Leonard Barolli spends much of his time researching Computer network, Distributed computing, Wireless mesh network, Wireless and Node. His Computer network research incorporates themes from Wireless ad hoc network and Wireless network. His Distributed computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computational intelligence, Simulation system, Grid, Real-time computing and Wireless broadband.
The various areas that Leonard Barolli examines in his Wireless mesh network study include Simulated annealing, Mesh networking and Router. His Wireless research includes themes of Wireless sensor network and Fuzzy logic. He combines subjects such as Genetic algorithm and Particle swarm optimization with his study of Node.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Distributed computing, Fuzzy logic, Node and Routing protocol. The Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Wireless, Wireless ad hoc network and Wireless mesh network. His Distributed computing research includes elements of Wireless network, Wireless sensor network, Grid and Network topology.
Leonard Barolli usually deals with Fuzzy logic and limits it to topics linked to Selection and Task. His Node research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Simulated annealing and Genetic algorithm. Leonard Barolli interconnects Mobile ad hoc network, Testbed and Throughput in the investigation of issues within Optimized Link State Routing Protocol.
Leonard Barolli mainly investigates Fuzzy logic, Computer network, Node, Distributed computing and Wireless mesh network. His Fuzzy logic research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless, Wireless ad hoc network, Admission control, Testbed and Event. His work investigates the relationship between Wireless ad hoc network and topics such as Edge computing that intersect with problems in Software deployment.
His Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Wireless network, Energy and Selection. In his research, Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution is intimately related to Cloud computing, which falls under the overarching field of Distributed computing. His study on Wireless mesh network also encompasses disciplines like
Computer network, Fuzzy logic, Node, Distributed computing and Wireless mesh network are his primary areas of study. Leonard Barolli has researched Computer network in several fields, including Energy, Centrality and Selection. The study incorporates disciplines such as Software-defined networking, Wireless ad hoc network, Vehicular ad hoc network, Real-time computing and Testbed in addition to Fuzzy logic.
His work carried out in the field of Node brings together such families of science as Intelligent decision support system and Event. His work deals with themes such as Wireless, Wireless network, Communications system and Normal distribution, which intersect with Distributed computing. His research in Wireless mesh network intersects with topics in Genetic algorithm, Particle swarm optimization and Uniform distribution.
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Emergency Broadcast Protocol for Inter-Vehicle Communications
M. Durresi;A. Durresi;L. Barolli.
international conference on parallel and distributed systems (2005)
Towards a smart world and ubiquitous intelligence: A walkthrough from smart things to smart hyperspaces and UbicKids
Jianhua Ma;Laurence Tianruo Yang;Bernady O. Apduhan;Runhe Huang.
International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications (2005)
JXTA-Overlay: A P2P Platform for Distributed, Collaborative, and Ubiquitous Computing
Leonard Barolli;F Xhafa.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2011)
A QoS routing method for ad-hoc networks based on genetic algorithm
L. Barolli;A. Koyama;N. Shiratori.
database and expert systems applications (2003)
Using mobile devices to support online collaborative learning
Santi Caballé;Fatos Xhafa;Leonard Barolli.
Mobile Information Systems (2010)
Experimental Performance Evaluation of a Pro-Active Ad-hoc Routing Protocol in Out- and Indoor Scenarios
G. De Marco;M. Ikeda;Tao Yang;L. Barolli.
advanced information networking and applications (2007)
Batch mode scheduling in grid systems
Fatos Xhafa;Leonard Barolli;Arjan Durresi.
International Journal of Web and Grid Services (2007)
Ad Hoc and Neighborhood Search Methods for Placement of Mesh Routers in Wireless Mesh Networks
Fatos Xhafa;Christian Sanchez;Leonard Barolli.
international conference on distributed computing systems workshops (2009)
GAMAN : A GA Based QoS Routing Method for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks
Leonard Barolli;Akio Koyama;Takuo Suganuma;Norio Shiratori.
Journal of Interconnection Networks (2003)
Improvement of JXTA protocols for supporting reliable distributed applications in P2P systems
Fatos Xhafa;Raul Fernandez;Thanasis Daradoumis;Leonard Barolli.
network based information systems (2007)
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