Gil Zussman focuses on Computer network, Distributed computing, Wireless, Wireless network and Telecommunications network. In general Computer network, his work in Network topology and Network planning and design is often linked to Equilibrium behavior linking many areas of study. Gil Zussman has researched Distributed computing in several fields, including Wireless Routing Protocol, Optimized Link State Routing Protocol, Link-state routing protocol, Dynamic Source Routing and Anycast.
His work on Physical layer as part of general Wireless research is frequently linked to Transmitter, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Wireless network course of study focuses on Distributed algorithm and Scheduling, Steiner tree problem and Approximation algorithm. Gil Zussman has researched Telecommunications network in several fields, including Power grid, Probabilistic logic and Vulnerability.
Gil Zussman mainly focuses on Wireless, Computer network, Distributed computing, Testbed and Wireless network. His research integrates issues of Energy harvesting and Electronic engineering, Bandwidth, Wideband in his study of Wireless. His study in Computer network is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Throughput and Vulnerability.
His studies deal with areas such as Node, Wireless ad hoc network and Approximation algorithm as well as Distributed computing. His Wireless network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Distributed algorithm and Mathematical optimization. Gil Zussman interconnects Graph theory and Bipartite graph in the investigation of issues within Network topology.
His primary scientific interests are in Wireless, Testbed, Wideband, Electronic engineering and Computer network. His work deals with themes such as Bandwidth and Antenna, which intersect with Wireless. His research on Testbed also deals with topics like
His Multicast study in the realm of Computer network interacts with subjects such as Line. His Throughput research includes elements of Artificial neural network, Scheduling, Physical layer and Heterogeneous network. Gil Zussman works mostly in the field of Distributed computing, limiting it down to topics relating to Resilience and, in certain cases, Transmission, as a part of the same area of interest.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Wireless, Artificial neural network, Throughput, Testbed and Computer network. His Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Interference and Software-defined radio. His Throughput study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Scheduling, Communication channel, Heterogeneous network and Dynamic resource.
His Testbed research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, Computer hardware and Free-space optical communication. His Computer network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wireless network and Physical layer. His work investigates the relationship between Bluetooth and topics such as Transmission that intersect with problems in Network topology.
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Assessing the vulnerability of the fiber infrastructure to disasters
Sebastian Neumayer;Gil Zussman;Reuven Cohen;Eytan Modiano.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2011)
The resilience of WDM networks to probabilistic geographical failures
Pankaj K. Agarwal;Alon Efrat;Shashidhara K. Ganjugunte;David Hay.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2013)
Maximizing throughput in wireless networks via gossiping
Eytan Modiano;Devavrat Shah;Gil Zussman.
measurement and modeling of computer systems (2006)
Networking Low-Power Energy Harvesting Devices: Measurements and Algorithms
M. Gorlatova;A. Wallwater;G. Zussman.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2013)
Energy efficient routing in ad hoc disaster recovery networks
G. Zussman;A. Segall.
international conference on computer communications (2003)
Movers and Shakers: Kinetic Energy Harvesting for the Internet of Things
Maria Gorlatova;John Sarik;Guy Grebla;Mina Cong.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2015)
Power Grid Vulnerability to Geographically Correlated Failures - Analysis and Control Implications
Andrey Bernstein;Daniel Bienstock;David Hay;Meric Uzunoglu.
international conference on computer communications (2014)
Enabling distributed throughput maximization in wireless mesh networks: a partitioning approach
Andrew Brzezinski;Gil Zussman;Eytan Modiano.
acm/ieee international conference on mobile computing and networking (2006)
MAC for Networks with Multipacket Reception Capability and Spatially Distributed Nodes
G.D. Celik;G. Zussman;W.F. Khan;E. Modiano.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2010)
Energy harvesting active networked tags (EnHANTs) for ubiquitous object networking
Maria Gorlatova;P Kinget;Ioannis Kymissis;D Rubenstein.
IEEE Wireless Communications (2010)
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