His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Energy consumption, Ethernet, Network packet and The Internet. Borrowing concepts from Label switching, Ken Christensen weaves in ideas under Computer network. The study incorporates disciplines such as Telecommunications, Efficient energy use and Power management in addition to Energy consumption.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Energy and Local area network. His research integrates issues of Queue, Queueing theory, Real-time computing and Crossbar switch in his study of Network packet. The various areas that Ken Christensen examines in his The Internet study include Host and Sleep.
His main research concerns Computer network, Ethernet, Network packet, Real-time computing and The Internet. His research in Computer network focuses on subjects like Efficient energy use, which are connected to Energy consumption and Energy conservation. His Energy consumption research includes themes of Electricity, Telecommunications, Power management and Networking hardware.
His studies in Ethernet integrate themes in fields like Exponential backoff and Physical layer. His study in Real-time computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Frame, Energy and Transmission. His The Internet study incorporates themes from Distributed computing, File server and Server.
Ken Christensen mainly investigates Data center, Server, Telecommunications, Electric power distribution and Computer network. His Data center study also includes fields such as
Ken Christensen is involved in the study of Efficient energy use that focuses on Energy-Efficient Ethernet in particular. His Telecommunications research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ethernet, DC motor, USB and Library science. His Electric power distribution study also includes
Ken Christensen mostly deals with Electrical engineering, Electric power distribution, Electric power system, Power engineering and Power optimizer. Ken Christensen integrates Electrical engineering and Context in his research. His work carried out in the field of Electric power distribution brings together such families of science as Microgrid, Renewable energy, Stand-alone power system and Reliability.
When carried out as part of a general Electric power system research project, his work on Power budget is frequently linked to work in AC adapter, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Power engineering research integrates issues from Scope, Telecommunications, Ethernet, USB and DC motor.
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Reducing the Energy Consumption of Ethernet with Adaptive Link Rate (ALR)
C. Gunaratne;K. Christensen;B. Nordman;S. Suen.
IEEE Transactions on Computers (2008)
IEEE 802.3az: the road to energy efficient ethernet
Ken Christensen;P Reviriego;B Nordman;M Bennett.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2010)
Managing energy consumption costs in desktop PCs and LAN switches with proxying, split TCP connections, and scaling of link speed
Chamara Gunaratne;Ken Christensen;Bruce Nordman.
International Journal of Network Management (2005)
The next frontier for communications networks: power management
Kenneth J. Christensen;Chamara Gunaratne;Bruce Nordman;Alan D. George.
Computer Communications (2004)
The potential impact of green technologies in next-generation wireline networks: Is there room for energy saving optimization?
R. Bolla;F. Davoli;R. Bruschi;K. Christensen.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2011)
Measuring building occupancy using existing network infrastructure
Ryan Melfi;Ben Rosenblum;Bruce Nordman;Ken Christensen.
2011 International Green Computing Conference and Workshops (2011)
Method and system in a local area network switch for dynamically changing operating modes
Kenesu Jiyushii Kurisunsen;Maikeru Suchiiibun Shiigeru;Nooman Kuraaku Sutorooru;Reimondo Ruisu Jinsuzu Jiyunia.
NGL02-2: Ethernet Adaptive Link Rate (ALR): Analysis of a Buffer Threshold Policy
C. Gunaratne;K. Christensen;S.W. Suen.
global communications conference (2006)
An Initial Evaluation of Energy Efficient Ethernet
P Reviriego;K Christensen;J Rabanillo;J A Maestro.
IEEE Communications Letters (2011)
Method and system for distributing network routing functions to local area network stations
Norman Eugene Cox;Kenneth J. Christensen;Jim P. Ervin;Richard Colbert Matlack.
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