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  • Watfa M.; Al Tahan A. (, 2008)
    In this paper, we present a novel 3D geographical routing algorithm (3DGR) that makes use of the position information to route packets from sources to destinations with high path quality and reliability. The locality and ...
  • Watfa M.K.; Mirz O.; Kawtharani J. (, 2008)
    Clustering allows for data aggregation which reduces congestion and energy consumption. Recent study in battery technology reveals that batteries tend to discharge more power than needed and reimburse the over-discharged ...
  • Watfa M.K.; Moubarak M. (Academy Publisher;, 2014)
    The emergence of the technology of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) has lead to many changes in current and traditional computational techniques in order to adapt to their harsh and scarce requirements. A WSN consists of ...
  • Safa H.; Khayat S. (, 2011)
    In this paper, we propose a scheduling algorithm for mobile WiMAX networks that distributes dynamically the bandwidth among service flows while giving real-time packets more chances to satisfy their QoS requirements. The ...
  • Dargham J.; Bashir B. (, 2007)
    Security is a major and indispensable component of a Distributed System. Aspects have been long used to enforce security policies over the Distributed Systems by regulating the communication between hosts. But there weren't ...
  • Attie P.; Baranov E.; Bliudze S.; Jaber M.; Sifakis J. (Springer Verlag;, 2014)
    Architectures depict design principles: paradigms that can be understood by all, allow thinking on a higher plane and avoiding low-level mistakes. They provide means for ensuring correctness by construction by enforcing ...
  • Dargham J.; Fares E.A. (, 2008)
    The World Wide Web is heading towards a state of organized and structured data that is understandable by software agents; the World Wide Web is becoming the Semantic web. This data should be organized according to a certain ...
  • Badaro G.; Hajj H.; El-Hajj W.; Nachman L. (, 2013)
    The proliferation of powerful smart devices is revolutionizing mobile computing systems. A particular set of applications that is gaining wide interest is recommender systems. Recommender systems provide their users with ...
  • Yassine F.; Safa H. (, 2009)
    Localization has been a major challenge in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) because without finding the position of the sensor that is reporting sensed data, the data reported will not be useful. However, most of the previous ...
  • Watfa M.K.; El-Ghali M.; Halabi H. (, 2009)
    Sensor nodes used to transmit sensitive data, especially in military applications, require securing the data transmitted through the WSNs to maintain the confidentiality of the data and authenticate the participating sensor ...
  • Boulos J.; Karakashian S. (, 2006)
    This paper describes the design and implementation of an XML storage manager for fast and interactive XPath expressions evaluation. This storage manager has two main parts: the XML data storage structure and the index over ...
  • Salem F.K.A. (WIENSACHSENPLATZ 4-6, PO BOX 89, A-1201 WIEN, AUSTRIA, 2006)
    An important factorization algorithm for polynomials over finite fields was developed by Niederreiter. The factorization problem is reduced to solving a linear system over the finite field in question, and the solutions ...
  • Safa H. (Elsevier; AMSTERDAMPO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2014)
    Localization has been a major challenge in wireless sensor networks. The data reported from a sensor is only useful when the position of that sensor is found. In this paper, we propose a new algorithm that accurately ...
  • Safa H.; Karam M.; Moussa B. (NEW YORK345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA, 2013)
    Devices in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) have limited power resources and may be equipped with different transmission technologies. These characteristics make MANET traditional routing protocols inconvenient in a ...
  • Safa H.; Shahla F.A. (AMSTERDAMPO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2011)
    The IEEE 802.16 standard does not define or recommend any algorithm for measuring whether a flow exceeds its maximum sustained traffic rate. However, in this standard the Service Data Units deemed to exceed the granted ...
  • Al Tahan A.M.; Watfa M.K. (HOBOKEN111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA, 2012)
    As large-scale sensor networks become more feasible, properties such as stateless nature and low maintenance overhead make position-based routing increasingly more attractive. Motivated by the fact that sensor networks ...
  • Safa H.; Khayat S. (HOBOKEN111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA, 2013)
    Several scheduling techniques were designed for the base station (BS) of IEEE 802.16e wireless interoperability of microwave access networks. However, depending on the BS scheduler alone to determine the servicing order ...
  • Karam M.; Dascalu S.; Safa H.; Santina R.; Koteich Z. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2008)
    A web service-based web application (WSbWA) is a collection of web services or reusable proven software parts that can be discovered and invoked using standard Internet protocols. The use of these web services in the ...
  • Safa H.; El-Hajj W.; Tohme K. (NEW YORK345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA, 2013)
    LTE uplink frequency scheduling algorithms have neglected the user equipment's (UE) QoS requirements, relying only on the time domain to provide such requirements when creating the allocation matrix for the next transmission ...
  • Safa H.; Deriane F.; Artail H. (, 2011)
    Accessing remote services in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) can be slow and sometimes impossible due to frequent disconnection of mobile nodes. Caching techniques can be used to improve the service accessibility and the ...

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