His main research concerns Computer network, Fair queuing, Bandwidth, Traffic generation model and Distributed computing. His work in Computer network addresses issues such as The Internet, which are connected to fields such as Quality of service. His study in Fair queuing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Distributed algorithm, Stochastic process and Fairness measure.
His work on Dynamic bandwidth allocation as part of general Bandwidth study is frequently linked to Page cache, Smart Cache and Cache pollution, bridging the gap between disciplines. As part of the same scientific family, James Roberts usually focuses on Traffic generation model, concentrating on Network traffic control and intersecting with Admission control. His Distributed computing research integrates issues from Node, Optimization problem, Server and Heuristics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Network packet, Distributed computing, The Internet and Scheduling. Much of his study explores Computer network relationship to Throughput. His Network packet research incorporates themes from Flow, Service quality, Queue, Priority queue and Real-time computing.
The various areas that James Roberts examines in his Queue study include Queueing theory and Topology. His study looks at the relationship between Distributed computing and fields such as Network traffic control, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. The Scheduling study combines topics in areas such as Stochastic process and Fairness measure.
James Roberts mainly focuses on Computer network, Cache, Bandwidth, Distributed computing and The Internet. James Roberts performs multidisciplinary study in Computer network and Context in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Object and Algorithm in addition to Cache.
His research investigates the connection between Bandwidth and topics such as File sharing that intersect with problems in Traffic mix. His research on Distributed computing also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Computer network, The Internet, Mathematical optimization, Computer cluster and Bandwidth. Computer network is frequently linked to Computer hardware in his study. As a member of one scientific family, James Roberts mostly works in the field of The Internet, focusing on Network traffic control and, on occasion, Internet backbone, Internet transit and Internet Connection Sharing.
His Mathematical optimization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stochastic process, Scheduling and Disk storage. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Computer cluster, Algorithm and Distributed computing is strongly linked to Bottleneck. He studied Bandwidth and File sharing that intersect with Cache.
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Object replication strategies in content distribution networks
Jussi Kangasharju;James Roberts;Keith W. Ross.
Computer Communications (2002)
Broadband Network Teletraffic: Final Report of Action COST 242
James Roberts;Ugo Mocci;Jorma Virtamo;Allan T. Andersen.
Statistical bandwidth sharing: a study of congestion at flow level
S. Ben Fred;T. Bonald;A. Proutiere;G. Régnié.
acm special interest group on data communication (2001)
Bandwidth sharing: objectives and algorithms
Laurent Massoulié;James Roberts.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2002)
Bandwidth sharing and admission control for elastic traffic
L. Massoulié;J. W. Roberts.
Telecommunication Systems (2000)
Impact of traffic mix on caching performance in a content-centric network
Christine Fricker;Philippe Robert;James Roberts;Nada Sbihi.
international conference on computer communications (2012)
A versatile and accurate approximation for LRU cache performance
Christine Fricker;Philippe Robert;James Roberts.
international teletraffic congress (2012)
The superposition of variable bit rate sources in an ATM multiplexer
I. Norros;J.W. Roberts;A. Simonian;J.T. Virtamo.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1991)
Traffic theory and the Internet
IEEE Communications Magazine (2001)
Broadband Network Traffic
James Roberts;Ugo Mocci;Jorma Virtamo.
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