1984 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to statistical communication theory, modeling and analysis of communication network, and engineering education.
Computer network, Distributed computing, Wireless network, Throughput and Network packet are his primary areas of study. His study connects Communication channel and Computer network. His Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Time division multiple access, Broadcasting, Optimized Link State Routing Protocol and Mobile radio.
His Wireless network study incorporates themes from Wireless ad hoc network, Relay, Network performance and Multicast. His Network packet research includes themes of Code division multiple access and Real-time computing. His studies in Queueing theory integrate themes in fields like Queue and Server.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Wireless network, Distributed computing, Communication channel and Network packet. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Wireless, Wireless ad hoc network and Throughput. His study looks at the intersection of Wireless network and topics like Power control with Code division multiple access.
Anthony Ephremides has included themes like Telecommunications network, Wireless Routing Protocol, Broadcasting and Optimized Link State Routing Protocol in his Distributed computing study. His research in Communication channel intersects with topics in Transmission, Bandwidth and Markov process. Anthony Ephremides works mostly in the field of Network packet, limiting it down to concerns involving Queueing theory and, occasionally, Server.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Communication channel, Network packet, Mathematical optimization and Transmission. Anthony Ephremides combines subjects such as Cognitive radio, Wireless network, Throughput and Relay with his study of Computer network. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Telecommunications link, Distributed computing, Job shop scheduling and Fading.
He interconnects Wireless, Physical layer and Linear network coding in the investigation of issues within Communication channel. His studies deal with areas such as Queueing theory, Queue management system, Real-time computing, Multicast and Node as well as Network packet. His Mathematical optimization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stackelberg competition, Scheduling, Fair-share scheduling and Markov process.
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Stability properties of constrained queueing systems and scheduling policies for maximum throughput in multihop radio networks
L. Tassiulas;A. Ephremides.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1992)
On the construction of energy-efficient broadcast and multicast trees in wireless networks
J.E. Wieselthier;G.D. Nguyen;A. Ephremides.
international conference on computer communications (2000)
Joint scheduling and power control for wireless ad hoc networks
T. ElBatt;A. Ephremides.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2004)
A design concept for reliable mobile radio networks with frequency hopping signaling
A. Ephremides;J.E. Wieselthier;D.J. Baker.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1987)
The Architectural Organization of a Mobile Radio Network via a Distributed Algorithm
D. Baker;A. Ephremides.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (1981)
Dynamic server allocation to parallel queues with randomly varying connectivity
L. Tassiulas;A. Ephremides.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (1993)
Scheduling broadcasts in multihop radio networks
A. Ephremides;T. V. Truong.
international conference on computer communications (1990)
A distributed routing algorithm for mobile wireless networks
M. Scott Corson;Anthony Ephremides.
Wireless Networks (1995)
Energy concerns in wireless networks
IEEE Wireless Communications (2002)
On the Age of Information in Status Update Systems With Packet Management
Maice Costa;Marian Codreanu;Anthony Ephremides.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2016)
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