Research Topics ideas of Networking and Telecommunications

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Topic ideas of Networking and Telecommunications for MS, or Ph.D. Degree

1. Measures of Reliability Improvement of Clock Synchronization in Time Sensitive Networking
2. Research on Pending Interest Table of Named Data Networking Supporting Interest Flooding Attack Detection
3. Mining constant information for readable test data generation
4. Middlebox selection optimization via an intelligent framework in software-defined networking
5. Issues in Home Networking
6. Fusion of blockchain and artificial intelligence for secure drone networking underlying 5G communications
7. C-band single photons from a trapped ion via two-stage frequency conversion
8. Setting Up Ad Hoc Computing as a Service in Mobile Ad Hoc Cloud Computing Environment
9. Augmented reality is eating the real-world! The substitution of physical products by holograms
10. Educational Escape Rooms as an Active Learning Tool for Teaching Telecommunications Engineering
11. DATA CENTER TELECOMMUNICATIONS CABLING AND TIA STANDARDS
12. BL-Hybrid: A graph-theoretic approach to improving software-defined networking-based data center network performance
13. Diversity-improved caching of popular transient contents in Vehicular Named Data Networking
14. Anomalous role of information diffusion in epidemic spreading
15. A platform ecosystem view of servitization in manufacturing
16. Performance Evaluation of the DTM Fast Circuit Switched Networking Technology
17. Cascaded wlan-fwa networking and computing architecture for pervasive in-home healthcare
18. The technology we choose to create: Human rights advocacy in the Internet Engineering Task Force
19. Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty and Switching Behaviour: A Conceptual Model of Mobile Telecommunications Consumers
20. Advancements in Radiographic Evaluation Through the Migration into NDE 4.0
21. Lead management optimization using data mining: A case in the telecommunications sector
22. On the performance of chaotic interleaver for turbo codes
23. 5G: A new future for Mobile Network Operators, or not?
24. Federated machine learning: Survey, multi-level classification, desirable criteria and future directions in communication and networking systems
25. A Simulator for Micro Programming and Hardware Simulation Integrated in a Computer Hardware Project
26. Broadband for remote and rural communities
27. Cross-layer unequal error protection using 64-HQAM and RCPT codes for robust image communication
28. Chinese telecommunications companies in Ethiopia: The influences of host government intervention and inter-firm competition
29. The architecture of computer hardware, systems software, and networking: An information technology approach
30. The Origin and Evolution of Open Programmable Networks and SDN
31. Telepathology and the networking of pathology diagnostic services.
32. … Telecommunications Signalling Architectures for Contemporary and Future Broadband Intelligent Networks: S-72. 205 Seminar on Telecommunications …
33. An architecture for active networking
34. Open issues in router buffer sizing
35. Application and Analysis of Home Networking Technology [J]
36. Telecommunications’ big idea
37. Method of low-voltage PLC networking [J]
38. Queuing theory and telecommunications
39. Using A Cutting The Cake Peer Assessment Method In A Leadership In Information Networking and Telecommunications Course
40. MEMS technology for optical networking applications
41. Encyclopedia of multimedia technology and networking
42. Networking and telecommunications for information systems: an introduction to information networking
43. Teaching Tip: Telecommunications and Data Networking Course: Balancing Theory and Practice
44. The rural economic development implications of telecommunications: Evidence from Pennsylvania
45. Convergence of telecommunications and computing on networking models for integrated services and applications
46. Telecommunications and the city: Electronic spaces, urban places
47. A telecommunications quality study using the analytic hierarchy process
48. Long Term Resource Allocation in Video Delivery Systems Kevin C. Alneroth (contact author) Networking and Telecommunications Group Georgia Institute of …
49. Mobile ad hoc networking
50. Applications of” human factors” in wireless telecommunications service delivery
51. Electronic democracy and the civic networking movement in context
52. Using telecommunications to meet the staff development and networking needs of educators of the gifted in small or rural school districts
53. Satellite networking: principles and protocols
54. A History of Computer Networking Technology
55. Towards knowledge networking
56. An initial assessment of cooperative action in Wi-Fi networking
57. Four models of educational telecommunications: Connections to the future
58. Telecommunications networking of weather data for use in agricultural systems
59. Telecommunications and K-12 educators: Findings from a national survey.
60. Innovative algorithms and techniques in automation, industrial electronics and telecommunications
61. Telecommunications: A Primer for Librarians.
62. Concepts: Broadening the definition of distance education in light of the new telecommunications technologies
63. The future of telecommunications industries
64. Telepresence & bio art: networking humans, rabbits, & robots
65. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networking
66. Practical telecommunications and wireless communications: for business and industry
67. International telecommunications
68. Wireless networking in the developing world: a practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure; [Arabic version]
69. International private telecommunications networking
70. The building of knowledge spaces in Mexico: a regional approach to networking
71. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networking
72. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networking
73. Establishing a telecommunications and networking technology BS degree
74. Influences on Student Performance in a University Networks and Telecommunications Course
75. Gender difference in social networking on smartphones: A case study of Korean college student smartphone users
76. TINA–Architectural basis for future telecommunications services
77. Networking China: The Digital Transformation of the Chinese Economy Yu Hong Urbana, Chicago and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2017 225 pp. $28.00 …
78. Telecommunications infrastructure and economic development: A simultaneous approach
79. Principles and applications of swarm intelligence for adaptive routing in telecommunications networks
80. Quality of service provision assessment in the healthcare information and telecommunications infrastructures
81. The feature and service interaction problem in telecommunications systems: A survey
82. The impact of network convergence on telecommunications software
83. The Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications: Volume 10-Introduction to Computer Networking to Methods for Usability Engineering in Equipment …
84. Computing for rural empowerment: enabled by last-mile telecommunications
85. Regional Cluster Analysis in the Mexican Telecommunications Sector. Impact of Economies of Agglomeration, Clusters and networking in medium-sized …
86. Learning basic concepts of telecommunications: An experiment in multimedia and learning
87. Encyclopedia of networking and telecommunications
88. Optical Fiber Telecommunications
89. CDMA: principles of spread spectrum communication
90. Data and telecommunications: systems and applications
91. China’s telecommunications revolution
92. Attack taxonomies for the Modbus protocols
93. LTE for vehicular networking: a survey
94. Rivalry through alliances:: Competitive strategy in the global telecommunications market
95. International telecommunications service management
96. Building electronic communities: Success and failure in computer networking
97. Telecommunications and the development of Europe’s less-favoured regions
98. Telecommunications and the reconstruction of regional comparative advantage
99. Columbia university’s informatics for diabetes education and telemedicine (IDEATel) project: technical implementation
