His main research concerns Computer network, Queue, Queueing theory, Scheduling and Von Neumann architecture. Cheng-Shang Chang has included themes like Throughput and Topology in his Computer network study. His Topology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Markov process, Admission control, Traffic shaping, Network calculus and Markov chain.
His Queue study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discrete mathematics, Distributed computing and Importance sampling. His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in M/M/1 queue, M/D/c queue, M/G/k queue, M/G/1 queue and G/G/1 queue. His study in Queueing theory focuses on Multilevel queue in particular.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Queueing theory, Network packet, Queue and Topology. Cheng-Shang Chang combines subjects such as FIFO, Throughput and Jitter with his study of Computer network. His study in Queueing theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Distributed computing, Stochastic process, Buffer overflow, Priority queue and Real-time computing.
As a part of the same scientific study, Cheng-Shang Chang usually deals with the Network packet, concentrating on Scheduling and frequently concerns with Mathematical optimization and Multistage interconnection networks. His Queue research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discrete mathematics and Importance sampling. His work deals with themes such as Cognitive radio, Communication channel and Optical switch, which intersect with Topology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Rendezvous problem, Cognitive radio, Graph, Topology and Algorithm. His Cognitive radio research includes themes of Function, Markov chain, Channel and Reinforcement learning. His Graph research includes elements of Probabilistic logic, Theoretical computer science, Euclidean space and Centrality.
His Topology research includes elements of Asymptotically optimal algorithm and Partition. His research integrates issues of Network packet, Aloha, Throughput, Random access and Interval in his study of Algorithm. Network packet is a subfield of Computer network that Cheng-Shang Chang tackles.
Cheng-Shang Chang focuses on Statistics, Random graph, Epidemic model, Spectral radius and Data mining. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Group testing and Matrix. His Matrix study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sample, Decoding methods, Pooling and Range.
Cheng-Shang Chang has included themes like Fraction and Basic reproduction number in his Random graph study. His work deals with themes such as Reduction, Transmission and Herd immunity, which intersect with Basic reproduction number. He combines subjects such as Matrix decomposition, Recommender system, Data set and Synthetic data with his study of Data mining.
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Performance Guarantees in Communication Networks
Stability, queue length, and delay of deterministic and stochastic queueing networks
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1994)
Effective bandwidths for multiclass Markov fluids and other ATM sources
George Kesidis;Jean Walrand;Cheng-Shang Chang.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (1993)
Load balanced Birkhoff-von Neumann switches, part II: multi-stage buffering
Cheng-Shang Chang;Duan-Shin Lee;Ching-Ming Lien.
Computer Communications (2002)
Birkhoff-von Neumann input buffered crossbar switches
Cheng-Shang Chang;Wen-Jyh Chen;Hsiang-Yi Huang.
international conference on computer communications (2000)
On deterministic traffic regulation and service guarantees: a systematic approach by filtering
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (1998)
Effective bandwidth and fast simulation of ATM intree networks
Cheng-Shang Chang;Philip Heidelberger;Sandeep Juneja;Perwez Shahabuddin.
Performance Evaluation (1994)
Effective bandwidths of departure processes from queues with time varying capacities
Cheng-Shang Chang;T. Zajic.
international conference on computer communications (1995)
On service guarantees for input-buffered crossbar switches: a capacity decomposition approach by Birkhoff and von Neumann
Cheng-Shang Chang;Wen-Jyh Chen;Hsiang-Yi Huang.
international workshop on quality of service (1999)
Guaranteed quality-of-service wireless access to ATM networks
Cheng-Shang Chang;Kwang-Cheng Chen;Ming-Young You;Jin-Fu Chang.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1997)
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