Daniela Aguirre Guerrero

Daniela Aguirre Guerrero
The College of Mexico | Colmex

Doctor of Technology

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August 2012 - July 2014
Metropolitan Autonomous University
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  • Master's Student

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Las plataformas de medios sociales (social media) dieron lugar a un proceso de ampliación del espacio público, así como al surgimiento de actores sociológicamente diversos y otrora excluidos del debate público. Con base en las herramientas del análisis de redes sociales, este capítulo da cuenta de estas circunstancias a propósito de una polémica de...
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We study the problem of path computation in Cayley Graphs (CG) from an approach of word processing in groups. This approach consists in encoding the topological structure of CG in an automaton called Diff, then techniques of word processing are applied for computing the shortest paths. We present algorithms for computing the K-shortest paths, the s...
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Some topology properties that determine the performance and robustness of parallel computer systems include fault-tolerance, latency, load-balancing and support for a high number of end points. This paper analyses the impact of graph symmetry on these properties. Through a comparison between Cayley Graphs (CGs) and classical topologies for parallel...
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Data center networks (DCNs) connect hundreds and thousands of computers and, as a result of the exponential growth in their number of nodes, the design of scalable (compact) routing schemes plays a pivotal role in the optimal operation of the DCN. Traditional trends in the design of DCN architectures have led to solutions, where routing schemes and...
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In this work, we propose that packets travelling across a wireless sensor network (WSN) can be seen as the active agents that make up a complex system, just like a bird flock or a fish school, for instance. From this perspective, the tools and models that have been developed to study this kind of systems have been applied. This is in order to creat...
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In this work, we propose that packets travelling across a wireless sensor network (WSN) can be seen as the active agents that make up a complex system, just like a bird flock or a fish school, for instance. From this perspective, the tools and models that have been developed to study this kind of systems have been applied. This is in order to creat...
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We present a new simulation analysis, with a complex systems perspective, in order to study WSN operations. We have built different scenarios on which we evaluate the congestion control and the routing mechanisms. An agent-directed simulation has been developed, where data packets are regarded as active entities, i.e., agents. With this approach, i...

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