi-channel multi-hop cognitive cellular network (M3C2N). Under the proposed architecture, we then investigate the minimum length scheduling problem by exploring joint frequency allocation, link scheduling, and routing. Second, energy consumption minimization problem is further studied for MC2N under physical model. Third, we introduce device-to-device (D2D) communications among cellular users in MC2Ns by bypassing the base stations (BSs) and utilizing local available spectrums, and hence potentially further alleviate network congestion. A secondary spectrum auction market is constructed to dynamically allocate the available licensed spectrums. Fourth, we propose realtime detection, defense, and penalty schemes to identify, defend against, and punish MAC layer selfish misbehavior, respectively, in multihop IEEE 802.11 networks, noticing that most traditional detection approaches are for wireless local area networks only, and rely on a large amount of historical data to perform statistical detection. Last, a new location-based rewarding system, called LocaWard is proposed, where mobile users can collect location-based tokens from token distributors, and then redeem their gathered tokens at token collectors for beneficial rewards. Besides, we also develop a security and privacy aware location-based rewarding protocol for the LocaWard system
 
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