Louise E. Moser mostly deals with Distributed computing, Computer network, Fault tolerance, Multicast and Local area network. The study incorporates disciplines such as Failure detector and Detector in addition to Distributed computing. As part of her studies on Computer network, she often connects relevant areas like Radio resource management.
Her Fault tolerance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Replication and Embedded system. In her research, Group, Computer security, Order and State machine replication is intimately related to Communication in small groups, which falls under the overarching field of Multicast. Her Local area network research integrates issues from Scalability, Two-phase commit protocol and Broadcast communication network.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Distributed computing, Computer network, Fault tolerance, Common Object Request Broker Architecture and Multicast. Her Replication study, which is part of a larger body of work in Distributed computing, is frequently linked to Replica, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Local area network, Communication in small groups and Communications protocol study in the realm of Computer network interacts with subjects such as Totem.
Her work on Software fault tolerance as part of general Fault tolerance study is frequently linked to Control reconfiguration, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Common Object Request Broker Architecture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Object, Object request broker and Middleware. Louise E. Moser interconnects Latency and Communications system in the investigation of issues within Multicast.
Her primary areas of investigation include Computer network, The Internet, Distributed computing, World Wide Web and Information retrieval. Louise E. Moser has included themes like Wi-Fi Direct, Android and Mobile device in her Computer network study. Her The Internet study incorporates themes from Data mining, Message forwarding, Filter, Multicast and Service-oriented architecture.
Her Fault tolerance and Byzantine fault tolerance investigations are all subjects of Distributed computing research. When carried out as part of a general Fault tolerance research project, her work on Software fault tolerance is frequently linked to work in Replica, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The World Wide Web study which covers Service that intersects with Personally identifiable information, Variety, Factor and Wireless.
Louise E. Moser mainly investigates Distributed computing, Computer network, The Internet, Software fault tolerance and Fault tolerance. In the subject of general Distributed computing, her work in Byzantine fault tolerance is often linked to Collaborative filtering, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her research integrates issues of Android, Multiple and Mobile device in her study of Computer network.
Her The Internet research includes elements of Probabilistic logic, Metadata, Node and Information retrieval. Her research in Software fault tolerance intersects with topics in Replication and Backup. Her Replication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Consistency, Latency, Virtual synchrony and Quantum Byzantine agreement.
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An analysis of the optimum node density for ad hoc mobile networks
E.M. Royer;P.M. Melliar-Smith;L.E. Moser.
international conference on communications (2001)
Totem: a fault-tolerant multicast group communication system
L. E. Moser;P. M. Melliar-Smith;D. A. Agarwal;R. K. Budhia.
Communications of The ACM (1996)
The Totem single-ring ordering and membership protocol
Y. Amir;L. E. Moser;P. M. Melliar-Smith;D. A. Agarwal.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (1995)
Extended virtual synchrony
L.E. Moser;Y. Amir;P.M. Melliar-Smith;D.A. Agarwal.
international conference on distributed computing systems (1994)
Broadcast protocols for distributed systems
P.M. Melliar-Smith;L.E. Moser;V. Agrawala.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1990)
MAgNET: mobile agents for networked electronic trading
P. Dasgupta;N. Narasimhan;L.E. Moser;P.M. Melliar-Smith.
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (1999)
A Personal Handheld Multi-Modal Shopping Assistant
Z. Davis;M. Hu;S. Prasad;M. Schuricht.
international conference on networking and services (2006)
The SecureRing protocols for securing group communication
K.P. Kihlstrom;L.E. Moser;P.M. Melliar-Smith.
hawaii international conference on system sciences (1998)
Fault Tolerance Middleware for Cloud Computing
Wenbing Zhao;P.M. Melliar-Smith;L.E. Moser.
international conference on cloud computing (2010)
Extracting data records from the web using tag path clustering
Gengxin Miao;Junichi Tatemura;Wang-Pin Hsiung;Arsany Sawires.
the web conference (2009)
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