His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Wireless network, Communication channel, Resource allocation and Scheduling. His Computer network research includes elements of Wireless ad hoc network, Channel allocation schemes and Distributed computing. His study in Wireless network is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Throughput, Game theory and Fading.
His Communication channel study combines topics in areas such as Transmitter and Transmission. His research in Resource allocation intersects with topics in Wireless, Physical layer, Mathematical optimization and Telecommunications link. His Wireless research incorporates themes from Access network and Real-time computing.
Randall A. Berry mainly investigates Computer network, Wireless network, Wireless, Communication channel and Mathematical optimization. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Distributed computing and Throughput. His Wireless network research integrates issues from Distributed algorithm, Channel allocation schemes and Power control.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Wireless, Real-time computing are connected with Packet loss and other disciplines. His Communication channel study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Transmitter, Transmission and Theoretical computer science. His study in the field of Nash equilibrium and Optimization problem is also linked to topics like Set.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Telecommunications, Service provider, Competition, Spectrum management and Wireless. The various areas that Randall A. Berry examines in his Telecommunications study include Energy, Game theory and Bandwidth. In the subject of general Spectrum management, his work in Licensed spectrum is often linked to Economic surplus, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The concepts of his Wireless study are interwoven with issues in Cournot competition and Network pricing. Randall A. Berry combines subjects such as Payment and Mobile broadband with his study of Computer network. His Resource allocation research incorporates elements of Quantization, Wireless network, Mathematical optimization, Pricing strategies and Mechanism design.
Crowdsourcing, Service provider, Stackelberg competition, Revenue and Computer network are his primary areas of study. Randall A. Berry integrates Service provider and Spectrum management in his research. His study on Spectrum management also encompasses disciplines like
The Resource allocation study combines topics in areas such as Incentive, Incentive compatibility, Finite set and Strategic dominance. Randall A. Berry usually deals with Revenue and limits it to topics linked to Payment and Cellular network and Operations research. His Wireless research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Investment decisions and Investment.
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Communication over fading channels with delay constraints
R.A. Berry;R.G. Gallager.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2002)
Distributed interference compensation for wireless networks
Jianwei Huang;R.A. Berry;M.L. Honig.
allerton conference on communication, control, and computing (2006)
Auction-based spectrum sharing
Jianwei Huang;Randall A. Berry;Michael L. Honig.
ad hoc networks (2006)
Downlink scheduling and resource allocation for OFDM systems
Jianwei Huang;V.G. Subramanian;R. Agrawal;R.A. Berry.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2009)
Joint scheduling and resource allocation in uplink OFDM systems for broadband wireless access networks
J. Huang;V.G. Subramanian;R. Agrawal;R. Berry.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2009)
Exploiting multiuser diversity for medium access control in wireless networks
X. Qin;R. Berry.
international conference on computer communications (2003)
Rethinking information theory for mobile ad hoc networks
J. Andrews;S. Shakkottai;R. Heath;N. Jindal.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2008)
Minimum Mean Squared Error interference alignment
David A. Schmidt;Changxin Shi;Randall A. Berry;Michael L. Honig.
asilomar conference on signals, systems and computers (2009)
Opportunistic splitting algorithms for wireless networks
Xiangping Qin;R. Berry.
international conference on computer communications (2004)
Downlink resource allocation and pricing for wireless networks
P. Marbach;R. Berry.
international conference on computer communications (2002)
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