Local area network monitoring on OS/2 operating system

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With the introduction of millimeter waves in 5G, using wireless backhaul has become feasible with higher performance comparable to that of fiber cables. Using unmanned aerial vehicles as small cells enabled many use-cases by reducing the average link length and increasing the line-of-sight probability. In this work, a heterogeneous network with users, flying small cells on unmanned aerial vehicles, and macro base stations are considered. We introduce two main problems: establishing backhaul routes for small...
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Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) is one of the most widely studied problems in logistics literature. Up to now, many different types of exact solution methods and heuristics have been developed in order to deal with various variants of this computationally complex optimization problem. However, only a few researchers have included the concepts of speed control, fuel consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in their studies. The first part of this study is dedicated to a special variant of VRP called the ...
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C. Gargın, “Local area network monitoring on OS/2 operating system,” Middle East Technical University, 1995.