Alexander L. Stolyar spends much of his time researching Scheduling, Mathematical optimization, Queue, Computer network and Queueing theory. His Scheduling research incorporates elements of Real-time computing, Quality of service, Code division multiple access and Distributed computing. His Mathematical optimization research includes themes of Earliest deadline first scheduling and Applied mathematics.
His research on Queue also deals with topics like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical optimization, Queue, Server, Scheduling and Computer network. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fluid limit and Queueing theory in addition to Mathematical optimization. His Queue research incorporates themes from Stability, Algorithm, Discrete time and continuous time and Network packet.
His studies in Server integrate themes in fields like Discrete mathematics, Randomized algorithm, Service system and Host. His work deals with themes such as Code division multiple access and Throughput, which intersect with Scheduling. The various areas that he examines in his Computer network study include Wireless network, Real-time computing, Distributed computing and Wireless ad hoc network.
Queue, Mathematical optimization, Wireless network, Server and Algorithm are his primary areas of study. His Queue study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stability and Applied mathematics. His work in the fields of Mathematical optimization, such as Asymptotically optimal algorithm and Inventory level, intersects with other areas such as Lead time, Energy consumption and Inventory cost.
His research investigates the connection between Wireless network and topics such as Node that intersect with issues in Throughput. He interconnects Queueing theory, Distributed computing and Scale in the investigation of issues within Server. His research in the fields of Optimization problem overlaps with other disciplines such as Stochastic stability, Stability conditions, Shadow and Virtual machine.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Algorithm, Mathematical optimization, Queue, Routing and Virtual machine. He has included themes like Throughput, Topology, Wireless network, Network topology and Node in his Algorithm study. His Mathematical optimization study often links to related topics such as Server.
The concepts of his Queue study are interwoven with issues in Stability, Discrete time and continuous time and Network packet. His Routing research incorporates elements of Algorithm design, Optimization problem and Queueing system. His study in Fluid limit is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Load balancing and Security token.
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Providing quality of service over a shared wireless link
M. Andrews;K. Kumaran;K. Ramanan;A. Stolyar.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2001)
Scheduling algorithms for a mixture of real-time and non-real-time data in HDR
Sanjay Shakkottai;Sanjay Shakkottai;Alexander L. Stolyar.
Teletraffic Science and Engineering (2001)
Maximizing Queueing Network Utility Subject to Stability: Greedy Primal-Dual Algorithm
Alexander L. Stolyar.
Queueing Systems (2005)
MaxWeight scheduling in a generalized switch: State space collapse and workload minimization in heavy traffic
Alexander L. Stolyar.
Annals of Applied Probability (2004)
Scheduling Flexible Servers with Convex Delay Costs: Heavy-Traffic Optimality of the Generalized cµ-Rule
Avishai Mandelbaum;Alexander L. Stolyar.
Operations Research (2004)
SCHEDULING IN A QUEUING SYSTEM WITH ASYNCHRONOUSLY VARYING SERVICE RATES
Matthew Andrews;Krishnan Kumaran;Kavita Ramanan;Alexander Stolyar.
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences (2004)
On the Asymptotic Optimality of the Gradient Scheduling Algorithm for Multiuser Throughput Allocation
Alexander L. Stolyar.
Operations Research (2005)
Optimal utility based multi-user throughput allocation subject to throughput constraints
M. Andrews;L. Qian;A. Stolyar.
international conference on computer communications (2005)
LARGEST WEIGHTED DELAY FIRST SCHEDULING: LARGE DEVIATIONS AND OPTIMALITY
Alexander L. Stolyar;Kavita Ramanan.
Annals of Applied Probability (2001)
Self-Organizing Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse in OFDMA Systems
A.L. Stolyar;H. Viswanathan.
international conference on computer communications (2008)
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