Algorithms 2013, 6(3), 459-470; doi:10.3390/a6030459
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Ubiquitous Integrity via Network Integration and Parallelism—Sustaining Pedestrian/Bike Urbanism

Received: 12 April 2013; in revised form: 12 July 2013 / Accepted: 5 August 2013 / Published: 12 August 2013
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Abstract: Nowadays, due to the concern regarding environmental issues, establishing pedestrian/bike friendly urbanism is widely encouraged. To promote safety-assured, mobile communication environments, efficient, reliable maintenance, and information integrity need to be designed, especially in highly possibly interfered places. For busy traffic areas, regular degree-3 dedicated short range communication (DSRC) networks are safety and information featured with availability, reliability, and maintainability in paths of multi-lanes. For sparsely populated areas, probes of wireless sensors are rational, especially if sensor nodes can be organized to enhance security, reliability, and flexibility. Applying alternative network topologies, such as spider-webs, generalized honeycomb tori, and cube-connected cycles, for comparing and analyzing is proposed in DSRC and cellular communications to enhance integrity in communications.
Keywords: bikenet; dedicated short range communication; integrity; maintainability; parallel computing
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Hsu, L.-Y. Ubiquitous Integrity via Network Integration and Parallelism—Sustaining Pedestrian/Bike Urbanism. Algorithms 2013, 6, 459-470.

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Hsu L-Y. Ubiquitous Integrity via Network Integration and Parallelism—Sustaining Pedestrian/Bike Urbanism. Algorithms. 2013; 6(3):459-470.

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Hsu, Li-Yen. 2013. "Ubiquitous Integrity via Network Integration and Parallelism—Sustaining Pedestrian/Bike Urbanism." Algorithms 6, no. 3: 459-470.

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