Annals of telecommunications

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Vol. 70, n° 9-10, September-October 2015

– Efficient and provable secure scheme for delegation of signing rights between the groups; Rajeev Anand Sahu, Sahadeo Padhye, Navaneet Ojha
– Performance analysis of semi-blind two-way AF relaying over generalized-k fading channels; Wided Hadj Alouane, Noureddine Hamdi
– Strongly secure certificateless key-insulated signature secure in the standard model; Yanan Chen, Weixiang Xu, Hu Xiong
– Conversion from mono-axial to isotropic measurements for assessing human exposure to electromagnetic fields of GSM/DCS/UMTS base stations; Mladen Koprivica, Aleksandar Nešković, Nataša Nešković
– Performance of adaptive modulation with optimal switching thresholds for distributed antenna system in composite channels; Binbin Wu, Xiangbin Yu, Ying Wang, Wenting Tan, Ming Chen
– A novel hybrid prediction algorithm to network traffic; Dingde Jiang, Zhengzheng Xu, Hongwei Xu
– STABYLO: steganography with adaptive, Bbs, and binary embedding at low cost; Jean-François Couchot, Raphael Couturier, Christophe Guyeux Continue reading

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Vol. 70, n° 7-8, July-August 2015

– Congestion dispersion in device-to-device discovery for proximity-based services; Sueng Jae Bae, Jaheon Gu, Syed Faraz Hasan, Min Young Chung
– Elasticity in cloud computing: a survey; Emanuel Ferreira Coutinho, Flávio Rubens de Carvalho Sousa, Paulo Antonio Leal Rego, Danielo Gonçalves Gomes, José Neuman de Souza
– Uplink spectrum resource allocation in heterogeneous networks (small cell/macrocell); Mncedisi Bembe, Jeongchan Kim, Martin Mhlanga, Jae Jeung Rho, Youngnam Han
– Multimedia content delivery trigger in a mobile network to reduce the peak load; Eduardo Andrès Celis Muñoz, Fabrice Le Denmat, Arnaud Morin, Xavier Lagrange
– Internet capacity: optimizing autonomous system inbound traffic using specialist knowledge as support for decision-making; Márcio A. de Deus, Paulo H. P. Carvalho, João Paulo Leite
– Interference and SINR coverage in spatial non-slotted Aloha networks; Barłomiej Błaszczyszyn, Paul Mühlethaler
– Priority levels based multi-hop broadcasting method for vehicular ad hoc networks; Wahabou Abdou, Benoît Darties, Nader Mbarek Continue reading

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Vol. 70, n° 5-6, May-June 2015

– DWT-IDWT-based MB-OFDM UWB with digital down converter and digital up converter for power line communication in the frequency band of 50 to 578 MHz; Kalaivani Ramanathan and N. J. R. Muniraj
– Joint cumulant estimate correction and decision for cooperative modulation classification by using multiple sensors; Goran B. Markovic and Miroslav L. Dukic
– A maximally radio-disjoint geographic multipath routing protocol for MANET; Ping Dong, Huanyan Qian, Kai Zhou, Weidi Lu and Shaohua Lan
– Joint distributions for total lengths of shortest-path trees in telecommunication networks; David Neuhäuser, Christian Hirsch, Catherine Gloaguen and Volker Schmidt
– A d-dimensional irregular compact interleaver design for turbo code; Sefouane Chellali and Fatima Chouireb
– A user-centric game selection model based on user preferences for the selection of the best heterogeneous wireless network; Yass K. Salih, Ong Hang See, Rabha W. Ibrahim, Salman Yussof and Azlan Iqbal
– Availability analysis of shared backup path protection under multiple-link failure scenario in WDM networks; Mohamed Mostafa A. Azim and Muhammad Nomani Kabir
– WLAN planning: Separate and joint optimization of both access point placement and channel assignment; Abdelhak Farsi, Nadjib Achir and Khaled Boussetta Continue reading

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Vol. 70, n° 1-2, January-February 2015

– Long-term drivers of broadband traffic in next-generation networks; P. Loskot, M. A. M. Hassanien, F. Farjady, M. Ruffini, D. Payne
– An energy-efficient common control channel selection mechanism for Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks; Md. Nazmus Sakib Miazi, Madiha Tabassum, Md. Abdur Razzaque, and M. Abdullah-Al-Wadud
– Design of digitally controlled multiple-pattern time-modulated antenna arrays with phase-only difference; S. K. Mandal, G. K. Mahanti, Rowdra Ghatak, and A. Chatterjee
– Average symbol error rate and ergodic capacity of switch-and-examine combining diversity receivers over the α-μ fading channel; Refaat Mohamed, Mahmoud H. Ismail, and Hebat-Allah M. Mourad
– Semi-blind two-way AF relaying over Nakagami-m fading environment; Wided Hadj Alouane, and Noureddine Hamdi
– Energy efficient fast predictor for WSN-based target tracking; M. Mirsadeghi and A. Mahani
– No-zero-entry full diversity space-time block codes with linear receivers; Van-Bien Pham and Wei-Xing Sheng Continue reading