2012 - ACM Fellow For contributions to the design and modeling of computer networks and Internet applications.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, The Internet, Distributed computing, Bandwidth and Peer-to-peer. His work in Computer network is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Upload. His study in The Internet is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Multimedia, Service and Top-down and bottom-up design.
His work deals with themes such as Sensitivity, Telecommunications network, Hash function, Relation and Blocking, which intersect with Distributed computing. He interconnects Connection, Integrated Services Digital Network and Protocol in the investigation of issues within Bandwidth. His work on Distributed hash table as part of general Peer-to-peer study is frequently linked to Video quality, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Keith W. Ross mainly investigates Computer network, Mathematical optimization, The Internet, Computer security and Distributed computing. His Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Real-time computing and Upload. The study incorporates disciplines such as Markov decision process, Constraint and Reinforcement learning in addition to Mathematical optimization.
His The Internet research incorporates elements of Multimedia and Top-down and bottom-up design. Keith W. Ross has researched Computer security in several fields, including BitTorrent and Internet privacy. Distributed computing is closely attributed to Scheduling in his research.
Keith W. Ross focuses on Reinforcement learning, Computer security, Internet privacy, Anonymity and Mathematical optimization. His Computer security study incorporates themes from Reputation system and Global Positioning System. His studies in Anonymity integrate themes in fields like World Wide Web, Social network and Scale.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mathematical optimization, Sequence and Markov chain is strongly linked to Upper and lower bounds. His study looks at the relationship between Privacy protection and topics such as Information privacy, which overlap with Computer network. Computer network is closely attributed to The Internet in his study.
His main research concerns Internet privacy, Computer security, Anonymity, Social network and Information leakage. The concepts of his Internet privacy study are interwoven with issues in Compromise, Order, Online and offline and Personally identifiable information. His work in the fields of Computer security, such as Privacy protection and Exploit, overlaps with other areas such as Trilateration and Public attention.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer network, Information privacy and Privacy preserving. His work carried out in the field of Anonymity brings together such families of science as Pornography, The Internet and Focus. The various areas that Keith W. Ross examines in his Social network study include Relation and Service.
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Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet
James F. Kurose;Keith W. Ross.
A Measurement Study of a Large-Scale P2P IPTV System
Xiaojun Hei;Chao Liang;Jian Liang;Yong Liu.
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (2007)
Multiservice Loss Models for Broadband Telecommunication Networks
Keith W. Ross;Peter J. Hancock.
Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach
James F. Kurose;Keith W. Ross.
Can internet video-on-demand be profitable?
Cheng Huang;Jin Li;Keith W. Ross.
acm special interest group on data communication (2007)
Object replication strategies in content distribution networks
Jussi Kangasharju;James Roberts;Keith W. Ross.
Computer Communications (2002)
Pollution in P2P file sharing systems
J. Liang;R. Kumar;Y. Xi;K.W. Ross.
international conference on computer communications (2005)
Stochastic Fluid Theory for P2P Streaming Systems
R. Kumar;Yong Liu;K. Ross.
ieee international conference computer and communications (2007)
Hierarchical peer-to-peer systems
Luis Garcés-Erice;Ernst W. Biersack;Keith W. Ross;Pascal Felber.
Parallel Processing Letters (2003)
Video-on-demand over ATM: constant-rate transmission and transport
J.M. McManus;K.W. Ross.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1996)
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