Who could help me write a good term paper based on IEEE 802.11 BASED WIRELESS MESH NETWORKS? These are the requirements:
This paper can be a review paper that comments on current solutions on a specific topic, or a research paper that proposes your own opinions/solutions. You don’t have to implement an application for this option. However it is fine if you wish to conduct experiments on the topics discussed. As a general rule, papers that incorporate your own comments/opinions will normally receive higher grades.
It should have no less than 15 pages, double-spaced and not counting the title page, table of contents, bibliography, or any figures. For a research paper, it should include a bibliography of no fewer than five sources that appear as references in the body.
Your paper/project report should use headings and sub-headings to reflect its structure. Please proofread your paper/report carefully to ensure that it contains no spelling or grammatical errors.
A review paper usually should include multiple (>=5) references. I would like to see references from referred conference proceedings or journals. IEEE, ACM, and Springer databases are widely used by the research community. References such as Wikipedia can be used at the early stages when you explore a topic, but you are discouraged from using them since the information are generally considered volatile for scientific papers. Usually you should summarize different resources instead of reiterating the exact words. It is also important to show your ability on critical thinking – I wish you include as many comments (in your own words) as possible.
I found several references which I can make it available or you could find your own, but the topic I prefer to be the one listed above as that is what I submitted as a proposed topic to the professor.
When I searched for journals I found several that I reference to the professor. The document must be on an APA style. Official APA website:
A. B. M., Islam, A. A., & Raghunathan, V. (2015). SymCo: Symbiotic coexistence of single-hop and multi-hop transmissions in next-generation wireless mesh networks. Wireless Networks, Volume 21, Issue 7, pp 2115-2136.
Amiri-Nezhad, M., Guerrero-Zapata, M., Bellalta, B., & Cerdà-Alabern, L. (2014). Simulation of multi-radio multi-channel 802.11-based mesh networks in ns-3. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, December 2014, 2014:118.
Ashraf, U., Abdellatif, S., & Juanole, G. (2013). Route selection in IEEE 802.11 wireless mesh networks. Telecommunication Systems, Volume 52, Issue 4, pp 1777-1795.
Chakraborty, S., & Nandi, S. (2014). Selective greedy routing: exploring the path diversity in backbone mesh networks. Wireless Networks, Volume 20, Issue 7, pp 1995-2017
Gammar, S. M., & Ghannay, S. (2015). JRCAP: A Joint Routing and Channel Assignment Protocol for Multi-radio Multi-channel IEEE 802.11s Mesh Networks. Journal of Network and Systems Management, pp 1-21.
Haitao, Z., Yuning, D., Hui, Z., & Yang, L. (2011). An adaptive opportunistic retransmission control scheme environment-aware-based for wireless multimedia Mesh networks. Journal of Electronics (China), Volume 27, Issue 6, pp 756-764.
Jamshaid, K.,Ward, P., Karsten, M., & Shihada, B. (2013). The efficacy of centralized flow rate control in 802.11-based wireless mesh networks. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking 2013, 2013:163.
Ramachandran, K., Sheriff, I., Belding,·E. M. & Almeroth, K. C. (2008). A Multi-radio 802.11 Mesh Network Architecture. Mobile Networks and Applications, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp 132-146.