Andrea Passarella spends much of her time researching Computer network, The Internet, Key, Social relationship and Wireless sensor network. Her study in Computer network is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dissemination, Wireless ad hoc network and Distributed computing. Her The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Testbed, Quality of service, Ubiquitous computing and Internet privacy.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Heterogeneous network and Econometrics. Her Wireless sensor network research includes themes of Sensor node, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Mobile wireless sensor network and Real-time computing. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Routing protocol, concentrating on Hop and intersecting with Delay-tolerant networking, Bluetooth, Mobile radio, Wireless and Network topology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Distributed computing, The Internet, Mobile device and World Wide Web. Her work deals with themes such as Dissemination and Wireless ad hoc network, which intersect with Computer network. Her Distributed computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wireless, Scalability, Exploit and Routing protocol.
Andrea Passarella has included themes like Quality of service, Server and Internet privacy in her The Internet study. Her Mobile device study incorporates themes from Human–computer interaction and Mobile QoS. Her work in Mobile ad hoc network addresses issues such as Mobility model, which are connected to fields such as Key.
Her main research concerns Distributed computing, Computer network, Node, Wireless and The Internet. Her research in Distributed computing intersects with topics in Industry 4.0, Scalability and Edge computing. Latency and Node are the core of her Computer network study.
Her Node research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Network topology, Cellular network, Process and Benchmark. In her study, Testbed is inextricably linked to Data access, which falls within the broad field of Wireless. Her The Internet research incorporates elements of Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, Mobile device, Mobile computing and Internet privacy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Data management, Distributed computing, Computer network, Industry 4.0 and Automation. The concepts of her Distributed computing study are interwoven with issues in Wireless, Scalability, Edge computing and Edge device. Her Computer network study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Internet access.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Field, Data science and Information and Communications Technology. Her Latency research also works with subjects such as
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Energy conservation in wireless sensor networks: A survey
Giuseppe Anastasi;Marco Conti;Mario Di Francesco;Andrea Passarella.
ad hoc networks (2009)
Opportunistic networking: data forwarding in disconnected mobile ad hoc networks
L. Pelusi;A. Passarella;M. Conti.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2006)
HiBOp: a History Based Routing Protocol for Opportunistic Networks
Chiara Boldrini;Marco Conti;Jacopo Jacopini;Andrea Passarella.
world of wireless mobile and multimedia networks (2007)
From opportunistic networks to opportunistic computing
Marco Conti;Silvia Giordano;Martin May;Andrea Passarella.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2010)
Data Offloading Techniques in Cellular Networks: A Survey
Filippo Rebecchi;Marcelo Dias de Amorim;Vania Conan;Andrea Passarella.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2015)
The structure of online social networks mirrors those in the offline world
Robin I. M. Dunbar;Valerio Arnaboldi;Marco Conti;Andrea Passarella.
Social Networks (2015)
Performance measurements of motes sensor networks
G. Anastasi;A. Falchi;A. Passarella;M. Conti.
modeling analysis and simulation of wireless and mobile systems (2004)
Fast track article: Looking ahead in pervasive computing: Challenges and opportunities in the era of cyber-physical convergence
Marco Conti;Sajal K. Das;Chatschik Bisdikian;Mohan Kumar.
Pervasive and Mobile Computing (2012)
HCMM: Modelling spatial and temporal properties of human mobility driven by users' social relationships
Chiara Boldrini;Andrea Passarella.
Computer Communications (2010)
ContentPlace: social-aware data dissemination in opportunistic networks
Chiara Boldrini;Marco Conti;Andrea Passarella.
modeling analysis and simulation of wireless and mobile systems (2008)
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