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Many cable television (CATV) devices, which cannot be feasibly monitored using a simple network management protocol, are used in CATV networks. It is difficult to remotely monitor these devices online because different protocols are used in different devices. In this paper, we design and...
In modern communication systems, it is necessary to develop new approaches to optimise them. To achieve this objective, new paradigms are necessary. The present work proposes the conception of an autonomic communication system, which is based on a Bayesian network and on an ontology, to take...
Fading is a phenomenon which is highly degrading the quality of the wireless signal. Shadowing is also an event due to which the receive quality of the signal degrades considerably even if the receiver is closed to the transmitter. Both this phenomena is happening together in a wireless...
The industrial internet of things (IIoT) is facing enormous challenges, including limited computing resources and network bandwidth and high energy consumption. To facilitate the realisation of IIoT-enabled manufacturing, several problems concerning computing modes and interaction patterns among...
Existing control cards typically use non-real-time Ethernet protocols, such as TCP/IP, making it difficult to achieve multi-axis synchronisation between control cards. A practical scheme is proposed in this paper to solve this problem. In this scheme, the internal clocks of control cards are...
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