Jens B. Schmitt mainly investigates Computer network, Wireless sensor network, Distributed computing, Network calculus and Key distribution in wireless sensor networks. Within one scientific family, Jens B. Schmitt focuses on topics pertaining to Wireless under Computer network, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Communication channel. His study looks at the relationship between Wireless sensor network and fields such as Calculus, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The various areas that Jens B. Schmitt examines in his Distributed computing study include Field, Network topology, Priority queue, Intrusion detection system and Multiplexing. His study on Network calculus is covered under Quality of service. His Key distribution in wireless sensor networks research incorporates themes from Key generation, Key management, Robustness and Fading.
Jens B. Schmitt spends much of his time researching Computer network, Distributed computing, Network calculus, Quality of service and Wireless sensor network. His studies in Computer network integrate themes in fields like Wireless, Wireless network, The Internet and Computer security. His study focuses on the intersection of Distributed computing and fields such as Scheduling with connections in the field of Admission control.
His studies deal with areas such as Flow, Probabilistic logic, Queueing theory, Mathematical optimization and Multiplexing as well as Network calculus. His work is dedicated to discovering how Quality of service, Integrated services are connected with Resource allocation and other disciplines. In his research, Node is intimately related to Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, which falls under the overarching field of Wireless sensor network.
Jens B. Schmitt focuses on Network calculus, Mathematical optimization, Flow, Probabilistic logic and Queueing theory. His Network calculus research includes elements of Network topology, Multiplexing, Bounding overwatch and Applied mathematics. His Mathematical optimization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Queue, Computation and Algebraic number.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Queueing theory, Control, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Mobile wireless sensor network, Time division multiple access and Node is strongly linked to Calculus. His work carried out in the field of Tree brings together such families of science as Wireless sensor network, Computer network and End-to-end delay. His Computer network study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Wireless.
His primary areas of investigation include Network calculus, Mathematical optimization, Wireless sensor network, Wireless and Flow. The Network calculus study combines topics in areas such as Network delay, End-to-end delay, Ranging, Scheduling and Multiplexing. His Wireless sensor network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crowdsourcing, Real-time computing, Spoofing attack and Global Positioning System.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Collision, Collision avoidance, Campus network and Simulation in addition to Wireless. Campus network is a subfield of Computer network that Jens B. Schmitt studies. His work on Blocking as part of general Computer network research is frequently linked to Jamming, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Brand awareness in business markets: When is it related to firm performance?
Christian Homburg;Martin Klarmann;Jens Schmitt.
International Journal of Research in Marketing (2010)
Short paper: reactive jamming in wireless networks: how realistic is the threat?
Matthias Wilhelm;Ivan Martinovic;Jens B. Schmitt;Vincent Lenders.
wireless network security (2011)
Sensor network calculus – a framework for worst case analysis
Jens B. Schmitt;Utz Roedig.
distributed computing in sensor systems (2005)
Subjective impression of variations in layer encoded videos
Michael Zink;Oliver Künzel;Jens Schmitt;Ralf Steinmetz.
international workshop on quality of service (2003)
Node deployment in large wireless sensor networks: coverage, energy consumption, and worst-case delay
Wint Yi Poe;Jens B. Schmitt.
asian internet engineering conference (2009)
Who do you sync you are?: smartphone fingerprinting via application behaviour
Tim Stöber;Mario Frank;Jens Schmitt;Ivan Martinovic.
wireless network security (2013)
Delay Bounds under Arbitrary Multiplexing: When Network Calculus Leaves You in the Lurch...
J.B. Schmitt;F.A. Zdarsky;M. Fidler.
international conference on computer communications (2008)
On realistic network topologies for simulation
Oliver Heckmann;Michael Piringer;Jens Schmitt;Ralf Steinmetz.
acm special interest group on data communication (2003)
The DISCO network calculator: a toolbox for worst case analysis
Jens B. Schmitt;Frank A. Zdarsky.
performance evaluation methodolgies and tools (2006)
Layer-encoded video in scalable adaptive streaming
M. Zink;J. Schmitt;R. Steinmetz.
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (2005)
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