100. A design approach for server power supplies for networking applications
101. A survey on bio-inspired networking
102. Telecommunications network equilibrium with price and quality-of-service characteristics
103. Managing capacity for telecommunications networks under uncertainty
104. Telecommunications: Avoiding the Black Hole.
105. Optimal pricing for multiple services in telecommunications networks offering quality-of-service guarantees
106. AuthFlow: authentication and access control mechanism for software defined networking
107. From teleworking to networking: definitions and trends
108. Forensic analysis of social networking applications on mobile devices
109. LTE networking: extending the reach for sensors in mHealth applications
110. The convergence of telecommunications and computing: What are the implications today?
111. A fast hardware data compression algorithm and some algorithmic extensions
112. PERMIT: Network slicing for personalized 5G mobile telecommunications
113. Graph domination, coloring and cliques in telecommunications
114. Telecommunications and computer networks
115. Networking as a means to strategy change: the case of open innovation in mobile telephony
116. The stock market and innovative capability in the new economy: the optical networking industry
117. Innovation regimes, R&D and radical innovations in telecommunications
118. Networking & telecommunications.”
119. Intelligent agents: An emerging technology for next generation telecommunications?
120. Using electronic networking for assessment
121. Gigabit networking
122. Database usage in telecommunications through CORBA
123. The alliance experience transfer effect: The case of industry convergence in the telecommunications equipment industry
124. Telecommunications is here and now
125. Proceedings of EIE’s 2nd International Conference on Computing, Energy, Networking, Robotics and Telecommunications
126. Wiring the country: local telecommunications and Australian rural communities
127. Computer and telecommunications equipment room cooling: a review of literature
128. TeleMIP: telecommunications-enhanced mobile IP architecture for fast intradomain mobility
129. MONET: Multiwavelength optical networking
130. Competition in networking: Research results and implications for further reform
131. Data communications & networking (sie)
132. Telecommunications Networking for vocational Evaluators: An Innovative Approach to Accessing Evaluation Resources
133. e-Business and Telecommunications
134. Health-oriented telecommunications
135. The essential guide to telecommunications
136. Telemedicine: A guide to assessing telecommunications for health care
137. Trends in Telecommunications and Networking in Secure E-Commerce Applications
138. Open network control: towards an integrated telecommunications future
139. Networking in mobile societies
140. Computer networking: A top-down approach featuring the internet, 3/E
141. MPLS and the Evolution of the IP Networking Mode [J]
142. Networking fundamentals: Wide, local and personal area communications
143. Curriculum of a Telecommunications Study Program—A Matter of Trends?
144. Telecommunications, Networking, and Internet Glossary
145. Wireless communications & networking
146. Content networking: architecture, protocols, and practice
147. Convergence of traditional telephony, enhanced telecommunications, private data networking, and the internet into hypercommunications: implications of the …
148. Joint altitude, power control, and bandwidth allocation optimization for unmanned aerial vehicle-enabled reliable communications
149. Mobile telecommunications protocols for data networks
150. UPT, a new dimension in telecommunications provided by IN
151. Steps toward a national research telecommunications network
152. An architecture for software defined wireless networking
153. Network function virtualization: through the looking-glass
154. Opportunities and challenges for optical wireless: the competitive advantage of free space telecommunications links in today’s crowded marketplace
155. Dynamic switch migration method based on QoE-aware priority marking for intent-based networking
156. Handbook of optimization in telecommunications
157. Wireless communication technologies for ITS applications [Topics in Automotive Networking]
158. Home Area Networking: The Impact of Wideband Telecommunications at Work and Play
159. Big data caching for networking: Moving from cloud to edge
160. Mobile ad hoc networking: cutting edge directions
161. Boom and gloom in the global telecommunications industry
162. Telecommunications demand in theory and practice
163. The suitability of OFDM as a modulation technique for wireless telecommunications, with a CDMA comparison.
164. Content-centric wireless networking: A survey
165. Telecommunications and the classroom: Where we’ve been and where we should be going
166. Choosing a Telecommunications Curriculum for Electrical Engineering Technology
167. Regulatory reform and performance in telecommunications: unrealized potential in the MENA countries
168. Investigation of Networking Solutions in WiMAX System [J]
169. Mobile edge computing—A key technology towards 5G
170. Planning cybercities? Integrating telecommunications into urban planning
171. Augmented urban spaces: articulating the physical and electronic city
172. New concept and hierarchy for telecommunications standards
173. Introduction to Telecommunications
174. Rain rate estimation using measurements from commercial telecommunications links
175. The role of networking alliances in information acquisition and its implications for new product performance
176. Externalities and complementarities in telecommunications dynamics
177. Information-centric networking for connected vehicles: a survey and future perspectives
178. Computing for Rural Empowerment: Enabled by Last-Mile Telecommunications (Extended Version)
179. Telecommunications and Networking—ICT 2004: 11th International Conference on Telecommunications Fortaleza, Brazil, August 1–6, 2004 Proceedings
180. An integrated aerial telecommunications network that supports emergency traffic
181. Information-centric networking for the internet of things: challenges and opportunities
182. Partner substitutability, alliance network structure, and firm profitability in the telecommunications industry
183. Protocols versus objects: can models for telecommunications and distributed processing coexist?
184. A view of telecommunications network evolution
185. The future of computer telecommunications integration
186. The IEEE P1520 standards initiative for programmable network interfaces
187. Self-similar processes in telecommunications
188. Evaluating the first US consensus conference: the impact of the citizens’ panel on telecommunications and the future of democracy
189. Software-defined networking: Challenges and research opportunities for future internet
190. Closing the digital divide in Papua New Guinea: A proposal for a national telecommunications model
191. Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN); NGN Functional Architecture
192. A survey on software-defined networking
193. Handbook of peer-to-peer networking
194. From rural village to global village: Telecommunications for development in the information age
195. Single Mode Fiber Optic Transceiver Using Short Wavelength Active Devices In Long Wavelength Fiber
196. Arctic Telecommunications and Networking-Broadband for a Connected Arctic: Case for a UArctic Thematic Network
197. Global grids of glass: on global cities, telecommunications and planetary urban networks
198. Selecting telecommunications technologies for intelligent transport system services in helsinki municipality
199. TS-3GA-29.527 (Rel8) v8. 2.0 Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN); Endorsement of the SIP …
200. A Classroom Case Study: Achieving exceptional student performance in networking and telecommunications courses by importing industry engineering …
