2014 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to coding theory and coding schemes for transmission and storage systems
Emina Soljanin mainly investigates Computer network, Linear network coding, Distributed computing, Network packet and Theoretical computer science. Her Computer network study incorporates themes from Synchronization, Communication channel and Refresh rate. The Linear network coding study combines topics in areas such as Network architecture and Coding.
Her work focuses on many connections between Distributed computing and other disciplines, such as Queueing theory, that overlap with her field of interest in Download, Redundancy, Server, Response time and Latency. Her Network packet research focuses on Transmission and how it relates to Node, Metric and Multicast network. The various areas that Emina Soljanin examines in her Theoretical computer science study include Flow network, Network delay, Network topology, Decoding methods and Multicast.
Her primary areas of study are Computer network, Algorithm, Distributed computing, Redundancy and Theoretical computer science. Her study in Computer network concentrates on Linear network coding and Network packet. Her Algorithm study incorporates themes from Encoder and Communication channel.
Her Distributed computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Download, Latency and Queueing theory. Emina Soljanin focuses mostly in the field of Redundancy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Binary erasure channel and, in certain cases, Real-time computing. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Theoretical computer science, Metric is strongly linked to Multicast.
Emina Soljanin focuses on Redundancy, Distributed computing, Distributed data store, Server and Replication. Her Redundancy research incorporates elements of Node and Computer network. In general Computer network study, her work on Protocol often relates to the realm of Covert, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Emina Soljanin has researched Distributed computing in several fields, including Latency, Random variable and Erasure code. Her Distributed data store research includes themes of Data access, Download, Load balancing and Upper and lower bounds. Her study focuses on the intersection of Download and fields such as Queue with connections in the field of Queueing theory.
Distributed computing, Redundancy, Server, Erasure code and Upper and lower bounds are her primary areas of study. Her work in the fields of Distributed computing, such as Replication, overlaps with other areas such as Erasure. In her work, Distributed data store is strongly intertwined with Download, which is a subfield of Replication.
Redundancy is closely attributed to Queueing theory in her work. The Server study combines topics in areas such as Speedup and Random variable. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reed–Muller code, Algorithm and Code.
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Network Coding Fundamentals
Christina Fragouli;Emina Soljanin.
Information flow decomposition for network coding
C. Fragouli;E. Soljanin.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2006)
Network Coding Applications
Christina Fragouli;Emina Soljanin.
On the Delay-Storage Trade-Off in Content Download from Coded Distributed Storage Systems
Gauri Joshi;Yanpei Liu;Emina Soljanin.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2014)
Extraction of perceptually important colors and similarity measurement for image matching, retrieval and analysis
A. Mojsilovic;H. Hu;E. Soljanin.
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing (2002)
Status updates through M/G/1/1 queues with HARQ
Elie Najm;Roy Yates;Emina Soljanin.
international symposium on information theory (2017)
On Wiretap Networks II
S.Y. El Rouayheb;E. Soljanin.
international symposium on information theory (2007)
Asymptotic Spectra of Trapping Sets in Regular and Irregular LDPC Code Ensembles
O. Milenkovic;E. Soljanin;P. Whiting.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2007)
Secure Network Coding for Wiretap Networks of Type II
S. El Rouayheb;E. Soljanin;A. Sprintson.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2012)
Decentralized Coding Algorithms for Distributed Storage in Wireless Sensor Networks
Zhenning Kong;S. Aly;E. Soljanin.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2010)
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