Asit Dan mainly focuses on Video server, Computer network, Real-time computing, Scheduling and Software engineering. His research integrates issues of Web server and Upload in his study of Computer network. His Real-time computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Resource, Workload, Queueing theory and Bandwidth.
His work in Scheduling addresses issues such as Multicast, which are connected to fields such as Cryptography, Continuous delivery and Queue. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Service-oriented architecture, Web service, Service level objective, Standardization and Service-level agreement. His Web service study incorporates themes from Web API and Database.
Asit Dan spends much of his time researching Computer network, Database, Video server, Distributed computing and Service provider. His Computer network research includes elements of Real-time computing and Block. While the research belongs to areas of Database, he spends his time largely on the problem of Provisioning, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Service level.
Much of his study explores Video server relationship to Multicast. He has included themes like Workload and Database transaction in his Distributed computing study. Asit Dan has researched Service level objective in several fields, including Service-level agreement and Software engineering.
Asit Dan mainly investigates Service-oriented architecture, Database, Service delivery framework, Process management and Business value. The various areas that Asit Dan examines in his Service-oriented architecture study include Software engineering, Engineering management and Library science. His work carried out in the field of Database brings together such families of science as Service provisioning, Provisioning and Component.
His Process management research integrates issues from Computer security, Business process, OASIS SOA Reference Model and Knowledge management. As a part of the same scientific study, Asit Dan usually deals with the Service-level agreement, concentrating on Web service and frequently concerns with Distributed computing. His Resource research incorporates themes from Theoretical computer science, Computer network and Aggregate.
His primary areas of investigation include Process management, Database, Component, Knowledge management and Set. Asit Dan combines subjects such as Business Process Execution Language, Business process and Computer security with his study of Process management. His Database study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Provisioning and Administrative domain.
As a member of one scientific family, Asit Dan mostly works in the field of Knowledge management, focusing on OASIS SOA Reference Model and, on occasion, Service product management. His research in Service level intersects with topics in Service-level agreement and Web service. His work on Service-oriented architecture as part of general Web service study is frequently connected to Corporate governance, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
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Web services agreement specification (ws-agreement)
Alain Andrieux;Karl Czajkowski;Asit Dan;Katarzyna Keahey.
Scheduling policies for an on-demand video server with batching
A. Dan;D. Sitaram;P. Shahabuddin.
acm multimedia (1994)
Dynamic batching policies for an on-demand video server
Asit Dan;Dinkar Sitaram;Perwez Shahabuddin.
Multimedia Systems (1996)
An approximate analysis of the LRU and FIFO buffer replacement schemes
Asit Dan;Don Towsley.
measurement and modeling of computer systems (1990)
Web services on demand: WSLA-driven automated management
A. Dan;D. Davis;R. Kearney;A. Keller.
Ibm Systems Journal (2004)
Service-Oriented Computing – ICSOC 2006
Asit Dan;Winfried Lamersdorf.
Cremona: an architecture and library for creation and monitoring of WS-agreents
Heiko Ludwig;Asit Dan;Robert Kearney.
international conference on service oriented computing (2004)
A generalized interval caching policy for mixed interactive and long video workloads
Asit Dan;Dinkar Sitaram.
conference on multimedia computing and networking (2001)
A Service Level Agreement Language for Dynamic Electronic Services
Heiko Ludwig;Alexander Keller;Asit Dan;Richard King.
Electronic Commerce Research (2003)
Load balancing in servers by allocating buffer to streams with successively larger buffer requirements until the buffer requirements of a stream can not be satisfied
Asit Dan;Dinkar Sitaram.
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