His primary areas of study are Computer network, Optical burst switching, Queueing theory, Blocking and Layered queueing network. His research ties Wavelength-division multiplexing and Computer network together. His studies deal with areas such as Telecommunications network, Label switching, Burst switching and Packet switching as well as Optical burst switching.
His Queueing theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Queue, Theoretical computer science and Bibliography. His Blocking research includes themes of Path, Mathematical optimization and Mesh networking. His Layered queueing network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Blocking and Connection, Topology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Queueing theory, Real-time computing, Distributed computing and Layered queueing network. His Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Wavelength-division multiplexing and Optical burst switching. The Optical burst switching study which covers Burst switching that intersects with Optical switch.
His Queueing theory research integrates issues from Algorithm, Approximation algorithm, Queue, Blocking and Topology. His study in Distributed computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Throughput and Server. As part of one scientific family, Harry G. Perros deals mainly with the area of Layered queueing network, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mathematical optimization, and often Upper and lower bounds.
Harry G. Perros mainly focuses on Real-time computing, Computer network, Quality of service, Cloud computing and Bandwidth allocation. His Real-time computing study incorporates themes from Network packet, Jitter, Traffic model, Markovian arrival process and Vbr video. He has included themes like Percentile, Queueing theory and End-to-end delay in his Jitter study.
His work carried out in the field of Queueing theory brings together such families of science as Queue, FIFO and Exponential distribution. Harry G. Perros combines Computer network and Dijkstra's algorithm in his research. His studies in Quality of service integrate themes in fields like Control, Polling, Transmission and Multicast.
His main research concerns Real-time computing, Multimedia, The Internet, Cloud computing and Computer security. His work deals with themes such as Transmission delay, Processing delay, Network packet, Queue and Vbr video, which intersect with Real-time computing. His Network packet research includes elements of Process, Quality of experience, Queueing theory and Jitter.
The Multimedia study combines topics in areas such as Quality of service, Video server and Real Time Streaming Protocol. He has researched Cloud computing in several fields, including Trust management and Service. His Service provider research extends to Computer security, which is thematically connected.
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Techniques for optical packet switching and optical burst switching
Lisong Xu;H.G. Perros;G. Rouskas.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2001)
Call admission control schemes: a review
H.G. Perros;K.M. Elsayed.
IEEE Communications Magazine (1996)
JumpStart: a just-in-time signaling architecture for WDM burst-switched networks
I. Baldine;G.N. Rouskas;H.G. Perros;D. Stevenson.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2002)
Queueing networks with blocking: a bibliography
H. G. Perros.
measurement and modeling of computer systems (1984)
Service Performance and Analysis in Cloud Computing
Kaiqi Xiong;Harry Perros.
ieee congress on services (2009)
An introduction to optical burst switching
T. Battestilli;H. Perros.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2003)
Approximate analysis of open networks of queues with blocking: Tandem configurations
H. G. Perros;T. Altiok.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1986)
SDN-based solutions for Moving Target Defense network protection
Panos Kampanakis;Harry G. Perros;Tsegereda Beyene.
world of wireless mobile and multimedia networks (2014)
A path decomposition approach for computing blocking probabilities in wavelength-routing networks
Yuhong Zhu;George N. Rouskas;Harry G. Perros.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2000)
Queueing Networks with Blocking: Exact and Approximate Solutions
Harry G. Perros.
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