2001 - ACM Fellow For the development of the theory of dynamic failure in real-time fault-tolerant computing.
1992 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the theory of dynamic failure in real-time computing systems
Kang G. Shin spends much of his time researching Computer network, Real-time computing, Distributed computing, Scheduling and Quality of service. He is studying Network packet, which is a component of Computer network. His Real-time computing study combines topics in areas such as Signature, Application software, Cognitive radio, Fault tolerance and Embedded system.
The Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Control system, Real-time Control System, Interconnection and Parallel computing. His Scheduling research integrates issues from Computational complexity theory, Redundancy and Message passing. His Quality of service research includes themes of Cellular network, Packet switching, Queueing theory and Mobile QoS.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Distributed computing, Real-time computing, Scheduling and Embedded system. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wireless, Throughput and Communication channel. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Link-state routing protocol, Routing protocol, Resource allocation and Synchronization.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Real-time operating system and Real-time computing. As part of his studies on Embedded system, Kang G. Shin frequently links adjacent subjects like Operating system. His research in Quality of service is mostly concerned with Admission control.
Kang G. Shin mainly investigates Computer network, Computer security, Embedded system, Wireless and Real-time computing. His studies deal with areas such as Wireless network, Throughput and Communication channel as well as Computer network. His research in Embedded system intersects with topics in Battery, Android, Mobile device and Exploit.
His Wireless study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transmitter, Transmission, Interference and Spectral efficiency. His work deals with themes such as Cellular network and Base station, which intersect with Spectral efficiency. He performs integrative study on Real-time computing and Phone in his works.
His primary scientific interests are in Embedded system, Real-time computing, Computer security, Computer network and Distributed computing. His work carried out in the field of Embedded system brings together such families of science as Exploit, Battery, Android and Steering system. The concepts of his Real-time computing study are interwoven with issues in Wireless, Middleware and Use case.
His Computer network research focuses on Packet forwarding in particular. He has included themes like Volume, Temporal isolation among virtual machines, Scheduling and Software in his Distributed computing study. Kang G. Shin works mostly in the field of Communication channel, limiting it down to concerns involving Network packet and, occasionally, Throughput.
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Real-time dynamic voltage scaling for low-power embedded operating systems
Padmanabhan Pillai;Kang G. Shin.
symposium on operating systems principles (2001)
Minimum-time control of robotic manipulators with geometric path constraints
Kang Shin;N. McKay.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1985)
Efficient Discovery of Spectrum Opportunities with MAC-Layer Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks
Hyoil Kim;K.G. Shin.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2008)
Detecting SYN flooding attacks
Haining Wang;Danlu Zhang;Kang G. Shin.
international conference on computer communications (2002)
A self-configuring RED gateway
W.-C. Feng;D.D. Kandlur;D. Saha;K.G. Shin.
international conference on computer communications (1999)
Performance guarantees for Web server end-systems: a control-theoretical approach
T.F. Abdelzaher;K.G. Shin;N. Bhatti.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2002)
Goodput analysis and link adaptation for IEEE 802.11a wireless LANs
Daji Qiao;Sunghyun Choi;K.G. Shin.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2002)
The BLUE active queue management algorithms
Wu-chang Feng;Kang G. Shin;Dilip D. Kandlur;Debanjan Saha.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2002)
Adaptive control of virtualized resources in utility computing environments
Pradeep Padala;Kang G. Shin;Xiaoyun Zhu;Mustafa Uysal.
european conference on computer systems (2007)
Hop-count filtering: an effective defense against spoofed DDoS traffic
Cheng Jin;Haining Wang;Kang G. Shin.
computer and communications security (2003)
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