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Volume 5, Issue 17, 25 November 2011

Volume 5, Issue 17

25 November 2011

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    • Editorial: Smart Space Technological Developments
      Extracting and visualising human activity patterns of daily living in a smart home environment
      Collaborative routing and camera selection for visual wireless sensor networks
      Semantic Web-based policy interaction detection method with rules in smart home for detecting interactions among user policies
      Real-time physiological and vision monitoring of vehicle driver for non-intrusive drowsiness detection
      Nearest-neighbour query processing with non-spatial predicates for service allocation in smart space environment
      Real-time low-bitrate multimedia communication for smart spaces and wireless sensor networks
      Reliable routing for low-power smart space communications
      Activity-driven optimised bus-specific-clock-gating for ultra-low-power smart space applications
      ITFBS: adaptive intrusion-tolerant scheme for body sensor networks in smart space applications
      Analysis of location privacy solutions in wireless sensor networks
    • Graph-based interference coordination scheme in orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing access femtocell networks
      Dual-path-based reliable geocasting for tactical ad hoc networks
      Random characteristics of carrier frequency offset and a joint fading branch correlation in an asynchronous multi-carrier coded-division multiple-access system
      Performance of network-coding-assisted scheduling schemes and their applications in uplink time division duplexing code division multiple access systems
      Exploiting multipath and Doppler array gains in fast-fading wireless channel
      Designing delay lines based on group delay ripple range for transmitted-reference ultra-wideband systems
      Robust linear transceivers for downlink multi-user multiple-input multiple-output systems using second-order cone programming optimisation

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