2013 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to distributed computing, mobile computing and networking
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Distributed computing, Service discovery, Wireless sensor network and Workstation. His research integrates issues of Wireless ad hoc network and Real-time computing in his study of Computer network. His Service discovery research includes themes of Ubiquitous computing, Service catalog, World Wide Web and Computer security.
His Wireless sensor network research integrates issues from Robot, Mobile robot, Throughput and Simulation. His Workstation research incorporates elements of Algorithm design and Metacomputing. His Scheduling, Remote job entry, Profiling and Idle workstations study in the realm of Operating system connects with subjects such as High-throughput computing.
Matt W. Mutka focuses on Computer network, Distributed computing, Real-time computing, Quality of service and Wireless sensor network. His Computer network research incorporates themes from Wireless ad hoc network, The Internet and Wireless network. His work deals with themes such as Wireless mesh network, Scheduling and Dynamic Source Routing, which intersect with Distributed computing.
Many of his studies on Scheduling apply to Workstation as well. His Real-time computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dead reckoning, Task, Embedded system and Mobile robot. Matt W. Mutka has researched Quality of service in several fields, including Overlay network and Teleoperation.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Mobile robot, Real-time computing, Wireless sensor network and Distributed computing. His Computer network research includes elements of Cognitive radio, Wireless network and Mesh networking. His Wireless network research focuses on Throughput and how it relates to Asynchronous communication, Intrusion detection system, Overhead and Time division multiple access.
His research in Real-time computing intersects with topics in Dead reckoning and Embedded system. The Wireless sensor network study combines topics in areas such as Wireless and Access control. When carried out as part of a general Distributed computing research project, his work on Xcast and Multicast is frequently linked to work in End-user computing, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Matt W. Mutka mainly focuses on Mobile robot, Wireless sensor network, Simulation, Real-time computing and Robot control. His work in Mobile robot addresses issues such as Base station, which are connected to fields such as Bandwidth, Transmission, Distributed computing and Transmission time. Wireless sensor network is a subfield of Computer network that he studies.
His research in the fields of Time division multiple access overlaps with other disciplines such as Clock synchronization, Clock skew and Efficient energy use. The concepts of his Real-time computing study are interwoven with issues in Node and Embedded system. In his research on the topic of Robot control, Motion control, Mechanism and DC motor is strongly related with Control engineering.
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Condor-a hunter of idle workstations
M.J. Litzkow;M. Livny;M.W. Mutka.
international conference on distributed computing systems (1988)
The Evolution of MAC Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey
Pei Huang;Li Xiao;S. Soltani;M. W. Mutka.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2013)
Service discovery in pervasive computing environments
F. Zhu;M.W. Mutka;L.M. Ni.
IEEE Pervasive Computing (2005)
Prophet address allocation for large scale MANETs
Hongbo Zhou;Lionel M. Ni;Matt W. Mutka.
ad hoc networks (2003)
The available capacity of a privately owned workstation environment
Matt W. Mutka;Miron Livny.
Performance Evaluation (1991)
Efficient Multicast Algorithms for Multichannel Wireless Mesh Networks
Guokai Zeng;Bo Wang;Yong Ding;Li Xiao.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2010)
Splendor: A secure, private, and location-aware service discovery protocol supporting mobile services
Feng Zhu;M. Mutka;L. Ni.
pervasive computing and communications (2003)
Multicast Algorithms for Multi-Channel Wireless Mesh Networks
Guokai Zeng;Bo Wang;Yong Ding;Li Xiao.
international conference on network protocols (2007)
MSU Jumper: A Single-Motor-Actuated Miniature Steerable Jumping Robot
Jianguo Zhao;Jing Xu;Bingtuan Gao;Ning Xi.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2013)
WizSync: Exploiting Wi-Fi Infrastructure for Clock Synchronization in Wireless Sensor Networks
Tian Hao;Ruogu Zhou;Guoliang Xing;Matt W. Mutka.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2014)
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