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  • Energy aware routing protocol (EARP) for ad-hoc wireless sensor networks 

    Mann, Raminder P.; Namuduri, Kameswara; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2004-11-29)
    Wireless ad-hoc sensor networks differ from wireless ad-hoc networks from the following perspectives: greater energy constraint, light weight routing protocols, and flexible communication patterns. This paper proposes an ...
  • Energy consumption of VA hospital CT scans 

    Esmaeili, Mohammad Amin; Jahromi, Ashkan S.; Twomey, Janet M.; Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram; Overcash, Michael; Elsken, Tyson; Dominquez, Fernando; Thomas, Nicholas; Mcadam, Ashlee (IEEE, 2011-05)
    The United States healthcare spending was about $7,681 per resident and accounted for 16.2% of the nation's GDP in 2008 and rose to compromise about 18% of the nation's GDP by 2010. As healthcare sector continues to grow ...
  • Energy dependent analytical model for sustainable portable computing devices 

    Ghose, Toolika; Namboodiri, Vinod; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2012-05)
    The rapidly growing demand for portable devices brings new challenges for the research community. A great amount of prior research has focused on battery-life constraints of such portable devices. A cloud based thin client ...
  • Energy expenditure during chewing: a comparison of two measurement methods 

    Yenter, Jaclyn (Wichita State University, 2011-05)
    Older adults with chewing and swallowing difficulties frequently report increased fatigue and effort, or energy expenditure, during eating. Energy is defined as the ability to perform work. It is most accurately measured ...
  • Energy implication of various VoIP codecs in portable devices 

    Pendse, Ravi; Naeem, Muhammad; Namboodiri, Vinod (IEEE, 2010-10-10)
    Current portable devices e.g. cell phones, PDA's and laptops are mainly Wi-Fi capable. Users can make efficient use of these devices by running various applications. Among these, the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) ...
  • Energy implications of various VoIP codecs in portable devices 

    Naeem, Muhammad (Wichita State University, 2011-05)
    Today, most portable devices, e.g., cell phones, PDAs, and laptops are Wi-Fi capable. Users can make efficient use of these devices by running various applications, including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to make ...
  • Energy storage in a motor 

    Doffing, John E. (Wichita State University, 2014-12)
    Energy storage can be used to fill gaps when energy production systems of a variable or cyclical nature such as renewable energy sources are offline. This thesis research is the study of an energy storage device using high ...
  • Energy transfer followed by electron transfer in a supramolecular Boron Dipyrrin-Zinc Porphyrin-Fullerene 

    Maligaspe, Eranda; D'Souza, Francis (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2009-05-01)
    Photosynthesis, the process of converting light energy into chemical energy, involves two major steps, absorption and transportation of light energy of appropriate wavelength by the antenna light harvesting molecules to ...
  • Energy transfer followed by electron transfer in a supramolecular triad composed of boron dipyrrin, zinc porphyrin, and fullerene: a model for the photosynthetic antenna-reaction center complex 

    D'Souza, Francis; Smith, Phillip M.; Zandler, Melvin E.; McCarty, Amy L.; Itou, Mitsunari; Araki, Yasuyaki; Ito, Osamu (American Chemical Society, 2004-06-30)
    The first example of a working model of the photosynthetic antenna-reaction center complex, constructed via self-assembled supramolecular methodology, is reported. For this, a supramolecular triad is assembled by axially ...
  • Energy use in healthcare services: radiography procedures 

    Esmaeili, Mohammad Amin; Jahromi, Ashkan S.; Dominquez, Fernando; Thomas, Nicholas; Mcadam, Ashlee; Twomey, Janet M.; Overcash, Michael; Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram; Malzahn, Don E. (2011-02-17)
    In 2010 the U.S. healthcare sector rose to comprise 18% of the nation’s GDP. During that year $8.8 billion was on energy to meet patient needs. As the percent of GDP spent on healthcare rises over the next several years, ...
  • Energy-aware routing protocol for Ad Hoc wireless sensor networks 

    Mann, Raminder P.; Namuduri, Kameswara; Pendse, Ravi (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2005-04-15)
    Wireless ad hoc sensor networks differ from wireless ad hoc networks from the following perspectives: low energy, lightweight routing protocols, and adaptive communication patterns. This paper proposes an energy-aware ...
  • Energy-aware, collaborative tracking with ad hoc wireless sensor networks 

    Balasubramanian, Sivakumar; Jayaweera, Sudharman K.; Namuduri, Kameswara (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2005-04-22)
  • Energy-efficiency analysis of cooperative sensing schemes in ad hoc WLAN cognitive radios 

    Syeda, Reshma Sultana (Wichita State University, 2011-12)
    Wi-Fi has become a ubiquitous wireless technology in a relatively short period of time. Each of us has a wireless gadget competing for the Wi-Fi bandwidth and thus has to compromise on the data speeds in order to share the ...
  • Energy-efficient data redistribution in sensor networks 

    Kurkal, Rohini (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2010-04-23)
    We tackle the data redistribution problem in data intensive sensor networks, which concerns how to redistribute the large volume of sensory data into the sensor networks wherein sensor nodes have limited storage space and ...
  • Energy-efficient data redistribution in sensor networks 

    Tang, Bin; Jaggi, Neeraj; Wu, Haijie; Kurkal, Rohini (ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY, 2013-06-24)
    We address the energy-efficient data redistribution problem in data-intensive sensor networks (DISNs). In a DISN, a large volume of data gets generated, which is first stored in the network and is later collected for further ...
  • Energy-efficient even-parity network coding for adhoc networks 

    Yarlagadda, Jyothsna (Wichita State University, 2012-05)
    The major difference between wired and wireless networks is their broadcast nature, specifically how transmitted data by one node may reach other nodes and vice-versa. This broadcast nature is a curse for wired networks ...
  • English vowel production for Japanese adults: Comparison of two training methods 

    Maeda, Masako (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2010-04-23)
    American English vowels are challenging for non-native speakers of English, because the vowels’ articulation is generally difficult to observe and describe. Although a computer has been applied for language learning, human ...
  • Enhanced AODV (EN-AODV) in ad hoc networks 

    Yeshwanth, Manisha (Wichita State University, 2010-05)
    A set of wireless nodes or routers coming together to form a network in which every node acts as a router can be defined as a mobile ad hoc network (MANET). Mobility causes a number of issues in ad hoc networks. To overcome ...
  • Enhanced handoff algorithm for the co-existence of mobile IPV4 and IPV6 networks 

    Manepalli, Sarika (Wichita State University, 2009-05)
    As wireless technology has improved, the demand for constant internet connectivity increased. With the invention of Mobile IP, users are still more interested to have connection to the internet while moving from one ...
  • Enhanced mobility protocol for wireless networks 

    Best, Patricia K.; Pendse, Ravi (IEEE, 2003-10-06)
    The purpose of this research was to improve the communication technology for mobile computing devices. It focused on increasing the speed and reliability of data, voice, and video transmissions while away from a home or ...