201. Energy-efficient joint power control and resource allocation for cluster-based NB-IoT cellular networks
202. A manager’s guide to protocols for local networking.
203. Mobile telecommunications networking with IS-41
204. Optical fibers for optical networking
205. The international telecommunications regime: the political roots of regimes for high technology
206. Telecommunications regulation handbook
207. Rodain: A real-time object-oriented database system for telecommunications
208. The impact of forensic computing on telecommunications
209. Communications policy and the public interest: The Telecommunications Act of 1996
210. Vehicular networking: A survey and tutorial on requirements, architectures, challenges, standards and solutions
211. Network virtualization and software defined networking for cloud computing: a survey
212. Synchronous Frequency Encoding Technique For B-LSDN Circuit Emulation
213. Exploration on networking of PTN in metropolitan transport network
214. Networks, distance, and trust: Telecommunications development and changing trading practices in Ghana
215. Cooperative caching strategy based on correlation probability in Information Centric Networking
216. Networking the world, 1794-2000
217. Networking Application of PSTN and Soft Switch System [J]
218. Cognitive radio networking and security: A game-theoretic view
219. Relationship marketing through social networking sites (with reference to mobile telecommunications)
220. Fundamentals of WiMAX: understanding broadband wireless networking
221. Managing intellectual capital in Nigerian telecommunications companies
222. A new algorithm on application of blockchain technology in live stream video transmissions and telecommunications
223. Applications, challenges, and prospective in emerging body area networking technologies
224. Designing green networks with reduced carbon footprints.
225. A textbook on ATM telecommunications: Principles and implementation
226. Physical place and cyberplace: The rise of personalized networking
227. Smart business networks
228. Networking and innovation: a systematic review of the evidence
229. Economic growth and the development of telecommunications infrastructure in the G-20 countries: A panel-VAR approach
230. Coordinating technology: Studies in the international standardization of telecommunications
231. QKD in standard optical telecommunications networks
232. Federal telecommunications law
233. Location-dependent sensing data collection and processing mechanism in vehicular network
234. Renewing US telecommunications research
235. The economic impact of telecommunications on rural livelihoods and poverty reduction: a study of rural communities in India (Gujarat), Mozambique and …
236. Information and telecommunications project for a digital city: A brazilian case study
237. Vehicular networking
238. Developing a management information systems (MIS) curriculum: Perspectives from MIS practitioners
239. Survey on services-oriented networking in future internet
240. Making the Net work: the influence of networking on black women executives’ leadership in the telecommunications industry
241. Essentials of modern telecommunications systems
242. Information science techniques for investigating research areas: a case study in telecommunications policy
243. The coming of age of telecommunications in psychological research and practice.
244. Networking the deaf nation
245. Next generation telecommunications networks, services, and management
246. Price regulation of access to telecommunications networks
247. Number Portability: A Networking Perspective, Telecommunications Magazine
248. Traditional Transmission Media for Networking and Telecommunications
249. Networking and telecommunications research group gprt
250. Networking and Telecommunications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
251. A survey on content-oriented networking for efficient content delivery
252. Wireless communications and networking: an overview
253. Telecommunications and the future of London
254. Digital highways: the new telecommunications era
255. Business and technology strategies and new venture performance: A study of the telecommunications equipment industry
256. Cost comparison of fiber to the home topologies
257. Change Agent Innovativeness: Community Economic Development Directors’ Attitudes toward Telecommunications
258. 5 G wireless telecommunications expansion: Public health and environmental implications
259. Modeling and analysis of telecommunications networks
260. Telecommunications for smart grid: Backhaul solutions for the distribution network
261. Telecommunications technology handbook
262. TITLE Challenges and Opportunities of Information Technology in the 90s. Track V: Managing Telecommunications and Networking. INSTITUTION CAUSE, Boulder …
263. The Need for the Development of Graduate Schools of Telecommunications
264. Delay-tolerant networking: an approach to interplanetary internet
265. High altitude platforms for disaster recovery: capabilities, strategies, and techniques for emergency telecommunications
266. An engineering approach to computer networking: ATM networks, the Internet, and the telephone network
267. Why people use social networking sites: An empirical study integrating network externalities and motivation theory
268. Software-defined networking: A comprehensive survey
269. Networking cities: telematics in urban policy—a critical review
270. China in the information age: Telecommunications and the dilemmas of reform
271. Telecommunications and the changing geographies of knowledge transmission in the late 20th century
272. Data mining in the telecommunications industry
273. Digital advanced TV for broadband networks
274. Web 2.0 and Internet social networking: a new tool for disaster management?-Lessons from Taiwan
275. Strategy and business model design in dynamic telecommunications industries: A study on Italian mobile network operators
