Omer F. Rana mostly deals with Cloud computing, Distributed computing, World Wide Web, Grid computing and Quality of service. His study in Cloud computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, Information system and Social network. His Distributed computing research integrates issues from Scalability, Problem solving environment, Feature model, Redundancy and Purchasing.
In the subject of general World Wide Web, his work in Social media, The Internet and Web service is often linked to Provenance, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His studies in Grid computing integrate themes in fields like Resource and Semantic grid. Omer F. Rana combines subjects such as Data access and Service discovery with his study of Quality of service.
His main research concerns Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Grid computing, World Wide Web and Computer security. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Distributed computing, Mobile QoS is strongly linked to Quality of service. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer network, Data center, Provisioning and Virtual machine.
His research on Grid computing frequently links to adjacent areas such as Semantic grid. His work deals with themes such as Service and Data science, which intersect with World Wide Web. The various areas that he examines in his Workflow management system study include Workflow technology and Workflow engine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cloud computing, Distributed computing, Quality of service, Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution and Edge computing. Omer F. Rana has included themes like Scheduling, Computer network, Server and Analytics in his Cloud computing study. His work carried out in the field of Distributed computing brings together such families of science as Software deployment, Energy consumption, Fog computing, Testbed and Provisioning.
His Quality of service study incorporates themes from Big data, Job shop scheduling and Software-defined networking. His research integrates issues of Multicast, Edge device and Reinforcement learning in his study of Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution. His studies deal with areas such as Software as a service, Real-time computing, Service and Cost efficiency as well as Edge computing.
Omer F. Rana focuses on Cloud computing, Distributed computing, Provisioning, Approximation algorithm and Computer network. His Cloud computing research includes themes of Virtual machine, Analytics and Server. His Distributed computing research includes elements of Testbed and Energy consumption.
His work investigates the relationship between Approximation algorithm and topics such as Heuristic that intersect with problems in Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution. His Edge computing study combines topics in areas such as Quality of service and Software-defined networking. His Quality of service study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Data center and OpenFlow.
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UDDIe: an extended registry for Web services
A. ShaikhAli;O.F. Rana;R. Al-Ali;D.W. Walker.
symposium on applications and the internet (2003)
The provenance of electronic data
Luc Moreau;Paul Groth;Simon Miles;Javier Vazquez-Salceda.
Communications of The ACM (2008)
Social Cloud Computing: A Vision for Socially Motivated Resource Sharing
K. Chard;K. Bubendorfer;S. Caton;O. F. Rana.
IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (2012)
Social Cloud: Cloud Computing in Social Networks
Kyle Chard;Simon Caton;Omer Rana;Kris Bubendorfer.
international conference on cloud computing (2010)
Mobility-Aware Application Scheduling in Fog Computing
Luiz F. Bittencourt;Javier Diaz-Montes;Rajkumar Buyya;Omer F. Rana.
IEEE Cloud Computing (2017)
G-QOSM: Grid Service Discovery Using QoS Properties
Rashid J. Al-Ali;Rashid J. Al-Ali;Rashid J. Al-Ali;Omer Farooq Rana;David William Walker;Sanjay Jha.
Computing and Informatics / Computers and Artificial Intelligence (2002)
Tweeting the terror: modelling the social media reaction to the Woolwich terrorist attack
Pete Burnap;Matthew L. Williams;Luke Sloan;Omer Rana.
Social Network Analysis and Mining (2014)
Security and Trust Issues in Semantic Grids
Daniel Olmedilla;Omer F. Rana;Brian Matthews;Wolfgang Nejdl.
dagstuhl seminar proceedings (2005)
Knowing the Tweeters: Deriving Sociologically Relevant Demographics from Twitter:
Luke Sloan;Jeffrey Morgan;William Housley;Matthew Leighton Williams.
Sociological Research Online (2013)
Self-organisation: paradigms and applications
Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo;Noria Foukia;Salima Hassas;Anthony Karageorgos.
ESOA'03 Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Engineering Self-Organising Systems: Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering (2003)
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