2007 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to performance evaluation of communication systems and networks
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Queueing theory, Real-time computing, Packet switching and Optical burst switching. The study of Computer network is intertwined with the study of State in a number of ways. The study incorporates disciplines such as Teletraffic engineering, Broadband networks, Stochastic modelling, Asynchronous Transfer Mode and The Internet in addition to Queueing theory.
His Real-time computing study combines topics in areas such as Markov process, Energy consumption, Wireless sensor network, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Algorithm. His research integrates issues of Bandwidth allocation and Packet loss in his study of Packet switching. His Optical burst switching research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scheduling, Blocking, Burst switching and Optical switch.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Queueing theory, Real-time computing, Optical burst switching and Distributed computing. His is doing research in Network packet, Packet switching, Quality of service, Network congestion and Blocking, both of which are found in Computer network. The Packet switching study combines topics in areas such as Telecommunications network and Fast packet switching.
As a member of one scientific family, Moshe Zukerman mostly works in the field of Queueing theory, focusing on Markov process and, on occasion, Markov chain. Many of his studies on Real-time computing apply to Algorithm as well. His work carried out in the field of Optical burst switching brings together such families of science as Burst switching, Optical switch, Deflection routing, Circuit switching and Topology.
Moshe Zukerman focuses on Computer network, Mathematical optimization, Distributed computing, Network topology and Real-time computing. His Computer network study incorporates themes from Scalability, The Internet and Optical burst switching. His study on Optical burst switching also encompasses disciplines like
His Network topology research includes themes of Motion planning, Topology, Erlang, Packet switching and Topology. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Real-time computing, concentrating on Quality of service and frequently concerns with Service system and Dimensioning. Moshe Zukerman combines subjects such as Queueing theory and Simulation with his study of Queue.
Moshe Zukerman mainly investigates Computer network, Distributed computing, Network topology, Mathematical optimization and Multicast. His study on Erlang is often connected to Application layer as part of broader study in Computer network. He works mostly in the field of Distributed computing, limiting it down to topics relating to Heuristic and, in certain cases, Integer programming and Routing, as a part of the same area of interest.
His work deals with themes such as Heuristics and Packet switching, which intersect with Network topology. His Mathematical optimization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Deflection routing, Blocking, Burst switching and Approximation theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internet Connection Sharing and Frequency allocation.
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Energy-Efficient Base-Stations Sleep-Mode Techniques in Green Cellular Networks: A Survey
Jingjin Wu;Yujing Zhang;Moshe Zukerman;Edward Kai-Ning Yung.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2015)
Distributed Energy Trading in Microgrids: A Game-Theoretic Model and Its Equilibrium Analysis
Joohyung Lee;Jun Guo;Jun Kyun Choi;Moshe Zukerman.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2015)
An estimation of sensor energy consumption
Malka N. Halgamuge;Moshe Zukerman;Kotagiri Ramamohanarao;Hai L. Vu.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research B (2009)
Fractal traffic: measurements, modelling and performance evaluation
R.G. Addie;M. Zukerman;T. Neame.
international conference on computer communications (1995)
Performance analyses of optical burst-switching networks
Z. Rosberg;Hai Le Vu;M. Zukerman;M. Zukerman;J. White.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2003)
Broadband traffic modeling: simple solutions to hard problems
R.G. Addie;M. Zukerman;T.D. Neame.
IEEE Communications Magazine (1998)
Internet traffic modeling and future technology implications
M. Zukerman;T.D. Neame;R.G. Addie.
international conference on computer communications (2003)
Blocking probability for priority classes in optical burst switching networks
Hai Le Vu;M. Zukerman.
IEEE Communications Letters (2002)
Performance Analysis of the IEEE 802.11 MAC Protocol
Chuan Heng Foh;Moshe Zukerman.
Connectivity, coverage and placement in wireless sensor networks.
Ji Li;Lachlan Leicester Henry Andrew;Chuan Heng Foh;Moshe Zukerman.
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