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Ariel OrdaFrancesco Krda Pellegrini: We think you have liked this presentation. Yuval Lifshitz In Seminar: No Packet Left Behind: QoS routing in networks with uncertain parameters. Formal Verification of a Distributed Computer System. Resource Pooling A system exhibits complete resource pooling if it behaves as if there was a single pooled resource. Mehmet KaraulYannis A. Detecting Cascades from Weak Signatures.
Computing shortest paths for any number of hops. On continuous network flows.
A flow pattern is a Nash equilibrium if no individual decision maker on the network can change to a less costly route. Networks with Advance Reservations: Network Science and Engineering 5 4: Noncooperative equilibria are inefficient and lead to suboptimal network performance.
Dynamic storage allocation with ofda durations. Formation Games of Reliable Networks. How good is bargained routing?
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Resource allocation and management in Cloud Computing. LazarAriel Orda: Telecommunication Systems 13 Optimal packet-level fec strategies in connections with large delay-bandwidth products.
QoS, economics and business issues. Admission Control in Networks with Advance Reservations.
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Properties and Control Professor John C. Erez BitonAriel Orda: Optics in Data Centers: Given the noncooperative character of network control, devise design and management rules, so that the overall network performance is improved. Each user optimizes its performance.
Constrained Maximum Flow in Stochastic Networks. Strategic Formation of Heterogeneous Networks. Distributed Computing 10 1: Dynamic convergence by best-reply moves from any initial profile. Bottleneck Routing Games in Communication Networks.
Computer Networks 53 Non-cooperative multicast and facility location games. Optimal link-disjoint node-“somewhat disjoint” paths. Registration Forgot your password? A scalable approach to the partition of QoS requirements in unicast and multicast.
QoS routing in networks with inaccurate information: MeiromShie MannorAriel Orda: Discrete Applied Mathematics 3: Implicit investigation of equilibrium behavior.