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Unformatted text preview: Mathematics for Networking Y.C. Tay National University of Singapore your favourite mathematical topic your favourite networking topic examples (recent or well-cited papers) your favourite mathematical topic your favourite networking topic examples (recent or well-cited papers) statistics traffic engineering Leland, Taqqu, Willinger, Wilson: On the self-similar nature of Ethernet traffic. SIGCOMM 1993 Medina, Taft, Salamatian, Bhattacharyya, Diot Traffic matrix estimation: existing techniques and new direction SIGCOMM 2002 your favourite mathematical topic your favourite networking topic examples (recent or well-cited papers) statistics traffic engineering Leland, Taqqu, Willinger, Wilson: On the self-similar nature of Ethernet traffic. SIGCOMM 1993 Medina, Taft, Salamatian, Bhattacharyya, Diot Traffic matrix estimation: existing techniques and new direction SIGCOMM 2002 stochastic analysis QoS mobility Jiang A basic stochastic network calculus SIGCOMM 2006 Grossglauser and Tse, Mobility increases the capacity of ad hoc wireless networks INFOCOM 2001 your favourite mathematical topic your favourite networking topic examples (recent or well-cited papers) statistics traffic engineering stochastic analysis QoS mobility Jiang A basic stochastic network calculus SIGCOMM 2006 Grossglauser and Tse, Mobility increases the capacity of ad hoc wireless networks INFOCOM 2001 markov chains sensors wireless Bianchi Performance analysis of the IEEE 802. 11 distributed coordination function JSAC 2000 Shah, Roy, Jain, Brunette Data Mules: Modeling and analysis of a three-tier architecture for sparse sensor networks Ad Hoc Networks 2003 your favourite mathematical topic your favourite networking topic examples (recent or well-cited papers) statistics traffic engineering stochastic analysis QoS mobility markov chains sensors wireless Bianchi Performance analysis of the IEEE 802. 11 distributed coordination function JSAC 2000 Shah, Roy, Jain, Brunette Data Mules: Modeling and analysis of a three-tier architecture for sparse sensor networks Ad Hoc Networks 2003 queueing theory Menth, Martin, Charzinski Capacity overprovisioning for networks with resilience requirements SIGCOMM 2006 Wu, Regit Effective capacity: A wireless link model for support of quality of service IEEE Trans. Wireless Comm. 2003 your favourite mathematical topic your favourite networking topic examples (recent or well-cited papers) statistics traffic engineering stochastic analysis QoS mobility markov chains sensors wireless queueing theory Menth, Martin, Charzinski Capacity overprovisioning for networks with resilience requirements SIGCOMM 2006 Wu, Regit Effective capacity: A wireless link model for support of quality of service IEEE Trans. Wireless Comm. 2003 scheduling switches Iyer, McKeown Analysis of the parallel packet switch architecture IEEE/ACM Trans. Networking 2003 Kansal, Potter, Srivastava Performance aware tasking for environmentally powered sensors your favourite mathematical topic your favourite...
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