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Non Refereed Workshops and Seminar

Lemic, F., Azcarate, I., Handziski, V., Zubow, A. and Wolisz, A. "Talk Proposal:Standardized Localization Interface", in 2017 GeoIT WhereCamp Conference, November, 2017.

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Moayeri, N., Ergin, M. O., Lemic, F., Handziski, V. and Wolisz, A. "PerfLoc: A Comprehensive Repository of Experimental Data for Evaluation of Smartphone Indoor Localization Apps", July, 2016. (2nd KuVS Expert Talk on Localization)

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Lemic, F. "Poster: Localization as a Feature of mmWave Communication", in Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC) Summer 2016 Retreat, Napa, California, USA, May, 2016.

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Menzel, T., Karowski, N., Happ, D., Handziski, V. and Wolisz, A. "Social Sensor Cloud: An Architecture Meeting Cloud-centric IoT Platform Requirements", April, 2014. (9th KuVS NGSDP Expert Talk - 9. KuVS Fachgespräch on Next Generation Service Delivery Platforms)

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Köpke, A., Karl, H. and Wolisz, A. "Consensus in WSN – Identifying critical protocol mechanisms", in GI/ITG Fachgespräch Drahtlose Sensornetze, 2004.

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Drytkiewicz, W., Sroka, S., Handziski, V., Köpke, A. and Karl, H. "A Mobility Framework for OMNeT++", 2003.

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Karl, H. "Relaying in Wireless Access Networks –- A Capacity and Energy-Efficiency Perspective", in Proc. Wireless World Research Forum Kickoff Meeting (WWRF), 2001.

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Other Technical Reports

Multi-Channel Opportunistic Routing
Citation key zubow07multi_channel_opportunistic
Author Zubow, Anatolij and Kurth, Mathias and Redlich, Jens-Peter
Title of Book European Wireless Conference Multi-Channel Opportunistic Routing
Year 2007
Location Paris
Abstract We propose and investigate Multi-Channel Extremely Opportunistic Routing (MCExOR) which is a protocol that extends Extremely Opportunistic Routing by utilizing multiple RF channels in multi-hop wireless networks. Large numbers of transmissions per end-to-end delivery combined with interference are the main reasons for the low capacity of wireless multi-hop networks. MCExOR reduces the overall number of transmissions in wireless multi-hop networks by opportunistically skipping nodes in a packet's forwarding path. The use of multiple non overlapping RF channels contributes to the reduction of overall interference. In contrast to other approaches MCExOR only needs one RF transceiver per device. We present algorithms for packet forwarding and show with the help of simulations that MCExOR outperforms traditional protocols like ad-hoc ondemand distance vector routing through the simultaneous use of multiple RF channels. In combination with realistic radio propagation models a further increase in the throughput is observed due to the opportunistic feature of MCExOR. With the increasing number of RF channels the overall throughput increases superproportionally. MCExOR with 2 RF channels surpasses AODV by an average of 140\%. Unlike other multi channel approaches even a single packet flow can benefit from the existence of multiple channels. Finally, MCExOR is more robust than traditional protocols since it offers a higher endto- end packet delivery.
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Talks at Workshops Seminars

Wolisz, A., Crowford, J. and Sathiaseelan, A. "Towards an Affordable Internet Access for Everyone", in Dagstuhl Reports, vol. 4, March, 2015.

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Rodríguez Aliberas, M. "Mental Stress Detection Using Multimodal Sensing in a Wireless Body Area Network", Postersession of GI Informatiktage 2012, May, 2012.

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Swigulski, M., Wessel, K. and Willkomm, D. "MiXiM Simulating Wireless Networks in OMNeT++", September, 2009.

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Hoene, C. "VoIP on WLAN", September, 2004.

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Kubisch, M., Karl, H., Wolisz, A., Radusch, I., Steglich, S. and Popescu-Zeletin, R. "Energy-Efficient Networking for Wireless Sensor Networks –- Contributions of the AVM Project", October, 2003.

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Tutorials

Bayhan, S. and Gur, G. "Machine Learning for Spectrum Sharing in Wireless Networks", in 12th EAI International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks(CROWNCOM), September, 2017.

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DaSilva, L. A., Chwalisz, M., Liu, W. and Bekan, A. "Hands-on experimentation with cognitive radio enabled systems", pp. 1–2, December, 2015.

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Wolisz, A. "Wireless LANs", June, 1997.

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Wolisz, A. "Wireless Local Area Networks", 1996. (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Cooperation with IEEE Switzerland and SIA, Lausanne)

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