Andreas Pitsillides focuses on Computer network, Wireless, Asynchronous Transfer Mode, World Wide Web and Electronic engineering. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Real-time computing and Vehicular ad hoc network. He combines subjects such as Telecommunications network, Distributed computing and Artificial intelligence with his study of Asynchronous Transfer Mode.
Andreas Pitsillides works mostly in the field of World Wide Web, limiting it down to concerns involving Home automation and, occasionally, Electric power industry, Reliability, Network security, Smart grid and Electricity generation. His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Fading, Cloaking, Metamaterial and Path loss. His Computer security research includes themes of Load management and Smart system.
Andreas Pitsillides mainly investigates Computer network, Wireless, Distributed computing, Quality of service and Network congestion. The Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Fault tolerance and Electronic engineering. The various areas that he examines in his Distributed computing study include Telecommunications network, Network topology, Control theory, Node and Mobile computing.
Andreas Pitsillides usually deals with Quality of service and limits it to topics linked to Wireless network and Packet loss. The concepts of his Network congestion study are interwoven with issues in Queue and Fuzzy control system, Fuzzy logic. The Wireless sensor network study which covers Computer security that intersects with The Internet.
Wireless, Electronic engineering, Distributed computing, Optoelectronics and Hypersurface are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Artificial neural network and Wireless sensor network in addition to Wireless. His Electronic engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fading, Compressed sensing and Beam steering.
His Distributed computing research includes themes of Testbed, Network topology, Topology and Floorplan. His study in the field of Terahertz radiation is also linked to topics like Absorption. His studies examine the connections between Physical layer and genetics, as well as such issues in Eavesdropping, with regards to Maximum power transfer theorem and Quality of service.
Andreas Pitsillides mainly focuses on Wireless, Electronic engineering, Distributed computing, Human–computer interaction and Password. Andreas Pitsillides has researched Wireless in several fields, including Eavesdropping and Wireless sensor network. Andreas Pitsillides combines subjects such as Quality of service and Maximum power transfer theorem with his study of Eavesdropping.
His Wireless sensor network study combines topics in areas such as Extremely high frequency, Layer and Microwave. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Electronic engineering, Data exchange is strongly linked to Path loss. In general Distributed computing, his work in Fault tolerance is often linked to Polarity linking many areas of study.
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Survey in Smart Grid and Smart Home Security: Issues, Challenges and Countermeasures
Nikos Komninos;Eleni Philippou;Andreas Pitsillides.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2014)
A New Wireless Communication Paradigm through Software-Controlled Metasurfaces
Christos Liaskos;Shuai Nie;Ageliki Tsioliaridou;Andreas Pitsillides.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2018)
A survey on secure multipath routing protocols in WSNs
Eliana Stavrou;Andreas Pitsillides.
Computer Networks (2010)
Effective control of traffic flow in ATM networks using fuzzy explicit rate marking (FERM)
A. Pitsillides;Y.A. Sekercioglu;G. Ramamurthy.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1997)
Exploring the use of DNS as a search engine for the Web of Things
Andreas Kamilaris;Koula Papakonstantinou;Andreas Pitsillides.
the internet of things (2014)
Mobile Phone Computing and the Internet of Things: A Survey
Andreas Kamilaris;Andreas Pitsillides.
IEEE Internet of Things Journal (2016)
rn-Health le-Emergency Systems: Current Status and Future Directions
Christos Christodoulou;E. Kyriacoul;M. S. PattichiS;I C. S. Pattichis.
Congestion control in wireless sensor networks based on bird flocking behavior
Pavlos Antoniou;Andreas Pitsillides;Tim Blackwell;Andries Engelbrecht.
Computer Networks (2013)
Evolutionary-fuzzy prediction for strategic QoS routing in broadband networks
A. Vasilakos;C. Ricudis;K. Anagnostakis;W. Pedryca.
ieee international conference on fuzzy systems (1998)
HomeWeb: An application framework for Web-based smart homes
Andreas Kamilaris;Vlad Trifa;Andreas Pitsillides.
international conference on telecommunications (2011)
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