2008 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to architectures, algorithms, and protocols for high speed communications networks
Her primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Bandwidth, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Quality of service and Throughput. Her studies deal with areas such as Distributed computing, Wireless Multimedia Extensions, IEEE 802.11e-2005 and Wireless as well as Computer network. Her work carried out in the field of Bandwidth brings together such families of science as Transmission and Packet switching.
Her Packet switching research includes themes of Telecommunications network, Network topology, Block and Heuristics. Her research investigates the connection with Quality of service and areas like Vehicular ad hoc network which intersect with concerns in Mobile telephony and Mobile computing. Her Throughput research includes elements of Wireless lan, Polling and Network packet.
Computer network, Distributed computing, Multimedia, Wireless network and Quality of service are her primary areas of study. The concepts of her Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Wireless, Throughput and Communication channel. Her research integrates issues of Transmission, Bandwidth and Packet switching in her study of Throughput.
Her research in Packet switching tackles topics such as Telecommunications network which are related to areas like Demand assignment. As a part of the same scientific study, Aura Ganz usually deals with the Distributed computing, concentrating on Scheduling and frequently concerns with Time division multiple access. In her work, Wireless Multimedia Extensions is strongly intertwined with Mobile QoS, which is a subfield of Quality of service.
Aura Ganz mainly focuses on Navigation system, Mass-casualty incident, Multimedia, Human–computer interaction and Percept. Her work in Navigation system tackles topics such as Visualization which are related to areas like Principal component analysis, Feature extraction, Crowds and Reliability. Her Multimedia research incorporates elements of Virtual machine and Correctness.
Her Human–computer interaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in User interface, Interface, Embedded system and Motion. Aura Ganz combines subjects such as Algorithm, Wireless sensor network and Mobile telephony with her study of Global Positioning System. Her work carried out in the field of Decision support system brings together such families of science as The Internet and Computer graphics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Navigation system, Computer security, Multimedia, Percept and Bluetooth. In her works, Aura Ganz performs multidisciplinary study on Navigation system and Turn-by-turn navigation. Her work on Real-time computing expands to the thematically related Computer security.
Her work blends Multimedia and Mobile robot navigation studies together. Her Bluetooth research integrates issues from Simulation, Embedded system, Human–computer interaction and Server. Her Human–computer interaction research incorporates themes from Visual analytics, Point of interest and Interface.
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Lightpath communications: an approach to high bandwidth optical WAN's
I. Chlamtac;A. Ganz;G. Karmi.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (1992)
Ad hoc QoS on-demand routing (AQOR) in mobile ad hoc networks
Qi Xue;Aura Ganz.
ad hoc networks (2003)
Packet scheduling for QoS support in IEEE 802.16 broadband wireless access systems
Kitti Wongthavarawat;Aura Ganz.
International Journal of Communication Systems (2003)
A mobile teletrauma system using 3G networks
Y. Chu;A. Ganz.
international conference of the ieee engineering in medicine and biology society (2004)
Method and apparatus for adaptive media access control in a communication network
Aura Ganz;Zvi Ganz;Kim Ilwhan.
IEEE 802.16 based last mile broadband wireless military networks with quality of service support
K. Wongthavarawat;A. Ganz.
military communications conference (2003)
Lightnets: Topologies for High-speed Optical Networks
I Chlamtac;A Ganz;G Karmi.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1993)
Purely optical networks for terabit communication
I. Chlamtac;A. Ganz;G. Karmi.
international conference on computer communications (1989)
mHealth Technologies for Chronic Diseases and Elders: A Systematic Review
Giovanni Chiarini;Pradeep Ray;Shahriar Akter;Cristina Masella.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2013)
On optimal design of multitier wireless cellular systems
A. Ganz;C.M. Krishna;D. Tang;Z.J. Haas.
IEEE Communications Magazine (1997)
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