lmfeeney.bib

@techreport{wisent06,
  author = {{Laura Marie Feeney, editor} and {Can Basaran and others}},
  title = {Critical evaluation of platforms commonly used in embedded wireless sensor networks research},
  institution = {Embedded Wisents Project FP6-004400},
  type = {Public Report},
  year = 2006,
  url = {http://www.embedded-wisents.org/studies/survey_wp2.html}
}
@techreport{Feeney:T2005_15,
  author = {Laura Marie Feeney},
  title = {Impact of phase distribution in asynchronous communication protocols},
  institution = { Swedish Insititute of Computer Science },
  number = {T2005:15},
  year = 2005,
  month = dec,
  url = {http://www.sics.se/~lmfeeney/publications/Files/sics05phase.pdf}
}
@techreport{FeeneyL:T99:07,
  key = {},
  author = {Laura Marie Feeney},
  title = {A Taxonomy for Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks},
  institution = {SICS -- Swedish Institute of Computer Science},
  year = {1999},
  number = {T1999:07},
  month = oct,
  abstract = {A Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (manet) is a mobile, multi-hop 
                  wireless network which is capable of autonomous operation. 
                  It is characterized by energy-constrained nodes, 
                  bandwidth-constrained, variable-capacity wireless links and 
                  dynamic topology, leading to frequent and unpredictable 
                  connectivity changes. In the absence of a fixed 
                  infrastructure, manet nodes cooperate to provide routing 
                  services, relying on each other to forward packets to their
                  destination. Routing protocols designed for the fixed 
                  network are not effective in the dynamic and 
                  resource-constrained manet environment; many alternative 
                  routing protocols have been suggested. This report provides 
                  an overview of a number of manet routing protocols. More 
                  importantly, it defines a taxonomy that is suitable for 
                  examining a wide variety of protocols in a structured way 
                  and exploring tradeoffs associated with various design 
                  choices. The emphasis is on practical design and 
                  implementation issues rather than complexity analysis.},
  url = {http://www.sics.se/~lmfeeney/publications/Files/sics99taxonomy.pdf}
}
@techreport{FeeneyL:T99:11,
  key = {foo},
  author = {Laura Marie Feeney},
  title = {Measuring the Energy Consumption of an 802.11 Network Interface},
  institution = {SICS -- Swedish Institute of Computer Science},
  year = {1999},
  number = {T1999:11},
  month = dec,
  abstract = {This report describes a series of simple experiments
		which measure the per-packet energy consumption of an
		IEEE 802.11 wireless network interface.  The goal of
		this work is to develop a solid experimental basis for
		assumptions that can (or cannot) be made in the design
		and analysis of network protocols operating in the ad
		hoc wireless environment.},
  url = {http://www.sics.se/~lmfeeney/publications/Files/sics99measure.ps}
}
@techreport{FeeneyL:T02:09,
  key = {foo},
  author = {Laura Marie Feeney},
  title = {An Asynchronous Power Save Protocol for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks},
  institution = {SICS -- Swedish Institute of Computer Science},
  year = {2002},
  number = {T2002:09},
  month = jul,
  note = {revised February, 2003},
  url = {http://www.sics.se/~lmfeeney/publications/Files/sics03asynchronous.pdf},
  abstract = {This report describes a power save protocol for ad hoc
               networks. The protocol is largely independent of the
               details of the underlying MAC and is friendly toward
               any overlying energy-aware ad hoc routing.  A key
               advantage is that the protocol is fully asynchronous.
               Neighbors that wish to communicate estimate the
               relative phase difference between their sleep/wake
               cycles.  A station uses this phase information to order
               its pending transmissions to use the available periods
               of overlap most efficiently.  Stations can also adjust
               their phase relationships to avoid contention and and
               reduce latency for delay sensitive flows.

               The proposed protocol is defined in considerable detail
               and it is argued that the protocol is likely to exhibit
               good energy savings as well as acceptable network
               performance.  The proposed protocol is also carefully
               distinguished from related work in this area.  Based on
               these arguments, it is recommended that work continue
               to implement the proposed protocol in a fully featured
               simulation environment and more carefully study its
               effectiveness.}
}
@inproceedings{Campos+:wwrf04,
  key = {},
  author = {Rui Campos and {others}},
  title = {Scenarios for Network Composition in Ambient Networks:
a new paradigm for Internetworking},
  booktitle = {Wireless World Research Forum {(WWRF11)}},
  year = 2004,
  month = jun
}