276. Social networking as an alternative environment for education.
277. A survey of green information-centric networking: Research issues and challenges
278. Networking Issues for Mobile Computing
279. Information technology in business processes
280. Place: The networking of public space
281. Rural women, development, and telecommunications: a pilot programme in South Africa
282. The impact of technology evolution on the future of telecommunications energy management
283. Cooperative learning through telecommunications
284. Efficiency-fairness tradeoff in telecommunications networks
285. Structured peer-to-peer systems for telecommunications and mobile environments
286. CRC handbook of modern telecommunications
287. Impediments to customer integration into the innovation process: A case study in the telecommunications industry
288. Next century challenges: data-centric networking for invisible computing: the Portolano project at the University of Washington
289. The network of networks: Localized technological change in telecommunications and productivity growth
290. Telecommunications and Education: Surfing and the Art of Change. An Institute for the Transfer of Technology to Education (ITTE) Technology Leadership …
291. A framework for telecommunications operations systems
292. VANET: vehicular applications and inter-networking technologies
293. Iris: an architecture for cognitive radio networking testbeds
294. E-Business and Telecommunications: 12th International Joint Conference, ICETE 2015, Colmar, France, July 20–22, 2015, Revised Selected Papers
295. Economic Design Rules for Fiber Systems to Residential Subscribers
296. Disabled e-nation: telecommunications, disability, and national policy
297. Examining influencing factors of post-adoption usage of mobile internet: Focus on the user perception of supplier-side attributes
298. Visible light communications for 5G wireless networking systems: from fixed to mobile communications
299. Home networking with IEEE 802.15. 4: a developing standard for low-rate wireless personal area networks
300. The CRM imperative—Practice vs theory in the telecommunications industry
301. Art and Telecommunications: 10 Years On
302. Collective learning processes, networking and ‘institutional thickness’ in the Cambridge region
303. Network governance in Malaysia’s telecommunications industry
304. Conversion of a New Zealand 30-metre telecommunications antenna into a radio telescope
305. Implementing software defined networking
306. An emerging paradigm or just another trajectory? Understanding the nature of technological changes using engineering heuristics in the telecommunications …
307. A survey of communication/networking in smart grids
308. Being immersed in social networking environment: Facebook groups, uses and gratifications, and social outcomes
309. Standardization of cognitive radio networking: a comprehensive survey
310. Opening up telecommunications to competition and MENA integration in the world economy
311. Mobile commerce: framework, applications and networking support
312. Telecommunications: Design considerations in selecting teleconferencing for instruction
313. Information resources: A nation’s stake in telecommunications
314. Distributed Processing Environment: A Platform for Distributed Telecommunications Applications
315. Technologies without boundaries: On telecommunications in a global age
316. Telecommunications and the future of cities: debunking the myths
317. Networking and Telecommunications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
318. McGraw-Hill “Encyclopedia of Networking and Telecommunications”
319. Scalable Delivery of Web Pages Using Cyclic Best-Effort (UDP) Multicast, Networking and Telecommunications Group Georgia Institute of Technology …
320. Empirical case study of binary options trading: An interdisciplinary application of telecommunications methodology to financial economics
321. Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN); Security Design Guide; Method and proforma for …
322. Towards 5G: Scenario-based assessment of the future supply and demand for mobile telecommunications infrastructure
323. The company they keep: Founders’ models for organizing new firms
324. Agent-oriented technology for telecommunications: introduction
325. Telecommunications: challenges & transformation [Technology Leaders Forum]
326. Telecourses: A historical overview of telecommunications in the health care industry
327. Cloud computing and telecommunications: Business opportunities, technologies and experimental setup
328. Guide to telecommunications technology
329. The structure of policy networks: A comparison of the ‘chemicals control’and ‘telecommunications’ policy domains in Germany
330. Future trends and perspectives in information networking: Towards global broadband networks and services
331. The territoriality of pan-European telecommunications backbone networks
332. Technological networking and innovation implementation
333. Subscription fraud prevention in telecommunications using fuzzy rules and neural networks
334. Corporate governance in the deregulated telecommunications industry: lessons from the airline industry
335. Closing the digital divide: education telecommunications systems and possibilities in Western Australia.
336. Opening the digital door: Computer networking in China
337. A survey of information-centric networking research
338. Mobile cellular technology forecast for the Indonesian telecommunications industry
339. Media, telecommunications, and business strategy
340. A Comprehensive Telecommunications Degree for Engineering Technology
341. Multicast communication: Protocols, programming, & applications
342. Disaster-resilient networking: a new vision based on movable and deployable resource units
343. Analysing the evolution of industry: the relevance of the telecommunications industry
344. Energy-efficiency in telecommunications networks: Link-by-link versus end-to-end grooming
345. Concept Maps as an Alternative Technique for Assessing Students’ Understanding of Telecommunications.
346. Quality of service (QoS) in software defined networking (SDN): A survey
347. Handbook of algorithms for wireless networking and mobile computing
348. Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN); Incorporating Universal Communications Identifier …
349. The Telecommunications Handbook: Engineering guidelines for fixed, mobile and satellite systems
350. E-learning and social networking handbook: Resources for higher education
351. Quantum networking
352. Fiber-optic transmission and networking: the previous 20 and the next 20 years
353. Telecommunications reform, Internet use and mobile phone adoption in the developing world
354. Technical competency needs assessment for the telecommunications professional
355. Broadband telecommunications and regional development
356. Psychological risk factors of addiction to social networking sites among Chinese smartphone users
357. Grieving for a lost network: collective action in a wired suburb special issue: ICTs and community networking
358. Machine learning for networking: Workflow, advances and opportunities
359. Telecommunications Courses in Information Systems Programs
360. Application Research of Deep Convolutional Neural Network in Computer Vision
361. The cost structure of Australian telecommunications
362. A decision support system for telemedicine through the mobile telecommunications platform
363. The failure of good intentions: The WorldCom fraud and the collapse of American telecommunications after deregulation
364. Artificial intelligence applications in the telecommunications industry
365. Internet-based mobile ad hoc networking
366. Software-defined inter-networking: Enabling coordinated QoS control across the Internet
367. Securing telecommunications infrastructure against cyber attacks
368. Vehicular cloud networking: architecture and design principles
369. Governing telecommunications and the new information society in Europe
370. A survey of green networking research
371. The Effect Of Transmitter Wavelength Variations In Spectrally Sliced Optical Transmission Systems.
372. Single-and multi-carrier DS-CDMA: multi-user detection, space-time spreading, synchronisation, standards and networking
373. Telecommunications technology and Native Americans: Opportunities and challenges
374. A cross-national investigation of the satisfaction and loyalty linkage for mobile telecommunications services across eight countries
375. Developing internationalization capability through industry groups: the experience of a telecommunications joint action group
376. Changing a standard telecommunications laboratory to a same-time-different-place virtual laboratory format: Techniques utilized and lessons learned
377. Telecommunications over the power distribution grid–possibilities and limitations
378. … presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Engineering in Telecommunications and Networking, Massey University, Wellington …
