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Analytical Comparison of Fairness Principles for Resource Sharing in Packet-Based Communication Networks
Yaser Miaji,Suhaidi Hassan
International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security , 2010,
Abstract: Current Internet users are enormously increased and application that they are using is magnificently bandwidth devoured. With this manner, Internet is no longer a fair and protective environment. The diversity in the Internet applications required a reconsideration of the mechanisms used to deliver each packet pass through a router in order to provide better fairness and more protective place. Furthermore, the observer of the Internet packet could easily identify the purpose of the delay which is indeed caused by the queuing in the output buffer of the router. Therefore, to reduce such delay for those sensitive applications such as real-time applications, scholars develop many fairness principle which by turn could improve the QoS and hence the fairness and the protection aspect. This study highlight most famous fairness principles used in the literature and some other novel ideas in the concept of fairness. The analytical comparison of these principles shows the weakness and the strength of each principle. Furthermore, it illuminates which fairness principle is more appropriate in which environment.
Breaking the Legend: Maxmin Fairness notion is no longer effective
Yaser Miaji,Suhaidi Hassan
International Journal on Applications of Graph Theory in Wireless ad hoc Networks and Sensor Networks , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we analytically propose an alternative approach to achieve better fairness in schedulingmechanisms which could provide better quality of service particularly for real time application. Our proposaloppose the allocation of the bandwidth which adopted by all previous scheduling mechanism. It rather adopt theopposition approach be proposing the notion of Maxmin-charge which fairly distribute the congestion.Furthermore, analytical proposition of novel mechanism named as Just Queueing is been demonstrated.
Breaking the Legend: Maxmin Fairness notion is no longer effective
Yaser Miaji,Suhaidi Hassan
Computer Science , 2010, DOI: 10.5121/jgraphoc.2010.2203
Abstract: In this paper we analytically propose an alternative approach to achieve better fairness in scheduling mechanisms which could provide better quality of service particularly for real time application. Our proposal oppose the allocation of the bandwidth which adopted by all previous scheduling mechanism. It rather adopt the opposition approach be proposing the notion of Maxmin-charge which fairly distribute the congestion. Furthermore, analytical proposition of novel mechanism named as Just Queueing is been demonstrated.
Breaking the Legend: Maxmin Fairness notion is no longer effective
Yaser Miaji,Suhaidi Hassan
Computer Science , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we analytically propose an alternative approach to achieve better fairness in scheduling mechanisms which could provide better quality of service particularly for real time application. Our proposal oppose the allocation of the bandwidth which adopted by all previous scheduling mechanism. It rather adopt the opposition approach be proposing the notion of Maxmin-charge which fairly distribute the congestion. Furthermore, analytical proposition of novel mechanism named as Just Queueing is been demonstrated.
Survey on the Event Orderings Semantics Used for Distributed System
Yaser Miaji Osman Gazali,Suhaidi Hassan
International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology , 2010,
Abstract: Event ordering in distributed system (DS) is disputable and proactive subjectin DS particularly with the emergence of multimedia synchronization. According to theliterature, different type of event ordering is used for different DS mode such asasynchronous or synchronous. Recently, there are several novel implementation of thesetypes introduced to fulfill the demand for establishing a certain order according to aspecific criterion in DS with lighter complexity.
Survey on the Event Orderings Semantics Used for Distributed System
Yaser Miaji Osman Gazali,Suhaidi Hassan
Computer Science , 2010, DOI: 10.5121/ijcsit.2010.2311
Abstract: Event ordering in distributed system (DS) is disputable and proactive subject in DS particularly with the emergence of multimedia synchronization. According to the literature, different type of event ordering is used for different DS mode such as asynchronous or synchronous. Recently, there are several novel implementation of these types introduced to fulfill the demand for establishing a certain order according to a specific criterion in DS with lighter complexity.
The Plurality of the Sacred—Critical Remarks on Mircea Eliade’s Conception of the Sacred  [PDF]
Yaser Mirdamadi
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2015.57048
Abstract: Mircea Eliade’s conception of the sacred, confining it to religious sacred, is criticized. A more comprehensive model of the sacred, which includes non-religious sacred, is developed and human love is suggested as a good candidate for non-religious sacred.
Exploring Teaching Training Using Metaphors among Arab Students in Israel  [PDF]
Khawla Zoabi, Yaser Awad
Creative Education (CE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.32034
Abstract: Many studies reveal that personal insights and growth can be followed through the study of narratives and metaphors in the field of education. Yet, there is a striking lack of studies in education that analyzes students’ metaphors regarding teacher-training practicum as a continuous process, and there is a lack of such studies in various cultural contexts. This paper describes how Arab teacher-training students described their impressions of their practical experience through personal stories entirely based in metaphoric language. The study was carried out in a multiple case study format, in which the cases are the stories of the students. The stories were written in Arabic the mother tongue of the students. This paper contributed to the body of knowledge available about student teachers’ practical experiences in two ways: first, by providing a detailed understanding of how students perceive their practicum; and second, since knowledge through metaphors can provide direction in structuring training courses for student teaching in accordance with student insights and by addressing their needs, such an understanding will be useful to teachers and instructors and can guide them in providing training that is relevant, rational, and supportive.
A Cooperative Distributed System for Real-Time Route Guidance  [PDF]
Yaser E. Hawas
Journal of Transportation Technologies (JTTs) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2012.23025
Abstract: This paper describes a cooperative decentralized architecture for reactive real-time route guidance. The architecture is cooperative in the sense that it allows adjacent local controllers to exchange information regarding the traffic conditions in their territories. A set of local decision rules and associated heuristic functions to support the cooperative architecture are specified. A protocol governing the knowledge exchange among local adjacent controllers is developed. A simulation-assignment modeling framework is used for assessing the effectiveness of this cooperative architecture under various levels of controller knowledge and network traffic congestion. The cooperative decentralized system is tested under various scenarios of knowledge and cooperation and network traffic demand levels. The cooperative system is compared against the shortest path algorithm as a benchmark.
Multi-Deployment of Dispersed Power Sources Using RBF Neural Network  [PDF]
Yaser Soliman Qudaih, Takashi Hiyama
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2010.24032
Abstract: Multi-deployment of dispersed power sources became an important need with the rapid increase of the Distributed generation (DG) technology and smart grid applications. This paper proposes a computational tool to assess the optimal DG size and deployment for more than one unit, taking the minimum losses and voltage profile as objective functions. A technique called radial basis function (RBF) neural network has been utilized for such target. The method is only depending on the training process; so it is simple in terms of algorithm and structure and it has fast computational speed and high accuracy; therefore it is flexible and reliable to be tested in different target scenarios. The proposed method is designed to find the best solution of multi- DG sizing and deployment in 33-bus IEEE distribution system and create the suitable topology of the system in the presence of DG. Some important results for DG deployment and discussion are involved to show the effectiveness of our proposed method.
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