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TOC Alert for Publication# 5449605 2017July 20<![CDATA[Game-based TDMA MAC protocol for vehicular network]]>193209217259<![CDATA[Fast packet classification for V2X services in 5G networks]]>193218226415<![CDATA[Inter-vehicle cooperation channel estimation for IEEE 802.11p V2I communications]]>193227238645<![CDATA[Achieving location privacy through CAST in location based services]]>193239249617<![CDATA[Bus-based content offloading for vehicular networks]]>1932502581580<![CDATA[Selection-based detectors and fusion centers for cooperative cognitive radio networks in heavy-tailed noise environment]]>193259269336<![CDATA[Modeling of Doppler power spectrum for underwater acoustic channels]]>193270281757<![CDATA[TDD-sparse index multiple access for joint data detection and device identification in MTC]]>193282290239<![CDATA[Small-world features of real-world networks]]>−γ, where k is the degree variable and c and γ are scaling and exponent constants. Recently, we found that it is effective to reveal the underlying mechanism of power-law formation in real-world networks by analyzing their vertex-degree sequences. We showed before that, for a scale-free network of size N, if its vertex-degree sequence is k2 < k2 < … < kl, where {k1, k2, …, kl} is the set of all non-equal vertex degrees in the network, and if its power exponent satisfies γ > 1, then the length l of the above vertex-degree sequence is of order log N. We underline that this conclusion is important, which proves that the length of the vertex-degree sequence is a fundamental characteristic of a scale-free network. In this paper, we further investigate complex networks with more general distributions and we prove that the same conclusion about the vertex-degree sequences holds even for non-network type of complex systems. We thereby conclude that real-world networks typically possess small-world features. We support this conclusion by verifying a large number of real-world networks and systems. To that end, we discuss some potential applications of the new finding in various fields of science, engineering and society, demonstrating that the conclusion is important with many real applications.]]>193291297246<![CDATA[Adaptation for the retransmission in VoIP applications]]>193298305420<![CDATA[Advertisement]]>19311125<![CDATA[Call for papers]]>19311163<![CDATA[Copyright transfer form]]>1931167<![CDATA[Front cover]]>193c1c1123<![CDATA[Back cover]]>193c4c4118<![CDATA[Special issue on V2X communications and networks]]>193205208162<![CDATA[Inside front cover]]>193c2c2124<![CDATA[Inside back cover]]>193c3c3107