Jeff Burke has researched Human–computer interaction in several fields, including User interface, Software system and Embedded system. His Content based networking research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Network architecture, Content centric, Content centric networking and Information-centric networking. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Network architecture and Implementation in his work.
His main research concerns World Wide Web, Computer network, Participatory sensing, Computer security and Content based networking. Jeff Burke interconnects Control and Network packet in the investigation of issues within World Wide Web. His Computer security research includes elements of Data exchange, The Internet, Content centric networking and Host.
His Content based networking research incorporates themes from Routing and Content centric. His Wireless sensor network research also works with subjects such as
Computer network, Content based networking, Multimedia, Network architecture and Synchronization are his primary areas of study. His Content based networking research integrates issues from Device to device, Phase and Documentation. His Multimedia research incorporates elements of Protocol stack, World Wide Web, Virtual reality and Control.
His research in World Wide Web intersects with topics in Namespace, Network packet and Resilience. Network architecture is a primary field of his research addressed under Computer security. In his study, Jeff Burke carries out multidisciplinary Synchronization and Implementation research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Network architecture, Augmented reality, Synchronization and Multicast. His study in Home automation extends to Computer network with its themes. His Network architecture study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software architecture and The Internet.
His studies in Augmented reality integrate themes in fields like Network packet, Resilience, Multimedia, World Wide Web and Virtual reality. His Synchronization study combines topics in areas such as Interoperation, Trust management, Internet Protocol and Cloud computing. He has included themes like Content based networking and Subject in his Multicast study.
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Named data networking
Lixia Zhang;Alexander Afanasyev;Jeffrey Burke;Van Jacobson.
acm special interest group on data communication (2014)
Named Data Networking (NDN) Project
Lixia Zhang;Deborah Estrin;Jeffrey Burke;Van Jacobson.
Using mobile phones to determine transportation modes
Sasank Reddy;Min Mun;Jeff Burke;Deborah Estrin.
ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (2010)
PEIR, the personal environmental impact report, as a platform for participatory sensing systems research
Min Mun;Sasank Reddy;Katie Shilton;Nathan Yau.
international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services (2009)
Mobiscopes for Human Spaces
Tarek Abdelzaher;Yaw Anokwa;Peter Boda;Jeffrey A Burke.
IEEE Pervasive Computing (2007)
Image browsing, processing, and clustering for participatory sensing: lessons from a DietSense prototype
Sasank Reddy;Andrew Parker;Josh Hyman;Jeff Burke.
ieee workshop on embedded networked sensors (2007)
Participatory Sensing: A Citizen-Powered Approach to Illuminating the Patterns that Shape our World
Jeffrey Goldman;Katie Shilton;Jeffrey A. Burke;Deborah Estrin.
Personal data vaults: a locus of control for personal data streams
Min Mun;Shuai Hao;Nilesh Mishra;Katie Shilton.
conference on emerging network experiment and technology (2010)
Determining transportation mode on mobile phones
S. Reddy;J. Burke;D. Estrin;M. Hansen.
international symposium on wearable computers (2008)
Securing building management systems using named data networking
Wentao Shang;Qiuhan Ding;Alessandro Marianantoni;Jeff Burke.
IEEE Network (2014)
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