379. Social networks and telecommunications
380. The political economy of privatization and competition: cross-country evidence from the telecommunications sector
381. The development of female global managers: The role of mentoring and networking
382. Innovative New Program in Telecommunications Engineering Technology
383. Enhancing content-centric networking for vehicular environments
384. Optical networking: past, present, and future
385. An overview of the telecommunications information networking architecture
386. Time and wavelength division optical distribution system using acoustooptic tunable filter
387. Mobile cloud networking: Virtualisation of cellular networks
388. A review of social networking service (SNS) research in communication journals from 2006 to 2011
389. Integer programming for telecommunications
390. QoS: measurement and evaluation of telecommunications quality of service
391. Progress in telecommunications services and management
392. Exploring the use of electronic messaging infrastructure: the case of a telecommunications firm
393. Wireless ad hoc networking: the art of networking without a network
394. Cognitive radio networking and communications: An overview
395. Line terminal circuit module design for fiber optic digital subscriber loops
396. The beginning of a new discipline: Undergraduate telecommunications Programs in the USA
397. CORBA access to telecommunications databases
398. Government investment in telecommunications infrastructure
399. Communication networking: an analytical approach
400. RAMO: management network for telecommunications environment equipment
401. The changing economic role of telecommunications.
402. A connection-oriented telecommunications disaster management model using mobile GIS
403. Chapter 7: Telecommunications and teacher education: A social constructivist review
404. Exploring the options for distributed and point of load power in telecomm and network applications
405. Telecommunications: Present and Future
406. The role of voice processing in telecommunications
407. The new reality of international telecommunications strategy
408. Assessing the Impact of User Interface Abstraction on Online Telecommunications Course Laboratories
409. Telecommunications demand forecasting—a review
410. Overview of networking protocols for underwater wireless communications
411. Opportunities for ai/ml in telecommunications networks
412. Fiber in the Local Loop: The Role of Electric Utilities
413. Trans-European corporate networks: the rise of carrier-based telecommunications outsourcing
414. Origins of Cyberspace: A Library History of Computing, Networking, And Telecommunications [Book Review]
415. Beyond access: Psychosocial barriers to computer literacy special issue: ICTs and community networking
416. Interoperability in a Multiple-Provider Telecommunications Environment
417. Consistency, availability, and partition tolerance in blockchain: a survey on the consensus mechanism over peer-to-peer networking
418. MetaComm: A meta-directory for telecommunications
419. Information-centric networking and multimedia services: present and future challenges
420. Issues and trends concerning electronic networking technologies for teacher professional development: A critical review of the literature
421. Protest and the scale politics of telecommunications
422. NetVM: High performance and flexible networking using virtualization on commodity platforms
423. Third-generation systems and intelligent wireless networking: smart antennas and adaptive modulation
424. The development of university spin-offs: early dynamics of technology transfer and networking
425. Challenge and Implementation of Content-Centric Networking
426. Globalisation, networking, urbanisation: Reflections on the spatial dynamics of the information age
427. The Impact of Structure and Competition on Employment in Telecommunications Cluster. Case Finland
428. A survey on web services in telecommunications
429. Quantum internet: networking challenges in distributed quantum computing
430. Telecommunications regulation handbook
431. Integrating social networking tools into ESL writing classroom: Strengths and weaknesses.
432. Global supply chain management in the telecommunications industry: the role of information technology in integration of supply chain entities
433. Employing latent dirichlet allocation for fraud detection in telecommunications
434. Innovation and networking in peripheral areas—a case study of emergence and change in rural manufacturing
435. Energy consumption by office and telecommunications equipment in commercial buildings volume I: energy consumption baseline
436. Telecommunications regulation: culture, chaos and interdependence inside the regulatory process
437. Critical Analysis of Telecommunications Regulatory Governance in Malawi
438. Termite: Ad-hoc networking with stigmergy
439. Identifying the use of online social networking in higher education
440. Cloud computing in telecommunications
441. New media and democracy: The civic networking movement
442. A survey of machine learning techniques applied to software defined networking (SDN): Research issues and challenges
443. The Cable and Telecommunications Professionals’ Reference: PSTN, IP and cellular networks, and mathematical techniques
444. Introduction to the special issue on emergency telecommunications via satellites
445. Information technology investment evaluation: investments in telecommunication infrastructure
446. The Ngaanyatjarra Lands telecommunications project: A quest for broadband in the Western desert
447. Engineering Building And Campus Networks For Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI)
448. Worldwide energy needs for ICT: The rise of power-aware networking
449. A survey on IEEE 802.11 ah: An enabling networking technology for smart cities
450. Software defined networking: State of the art and research challenges
451. Component tradeoffs for optical fiber loops
452. Wireless Internet Telecommunications
453. An Interactive Telecommunications Degree with Vision for The Future
454. Analysis of the performance of IEEE 802.15. 4 for medical sensor body area networking
455. Telecommunications in the 21st Century
456. The digital hand: Volume II: How computers changed the work of American financial, telecommunications, media, and entertainment industries
457. Valuation of mergers and acquisitions in the telecommunications industry: a study on diversification and firm size
458. Mobile technologies: From telecommunications to media
459. … : INTEGRATED CURRICULUM AND LABORATORY DEVELOPMENT OF AN UNDERGRADUATE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKING …
460. Articulation of industrial R&D with higher education in the telecommunications sector in South Africa
461. Software-defined networking: A survey
462. The impact of computer networking on community: A social network analysis approach
463. Mobile service agents enabling” intelligence on demand” in telecommunications
464. Kronecker product-based codebook design and optimisation for correlated 3D channels
465. Revenue maximization for telecommunications company with social viral marketing
466. Applicability of software defined networking in industrial ethernet
467. Reliability issues in telecommunications network planning
468. Coaching Educators to Use Telecommunications: Lessons Learned from a Statewide Telecommunications Education Training Project
