Emilio Leonardi mostly deals with Computer network, Distributed computing, Throughput, Scheduling and Packet switching. In general Computer network study, his work on Network packet often relates to the realm of Grid computing, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work deals with themes such as Multimedia, Search engine indexing, Cluster analysis and Cache, which intersect with Distributed computing.
His studies deal with areas such as Wireless ad hoc network, Stochastic geometry models of wireless networks, Network topology and Wireless network as well as Throughput. The concepts of his Scheduling study are interwoven with issues in Delay-tolerant networking, Queueing theory and Digital television. Emilio Leonardi has researched Packet switching in several fields, including Matching, Xcast, Heuristics, Fast packet switching and Heuristic.
Computer network, Distributed computing, Scheduling, Network packet and Network topology are his primary areas of study. He interconnects Throughput and Wavelength-division multiplexing in the investigation of issues within Computer network. His Throughput study incorporates themes from Wireless ad hoc network and Topology.
His Distributed computing study incorporates themes from Static routing, Scalability, The Internet and Cache. His Network packet research includes elements of Quality of service, Communication channel and Ring network. His study in Network topology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Telecommunications network, Interconnection and Topology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cache, Computer network, Distributed computing, Theoretical computer science and Scalability. His Cache research incorporates elements of Content and Recommender system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless, Wireless network and Upload.
Emilio Leonardi has included themes like Popularity, Scheduling, Network packet and Small cell in his Distributed computing study. The concepts of his Scheduling study are interwoven with issues in Queue, Bottleneck, Queueing theory and Markov chain. His Scalability research includes themes of Real-time computing, The Internet, Information-centric networking and SIMPLE.
His primary scientific interests are in Cache, Computer network, Distributed computing, Theoretical computer science and Cache algorithms. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dependency and Server in addition to Cache. The study of Computer network is intertwined with the study of Wireless network in a number of ways.
As a part of the same scientific study, Emilio Leonardi usually deals with the Distributed computing, concentrating on The Internet and frequently concerns with SIMPLE, Scalability and Quality of experience. His studies in Theoretical computer science integrate themes in fields like Poisson distribution, Locality of reference and Social network. His Cache algorithms research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Algorithm and Upper and lower bounds.
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Temporal locality in today's content caching: why it matters and how to model it
Stefano Traverso;Mohamed Ahmed;Michele Garetto;Paolo Giaccone.
acm special interest group on data communication (2013)
A unified approach to the performance analysis of caching systems
Valentina Martina;Michele Garetto;Emilio Leonardi.
international conference on computer communications (2014)
MAC protocols and fairness control in WDM multirings with tunable transmitters and fixed receivers
M.A. Marsan;A. Bianco;E. Leonardi;M. Meo.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1996)
Bounds on average delays and queue size averages and variances in input-queued cell-based switches
E. Leonardi;M. Mellia;F. Neri;M. Ajmone Marsan.
international conference on computer communications (2001)
On the stability of input-queued switches with speed-up
Emilio Leonardi;Marco Mellia;Fabio Neri;Marco Ajmone Marsan.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2001)
How to identify and estimate the largest traffic matrix elements in a dynamic environment
Augustin Soule;Antonio Nucci;Rene Cruz;Emilio Leonardi.
measurement and modeling of computer systems (2004)
All-optical WDM multi-rings with differentiated QoS
M.A. Marsan;A. Bianco;E. Leonardi;A. Morabito.
IEEE Communications Magazine (1999)
A Unified Approach to the Performance Analysis of Caching Systems
Michele Garetto;Emilio Leonardi;Valentina Martina.
ACM Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing (2016)
Multicast traffic in input-queued switches: optimal scheduling and maximum throughput
Marco Ajmone Marsan;Andrea Bianco;Paolo Giaccone;Emilio Leonardi.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2003)
Algortihms for the Topology Design in WDM All-Optical Networks
Emilio Leonardi;Marco Mellia;Marco Giuseppe Ajmone Marsan.
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