About Zheng da Wu
Zheng da Wu started his research in the area of computer networks when he was a PhD student at Computing Laboratory, University of Kent at Canterbury, England, in 1984-1987. Since then, he has been working in this area as a researcher and teacher. From 1987 to 1989, He was an associate professor in the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing. Since he joined Bond University as one of foundation staff in 1989, he has been working in the school of information technology. In recent years, his research was focused on wireless networks and mobile computing.
Dimensioning and optimization of push-to-talk over cellular server
International journal of network management (2007)
The PoC (push-to-talk over cellular) application allows point-to-point or point-to-multipoint voice communication between mobile network users. The related work over ...
Asymptotic analysis of instant messaging service with relay nodes
International journal of computer, information, and systems science, and engineering (2007)
In this paper, we provide complete end-to-end delay analyses including the relay nodes for instant messages. Message Session Relay Protocol ...
Conference Papers (16)
Energy balanced routing strategy in wireless sensor networks
IEEE/IFIP international conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing: EUC 2010 (2010)
In order to tackle the energy hole problem of sensor networks, the non-uniform node deployment strategy was presented recently. For ...
A non-uniform node deployment approach for event detection sensor networks
29th IEEE International Performance, Computing and Communications Conference (IPCCC) (2010)
Due to the traversal-multicast data transmission manner of the sensor network, the energy consumption of the network is unbalanced and ...
Comparison of session establishment schemes over IMS in mobile environment
Fifth International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing (ICICS 2005) (2005)
The existing session establishment scenario of IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) suffers from triangular routing for a certain period of time ...