469. Telecommunications Technology and Education: What Have We Learned from Research and Experience?.
470. Distributed object platforms in telecommunications: a comparison between DCOM and CORBA
471. Piconet: Embedded mobile networking
472. Assessing customer retention strategies in mobile telecommunications
473. Physical simulation environment of the telecommunications infrastructure project (TIP)
474. Tapping into the world: computer telecommunications networks and schools
475. Telecommunications services engineering: Principles, architectures and tools
476. Home Networking Based on IPv6 [J]
477. SOCIAL-DTN: Why social networking services is more fruitful to mobile delay-tolerant networks?
478. IP for 3G networking technologies for mobile communications
479. Weaponizing Femtocells: The Effect of Rogue Devices on Mobile Telecommunications.
480. From kinship to link-up: Cell phones and social networking in Jamaica
481. The future of telecommunications
482. Disaster management and mitigation: the telecommunications infrastructure
483. Localized sources of knowledge and the effect of knowledge spillovers: an empirical study of inventors in the telecommunications industry
484. Fiber Optic Telecommunications Technology and Systems–A Two-Course Sequence for a Telecommunications Engineering Technology MS Program
485. Global telecommunications rules: The race with technology
486. The influence of extro/introversion on the intention to pay for social networking sites
487. Telecommunications reform in developing countries after the WTO agreement on basic telecommunications services
488. Cooperative relay techniques for cognitive radio systems: Spectrum sensing and secondary user transmissions
489. Networking protocols and standards for internet of things
490. Ad hoc networking via named data
491. Networking by entrepreneurs: Patterns of tie—formation in emerging organizations
492. How do Privatization and Competition impact China Telecommunications Performances?
493. Optical networks for telecommunications
494. When telecommunications networks meet energy grids: cellular networks with energy harvesting and trading capabilities
495. Heterogeneous vehicular networking: A survey on architecture, challenges, and solutions
496. Zigbee wireless networking
497. Social networking sites–a critical analysis of its impact on personal and social life
498. Interorganizational networking patterns among development organizations
499. Application of mixed communications based on EPON and PLC in distribution automation system
500. The importance of computer experience, learning processes, and communication patterns in multicultural networking
501. Remote programming of cochlear implants: a telecommunications model
502. A Graduate Degree Program In Telecommunications Systems Engineering
503. Future networking technology of SDN
504. A case study of three teachers in the Kentucky Telecommunications Writing Project
505. A testbed for trusted telecommunications systems in a safety critical environment
506. Competition in wireless telecommunications
507. Telecommunications cost management
508. Technological advances in telecommunications for mines
509. 282 001:” Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
510. The future of MEMS in telecommunications networks
511. 10 Gb/s hetsnets with millimeter-wave communications: access and networking-challenges and protocols
512. The controller placement problem in software defined networking: A survey
513. Foundations of modern networking: SDN, NFV, QoE, IoT, and Cloud
514. Electronic commerce and the future for SMEs in a global market-place: Networking and public policies
515. Communication and networking of UAV-based systems: Classification and associated architectures
516. Telecommunications networks and protocols for the USAVRE
517. Innovation in the telecommunications industry
518. Impacts on Networking and Telecommunications
519. The Virtual Internet and Telecommunications Laboratory of Switzerland
520. Technologies of Intelligent Edge Computing and Networking
521. Telecommunications in transition-moving ahead: world telecommunications congress 2002
522. Fiber To The Subscriber: Look At Narrowband Services First
523. The 2009 Mars telecommunications orbiter
524. Optical networking for quantum key distribution and quantum communications
525. A survey and a layered taxonomy of software-defined networking
526. Power line telecommunications option in rural KwaZulu-Natal
527. Forecasting in telecommunications and ICT—A review
528. Expert Systems in Telecommunications Network Planning and Design
529. A Reference Model for Conceptualising the Convergence of Telecommunications and Datacommunications Service Platforms
530. Municipal electric utilities’ role in telecommunications services
531. Investigating Digital Marketing Technologies Usage Extent In The Nigerian Telecommunications Industry: A Study from the Consumers Perspective
532. Jun-Liang (State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications, Beijing 100876); Genetic …
533. Networking model and traffic analysis for integrating ad hoc and LEO satellite terminals
534. Creating dominance in converging industries: Case data networking and telecommunications equipment industries
535. The evolving role of telecommunications switching
536. Why has a Korean telecommunications technology failed: A case study on WiBro
537. Innovation in the telecommunications industry
538. Networking: Communicating with bodies and machines in the nineteenth century
539. Developing information networking further: From PSIRP to PURSUIT
540. The impact of optical amplifiers on long-distance lightwave telecommunications
541. An analysis of the latin american wireless telecommunications market portfolios of telefonica and america movil
542. Light fidelity (Li-Fi): towards all-optical networking
543. A probabilistic approach to fraud detection in telecommunications
544. Design of thin-film interference filters for telecommunications applications
545. Application of SONET in a Local Loop Environment
546. Software-defined networking for internet of things: A survey
547. Telecommunications convergence: bridging the gap between technologies and services
548. The implementation of advanced telecommunications and services in the Greek academic and research environment: main issues and results
549. Computer networking with Internet protocols and technology
550. Image Transmission Over Fiber
551. EMERGING TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES
552. Networking and telecommunications signalling architectures for contemporary and future broadband intelligent networks
553. Multi-UAV-aided networks: Aerial-ground cooperative vehicular networking architecture
554. Real-time databases in telecommunications
555. Enabling technologies for effective deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) systems: A communication networking perspective
556. 283 026: Telecommunications and Internet Converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
557. Telecommunications Electronic Reviews, V. 07, No. 05
558. Libraries and telecommunications technologies
559. Advanced Telecommunications and Computer Technologies in Georgia Public Elementary School Library Media Centers.
560. Evolution of the telecommunications industry into the internet age
561. Future Scenarios for Telecommunications Networks
562. Plasmonic distributed feedback lasers at telecommunications wavelengths
563. Requirements for evolving systems: A telecommunications perspective
564. Visual learning tools for teaching/learning computer networks: Cisco networking academy and packet tracer
565. Method study of automatic routing for power line communication
566. Telecommunications: A handbook for educators
567. Technologies for Telecommunications
568. How can edge computing benefit from software-defined networking: A survey, use cases, and future directions
569. Cities in the real-time age: the paradigm challenge of telecommunications to the conception and planning of urban space
