2020 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to distributed computing and self-stabilization
2020 - ACM Senior Member
His scientific interests lie mostly in Distributed computing, Computer network, Self-stabilization, Upper and lower bounds and Distributed algorithm. He specializes in Distributed computing, namely Fault tolerance. His Computer network research includes themes of Computer security and Anonymity.
His studies in Self-stabilization integrate themes in fields like Bounded function, Quantum Byzantine agreement and Spanning tree. His Upper and lower bounds research includes elements of Discrete mathematics, Binary logarithm, Combinatorics, Wireless and Theoretical computer science. The various areas that Shlomi Dolev examines in his Distributed algorithm study include Leader election, Control theory, Algorithm, State and Distributed minimum spanning tree.
His primary scientific interests are in Distributed computing, Computer network, Theoretical computer science, Computer security and State. His Distributed computing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wireless ad hoc network and Asynchronous communication. Shlomi Dolev has researched Asynchronous communication in several fields, including Scheme and Parallel computing.
His Theoretical computer science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Algorithm, Secure multi-party computation and Computation. His State study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Protocol. His Self-stabilization study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Bounded function.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Theoretical computer science, Computer security, Distributed computing and Distributed algorithm. His Computer network study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Scheme. Shlomi Dolev has included themes like State, Task, Anonymity, Remainder and Server in his Theoretical computer science study.
Within one scientific family, Shlomi Dolev focuses on topics pertaining to Robot under Computer security, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Swarm behaviour. In general Distributed computing, his work in State machine replication, Self-stabilization and Stream processing is often linked to Spark linking many areas of study. His study in Distributed algorithm is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Load balancing and Monotonic function.
Shlomi Dolev focuses on Computer network, Computer security, Adversary, Distributed computing and Set. The concepts of his Computer network study are interwoven with issues in Scheme and Graph. Shlomi Dolev combines subjects such as Database transaction, Representation and Self-stabilization with his study of Computer security.
His work carried out in the field of Adversary brings together such families of science as Blocking and Robot. The Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Consistency and State. Shlomi Dolev interconnects Discrete mathematics, Trust level, Degree, Information retrieval and Multiplication in the investigation of issues within Set.
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Google Android: A Comprehensive Security Assessment
A. Shabtai;Y. Fledel;U. Kanonov;Y. Elovici.
ieee symposium on security and privacy (2010)
Why future supercomputing requires optics
H. John Caulfield;Shlomi Dolev.
Nature Photonics (2010)
Self-stabilization of dynamic systems assuming only read/write atomicity
Shlomi Dolev;Amos Israeli;Shlomo Moran.
Distributed Computing (1993)
Superstabilizing Protocols for Dynamic Distributed Systems.
Shlomi Dolev;Ted Herman.
Chicago Journal of Theoretical Computer Science (1997)
Detecting unknown malicious code by applying classification techniques on OpCode patterns
Asaf Shabtai;Robert Moskovitch;Clint Feher;Shlomi Dolev.
Security Informatics (2012)
Maintaining Digital Clocks In Step
Anish Arora;Shlomi Dolev;Mohamed G. Gouda.
international workshop on distributed algorithms (1991)
Patients in the intensive care unit suffer from severe lack of sleep associated with loss of normal melatonin secretion pattern.
L. Shilo;Y. Dagan;Y. Smorjik;U. Weinberg.
The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (1999)
Uniform dynamic self-stabilizing leader election
S. Dolev;A. Israeli;S. Moran.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1997)
Unknown Malcode Detection Using OPCODE Representation
Robert Moskovitch;Clint Feher;Nir Tzachar;Eugene Berger.
european conference on intelligence and security informatics (2008)
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