Kang-Won Lee mostly deals with Computer network, Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Virtual machine and Real-time computing. Kang-Won Lee combines subjects such as Key and Video quality with his study of Computer network. The study incorporates disciplines such as Network architecture, Scalability, Service, Server and Mobile computing in addition to Distributed computing.
His work in Server addresses subjects such as Scheme, which are connected to disciplines such as Resource allocation. His Cloud computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bidding and Graph. The various areas that Kang-Won Lee examines in his Real-time computing study include Set and Data mining.
Computer network, Distributed computing, Real-time computing, Server and Node are his primary areas of study. His Computer network research includes elements of Wireless, Wireless ad hoc network and Wireless network. His Distributed computing research incorporates themes from Network architecture, Scalability, Resource allocation, Network topology and Scheduling.
Kang-Won Lee has researched Resource allocation in several fields, including Cloud computing and Theoretical computer science. His studies in Server integrate themes in fields like Scheme and Workload. His Mobile ad hoc network research includes themes of Content management, Mobile device and Mobile computing.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Scheduling and Wireless. His work deals with themes such as Wireless network and Mobile device, which intersect with Computer network. The Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Default gateway, Network topology and Network architecture, Network management station.
His Network topology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Key and Topology. The concepts of his Cloud computing study are interwoven with issues in Graph, Resource allocation, Theoretical computer science, Bidding and Server. His Wireless study incorporates themes from Set and Mobile computing.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Server and Theoretical computer science. His work on Transmission scheduling as part of general Computer network study is frequently linked to Internet of Things, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Kang-Won Lee interconnects Network architecture, Network management station, Wireless, Scalability and Network topology in the investigation of issues within Distributed computing.
His research integrates issues of Graph, Bidding and Real-time computing in his study of Cloud computing. His Server research integrates issues from Computer program, Scheduling, Virtual machine and Resource allocation. The concepts of his Theoretical computer science study are interwoven with issues in Routing and Mobility model.
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Application-aware virtual machine migration in data centers
Vivek Shrivastava;Petros Zerfos;Kang-won Lee;Hani Jamjoom.
international conference on computer communications (2011)
The TIMELY adaptive resource management architecture
V. Bharghavan;Kang-Won Lee;Songwu Lu;Sungwon Ha.
IEEE Personal Communications (1998)
An integrated source transcoding and congestion control paradigm for video streaming in the Internet
R. Puri;Kang-Won Lee;K. Ramchandran;V. Bharghavan.
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (2001)
Internet robot detection for network distributable markup
Seraphin B. Calo;Kang-won Lee;Kyoungsoo Park.
Optimal bidding in spot instance market
Yang Song;Murtaza Zafer;Kang-Won Lee.
international conference on computer communications (2012)
Policy-based management of networked computing systems
D. Agrawal;Kang-Won Lee;J. Lobo.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2005)
Effects of iron oxidation state on the surface and structural properties of smectites
Joseph W. Stucki;Kangwon Lee;Lingzhi Zhang;Richard A. Larson.
Pure and Applied Chemistry (2002)
Forward error correction (FEC) codes based multiple description coding for internet video streaming and multicast
Rohit Puri;Kannan Ramchandran;Kang-Won Lee;Vaduvur Bharghavan.
Signal Processing-image Communication (2001)
Adaptive server selection for large scale interactive online games
Kang-Won Lee;Bong-Jun Ko;Seraphin Calo.
Computer Networks (2005)
D. Agrawal;J. Giles;Kang-Won Lee;J. Lobo.
ieee international workshop on policies for distributed systems and networks (2005)
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