570. Group interaction and student questioning patterns in an instructional telecommunications course for teachers
571. Determinants of users’ continuance of social networking sites: A self-regulation perspective
572. Scenario planning as a networking process
573. Applications of voice processing to telecommunications
574. What is the future of telecommunications networking?
575. Work in progress-incorporation of OPNET simulation into a telecommunications systems laboratory course
576. Cooperative communications and networking: technologies and system design
577. Business Intelligence for telecommunications
578. Internationalisation in the telecommunications services industry: Literature review and research agenda
579. Failure-proof Telecommunications Products: Changing Expectations About Networking Reliability with Microkernel RTOS Technology
580. Fiber Connectivity To The Desktop
581. Selection, Design, And Trial Of A Novel Fiber Optic Subscriber Loop System
582. Technical, semantic and organizational issues of enterprise interoperability and networking
583. Business data communications and networking
584. Current High Definition Television Prospectives
585. Medical image communications as an application for broadband ISDN
586. Networking issues for small unmanned aircraft systems
587. A quantification model using P3P in privacy control for telecommunications service management
588. Reference architecture for the telecommunications industry
589. A new networking model for biological applications of ad hoc sensor networks
590. International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems
591. A survey on context-aware mobile and wireless networking: On networking and computing environments’ integration
592. Metropolitan Area Network Standards
593. Convergence in IT and Telecommunications
594. 282 007:“Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
595. Usa
596. Methods of information storage on telecommunications network scheme in consideration of route cost
597. Integration of Internet and telecommunications: An architecture for hybrid services
598. Computer networking and the internet
599. A frame structure reconstruction program between power line networking and Ethernet
600. … 1. X? EXPERIENCES AND ROADMAP ON SOFTWARE DEFINED CONVERGED NETWORKING FROM AN R&D CENTER FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS
601. Using software-defined networking for ransomware mitigation: the case of cryptowall
602. The Internet of Skills: use of fifth-generation telecommunications, haptics and artificial intelligence in robotic surgery
603. Optical Fiber Specifications For Long Term Maintenance
604. Social networking theories and tools to support connectivist learning activities
605. Transnational Media and Telecommunications
606. Wireless mesh networking technology for commercial and industrial customers
607. Employing a data mining approach for identification of mobile opinion leaders and their content usage patterns in large telecommunications datasets
608. Lifetime-based greedy caching approach for content-centric networking
609. On swarm intelligence inspired self-organized networking: its bionic mechanisms, designing principles and optimization approaches
610. Towards characterising and classifying communication-based automotive applications from a wireless networking perspective
611. Software-defined networking using OpenFlow: Protocols, applications and architectural design choices
612. Cloudnaas: a cloud networking platform for enterprise applications
613. The biggest lie on the internet: Ignoring the privacy policies and terms of service policies of social networking services
614. Island Watch: The New Front Line in Torres Strait Island Telecommunications
615. Telecommunications services in China
616. Main trends in the telecommunications market
617. Simplify to grow in telecommunications
618. The relationship between online social networking and depression: A systematic review of quantitative studies
619. Telecommunications service accounting management based on TINA
620. Rural lines of flight: telecommunications and post-metro dreaming
621. A Research on the Key Technologies in Self-organizing Software Radio Networking [J]
622. 282 003:” Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
623. Telecommunications
624. A novel quantized time-domain compressed feedback scheme in coordinated multipoint LTE-advanced systems
625. Telecommunications infrastructure facilitating sustainable development of rural and remote communities in Northern Australia
626. Alice: Telecommunications for education
627. Methodologies for assessing the use-phase power consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of telecommunications network services
628. Guest editorial special issue on computational intelligence in telecommunications networks and internet services-part III
629. Alternative networking architectures: Pricing, policy, and competition
630. Teaching ESP-1st year students of electronics and telecommunications
631. User Modeling in Telecommunications and Internet Industry
632. Formalization of a converged internet and telecommunications service environment
633. Cost analysis of broadband service delivery systems
634. Why Have a Telecommunications Law-Anti-Discrimination Norms in Communications
635. 282 004:” Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
636. SPADE: The System S declarative stream processing engine
637. A survey on OFDM-based elastic core optical networking
638. Diana Hook;, Jeremy Norman. Origins of Cyberspace: A Library on the History of Computing, Networking, and Telecommunications. x+ 670 pp., illus …
639. Survivable virtual infrastructure mapping in a federated computing and networking system under single regional failures
640. SoC Design of a Dual-Mode Transceiver for Power-Line Telecommunications
641. The Telecommunications Interoperability Laboratory
642. Structuring Telecommunications Features
643. Telecommunications services and local access provision
644. Telecommunications in vertical markets: Challenges and opportunities
645. … Xiu-mei3 (1. State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, China; …
646. Bluetooth: An enabler for personal area networking
647. Service management and the telecommunications information networking architecture
648. The application of AT&Ts Fiber-To-The-Home system
649. Big Sky Telegraph: Telecommunications Guide to Community Action.
650. Students’ attitudes towards using social networking in foreign language classes: A Facebook example
651. On the effectiveness of game-like and social approaches in learning: Comparing educational gaming, gamification & social networking
652. Networking vs. allying: the decision of interest groups to join coalitions in the US and the EU
653. 182 027: Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
654. Campaigning on Twitter: Microblogging and online social networking as campaign tools in the 2010 general elections in the Netherlands
655. Banking On Fibre
656. An intelligent healthcare monitoring framework using wearable sensors and social networking data
657. Infrastructure for reaching disadvantaged consumers: telecommunications in rural and remote nursing in Australia
658. Proposal of an educational strategy to bring students in telecommunications and networks back to the fundamentals of the discipline
659. … Center, State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, China; 2 …
660. Understanding antecedents of continuance intention in social-networking services
661. The future of telecommunications is open source
662. A networking architecture for mobility services using mobile agent approach
663. Game theory for PHY layer and MAC sublayer in wireless telecommunications
664. Social networking, knowledge sharing, and student learning: The case of university students
665. Aspects of the Aesthetics of Telecommunications
666. … Research Center, State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876); A …
667. In search of energy-efficient mobile networking
668. Ambiguity function and Cramér–Rao bounds for universal mobile telecommunications system-based passive coherent location systems
669. Origins of Cyberspace: A Library on the History of Computing, Networking, and Telecommunications
670. Technological change and multinational growth in international telecommunications services
671. Telecommunications and empire
672. How fragmentation can improve co-ordination: Setting standards in international telecommunications
673. iSchools in developing countries: Developing a telecommunications program for the Republic of Kosovo
674. Fuzzy control in telecommunications
675. The role of HR practices in developing employee resilience: A case study from the Pakistani telecommunications sector
676. Telecommunications infrastructure and usage and the FDI–growth nexus: evidence from Asian-21 countries
677. Leading without followers: how politics and market dynamics trapped innovations in Japan’s domestic “Galapagos” telecommunications sector
678. Committee on Improving Cybersecurity Research in the United States Computer Science and Telecommunications Board Division on Engineering and Physical …
