Intel (United States)
His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless network, Relay, Wireless and Fading. His Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Real-time computing and Radio resource management. His Wireless network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Media content, Parsing and Manifest file.
His Relay study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spatial multiplexing, Wireless ad hoc network, Spectral efficiency, Electronic engineering and Channel state information. His Wireless research focuses on Quality of experience and how it relates to Radio access network and Multimedia. His research integrates issues of Frequency allocation, MIMO, Upper and lower bounds and Channel capacity in his study of Fading.
Ozgur Oyman mostly deals with Computer network, Multimedia, Wireless, Wireless network and Relay. His Computer network study frequently links to other fields, such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol. His studies deal with areas such as Bandwidth, User equipment and Interoperability as well as Multimedia.
His work in the fields of Wireless network, such as Wi-Fi array, intersects with other areas such as Resource management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless ad hoc network, Transmission, Spectral efficiency and Fading. His study focuses on the intersection of Fading and fields such as Channel capacity with connections in the field of MIMO and Mutual information.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Multimedia, Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Dash and User equipment. Within one scientific family, Ozgur Oyman focuses on topics pertaining to Internet Protocol under Computer network, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Session. His Multimedia research integrates issues from Orientation, Bandwidth and Interoperability.
His Hypertext Transfer Protocol study also includes fields such as
Multimedia, Bandwidth, Computer vision, Artificial intelligence and Manifest file are his primary areas of study. His Multimedia research incorporates themes from Quality of service, User profile, Asynchronous communication and Interoperability. Ozgur Oyman has included themes like Representation, Video quality, Experience quality and Hypertext Transfer Protocol in his Manifest file study.
Video quality connects with themes related to Computer network in his study. His Computer network study incorporates themes from Terminal and Image. The various areas that Ozgur Oyman examines in his Hypertext Transfer Protocol study include Wireless network, Quality of experience and Parsing.
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Capacity scaling laws in MIMO relay networks
H. Bolcskei;R.U. Nabar;O. Oyman;A.J. Paulraj.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2006)
Quality of experience for HTTP adaptive streaming services
O. Oyman;S. Singh.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2012)
Characterizing the statistical properties of mutual information in MIMO channels
O. Oyman;R.U. Nabar;H. Bolcskei;A.J. Paulraj.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2003)
Multihop Relaying for Broadband Wireless Mesh Networks: From Theory to Practice
O. Oyman;N.J. Laneman;S. Sandhu.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2007)
Ismail Guvenc;Simon Saunders;Ozgur Oyman;Holger Claussen.
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking - Special issue on femtocell networks archive (2010)
Toward enhanced mobile video services over WiMAX and LTE [WiMAX/LTE Update]
Ozgur Oyman;Jeffrey Foerster;Yong-joo Tcha;Seong-Choon Lee.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2010)
Resource management and interference mitigation techniques for relay-based wireless networks
Oyman Ozgur;Li Qinghua;Himayat Nageen;Sydir Jaroslaw J.
Design and analysis of linear distributed MIMO relaying algorithms
O. Oyman;A.J. Paulraj.
IEE Proceedings - Communications (2006)
Video capacity and QoE enhancements over LTE
Sarabjot Singh;Ozgur Oyman;Apostolos Papathanassiou;Debdeep Chatterjee.
international conference on communications (2012)
Cross-layer optimized adaptive http streaming
Ozgur Oyman;Jeffrey R. Foerster.
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