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By Muhammad Omer Farooq, Thomas Kunz (auth.), Tai-hoon Kim, Hojjat Adeli, Wai-chi Fang, Thanos Vasilakos, Adrian Stoica, Charalampos Z. Patrikakis, Gansen Zhao, Javier García Villalba, Yang Xiao (eds.)

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The quantity set, CCIS 265 and CCIS 266, constitutes the refereed court cases of the foreign convention, FGCN 2011, held as a part of the long run new release info expertise convention, FGIT 2011, Jeju Island, Korea, in December 2011. The papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions and concentrate on a number of the features of destiny new release conversation and networking.

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The next statement in the invoking scriplet S1 (after ), will execute at a VP-time that is same as the VP-time set at the end of the invoked scriplet (S2). In other words, the VPtimes of S1 and S2 are “synchronized” after S2 completes (see start/@vptsync="true" in Section 4). More generally, to accommodate the case where a starting time is set at a date/time anterior to the invoking time (@vptset="a past date/time”), the VP-time of the next statement in S1 is either the last VP-time value of S2 or the last VP-time value in S1 (just before invoking S2), whichever occurs the latest.

Fig. 1. Blocking and non-blocking modes of scriplet invocation Event-Driven Test Script Methodology for SOA System 29 Non-blocking invocation: intuitively, the invoked scriplet (S2) will not cause the invoking scriplet (S1) to wait. In other words, the VP-times of S1 and S2 are not “synchronized” after S2 completes. (see start/@vptsync="false" in Section 4). The next statement in the invoking scriplet S1 will execute at a VP-time that is same as the VP-time value just before executing the statement, this regardless of the value of start/@vptset.

To compare the number of surviving nodes over time while implementing TEEN’s hard mode (HT) as opposed to implementing the proposed scheme. Under TEEN, the simulation set-up including cluster configuration was mostly similar to that of LEACH. However, the radio electronics model used in LEACH had to be altered so that the model in TEEN would represent both the idle time power dissipation and the sensing power consumption. This was necessary because in TEEN algorithm all the nodes sense the environment continuously.

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