679. Pathways to Digitization in International Telecommunications
680. Toward a software-based network: integrating software defined networking and network function virtualization
681. Turbo and turbo-like codes: Principles and applications in telecommunications
682. E-books or print books,“big deals” or local selections—What gets more use?
683. Introduction to the special issue on telecommunications techno-economics
684. Telecommunications and computer science: two merging paradigms
685. Clustering of telecommunications user profiles for fraud detection and security enhancement in large corporate networks: a case study
686. The serval project: Practical wireless ad-hoc mobile telecommunications
687. Telecommunications Information Networking Architecture Consortium “TINA-C Deliverable” Service Architecture
688. Wireless communications: An analysis of wireless standards in the telecommunications business sector of New Zealand
689. Systems analysis and design methods
690. Telecommunications and the local economy: some emerging policy issues
691. High Performance Browser Networking: What every web developer should know about networking and web performance
692. Social networking sites and hiring: How social media profiles influence hiring decisions
693. Technical Standards and Technological Change in the Telecommunications Industry
694. The Use of Information in Business: Computer Networking and Telecommunications Issues
695. … Consolidation at Guardian Life Bob Rusho, Ian Msiska, Dean Smith Colorado Technical University Networking and Telecommunications/IT640 June 3 …
696. … Consolidation at Guardian Life Bob Rusho, Ian Msiska, Dean Smith Colorado Technical University Networking and Telecommunications/IT640 June 2 …
697. Global Broadband Access Bob Rusho, Ian Msiska, Dean Smith Colorado Technical University Networking and Telecommunications/IT640 May 6, 2013
698. College of Professional Studies BULLETIN 2007 NETWORKING AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EFFECTIVE FALL 2007
699. … a Replicated Service Y Zongming Fei, Samrat Bhattacharjee, Ellen W. Zegura, Mostafa H. Ammar Networking and Telecommunications Group, College of …
700. … Anycasting Samrat Bhattacharjee, Mostafa H. Ammar, Ellen W. Zegura Viren Shah, Zongming Fei Networking and Telecommunications Group, College of …
701. Modernization and inter-networking of telecommunications networks
702. Global Broadband Bob Rusho, Ian Msiska, Dean Smith Colorado Technical University Networking and Telecommunications/IT640 May 4, 2013
703. … growth Few businesses today are caught in the balance between meteoric growth and collapse as finely as those in networking and telecommunications
704. The Historical Perspective of Networking and Telecommunications and the Development of the Johnson C. Smith University Network Infrastructure
705. Telecommunications Task Force.”
706. Neural networks in telecommunications
707. A preliminary theory of telecommunications enhanced communities
708. Innovation and standards in telecommunications
709. Energy consumption in telecommunications
710. On the current status of the’Microwave Technology and Telecommunications’ Encyclopedia publishing project. Release of a guide to compiling a glossary
711. Learning Telecommunications: TCP/IP Configurator
712. Telecommunications consumers: A behavioral economic analysis
713. Receptivity to Telecommunications among K-12 Teachers in a Rural State: Results of a West Virginia Survey.
714. Networking AMI smart meters
715. Software defined networking with OpenFlow
716. 102 333:” Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
717. Telecommunications cost management
718. Software-defined networking-based crypto ransomware detection using HTTP traffic characteristics
719. Artificial Intelligence Applications in Telecommunications and other network industries
720. The emerging flexible organization: Perspectives from Silicon Valley
721. Modeling customer churn in a non-contractual setting: the case of telecommunications service providers
722. … Ya-Wen1 1 (State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, China) …
723. … Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, China) 2)(State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications …
724. From content delivery today to information centric networking
725. Switched Multi-megabit Data Service
726. China’s Footprint on Nigeria’s Telecommunications Market
727. Needle in a haystack: Mitigating content poisoning in named-data networking
728. The US Telecommunications Industry Profile November 2000
729. Authentication handover and privacy protection in 5G hetnets using software-defined networking
730. Rule-based approach to telecommunications design
731. Links to the Future: The Role of Information and Telecommunications Technology in Appalachian Economic Development.
732. Planning for the telecommunications-based city: experience and prospects
733. Next generation fuel cell solutions for telecommunications backup power
734. A tutorial on the flexible optical networking paradigm: State of the art, trends, and research challenges
735. Networking activities in supply networks
736. The Effect of Fiber Geometry Control on Single-Mode Fiber Splice and Connector Losses
737. DEAFNET—The Word’s Getting Around: Local Implementation of Telecommunications Networks for Deaf Users
738. SoftAir: A software defined networking architecture for 5G wireless systems
739. Wireless charger networking for mobile devices: Fundamentals, standards, and applications
740. Developing an Innovative Curriculum to Prepare Networking Professionals for the Global Marketplace
741. Attracting Facebook’fans’: The importance of authenticity and engagement as a social networking strategy for professional sport teams
742. Impact of privacy concern in social networking web sites
743. 3 (1. State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, China; 2 …
744. 33 Million people in the room: How to create, influence, and run a successful business with social networking
745. Aircraft Formation Networking in High Altitude Based on Terahertz Communications
746. INTELLIGENT NETWORKS: Telecommunications Solutions for the 1990s
747. Controlling market power in telecommunications: antitrust vs sector-specific regulation
748. Advanced materials in telecommunications
749. Telecommunications and navigation systems design for manned Mars exploration missions
750. What is Convergence? Perceptions from the Finnish telecommunications Sector
751. Kids Interactive Telecommunications Project by Satellite (KITES): A Telecommunications Partnership To Empower Middle School Students.
752. Information and knowledge in telecommunications: a service-dominant view
753. Development of an advanced maintenance and control system with wide area monitoring function for telecommunications power systems
754. A survey on software defined networking with multiple controllers
755. Optical communications research at institute of telecommunications
756. Contemporary Technical Texts in the Field of Telecommunications
757. … Chun1, 2 (1. State Key Laboratory of Networking and Switching Technology, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing 100876, PR …
758. Network-layer trust in named-data networking
759. Advances in performance evaluation of computer and telecommunications networking
760. CATO: CAD Tool for design, simulation, and optimization of optical telecommunications networks
761. 283 003:” Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
762. Integrating the computer and telecommunications
763. 181 016:“Telecommunications and Internet converged Services and Protocols for Advanced Networking (TISPAN)
764. Exploitation of information centric networking principles in satellite networks
765. SME marketing networking: a strategic approach
766. Authentication and Data Security in ITS Telecommunications Solutions
767. Telecommunications in Poland: Infrastructure, market and services
768. Measures of Reliability Improvement of Clock Synchronization in Time Sensitive Networking
769. Newton’s Telecom Dictionary: Covering Telecommunications, Networking
770. Software-defined networking security: pros and cons

 

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