Cisco Systems (China)
Shmuel Shaffer mainly investigates Computer network, Real-time computing, Multimedia, Telecommunications network and World Wide Web. His work on Computer network is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Distributed computing. His study looks at the relationship between Real-time computing and fields such as Queue, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The concepts of his Multimedia study are interwoven with issues in Provisioning and Voice over internet protocol voip. His study focuses on the intersection of Telecommunications network and fields such as Interoperability with connections in the field of Communication endpoint. His World Wide Web research includes themes of Connection and Interrupt.
Shmuel Shaffer mainly focuses on Computer network, Real-time computing, World Wide Web, Multimedia and Session. Many of his studies on Computer network apply to Distributed computing as well. His Real-time computing research focuses on Queue and how it connects with Connection.
His Call control research extends to World Wide Web, which is thematically connected. His Session study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Telecommunications and Push-to-talk. His Call management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer security and Conference call.
Shmuel Shaffer focuses on Computer network, Node, Network packet, Real-time computing and Distributed computing. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Directed acyclic graph and Computer network. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Telecommunications network, Routing and Transmission.
His studies in Network packet integrate themes in fields like Wireless, Mesh networking, Message switching and Computation. His Real-time computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as File transmission, Terminal unit, Analytics and Computer vision. The concepts of his Distributed computing study are interwoven with issues in Link-state routing protocol, Static routing, Multipath routing, Message broker and Wireless mesh network.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Node, Real-time computing, Distributed computing and Routing. His Computer network study combines topics in areas such as Power grid and Path cost. His work carried out in the field of Node brings together such families of science as Telecommunications network and Transmission.
His research in Real-time computing intersects with topics in Analytics and Rendering, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision. His research integrates issues of Link-state routing protocol, Multipath routing, Static routing, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol and Routing table in his study of Distributed computing. His Routing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Telecommunications, Queueing theory and Priority call.
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Interactive text communication system
Cary W. FitzGerald;Shmuel Shaffer.
System and method for securing transactions in a contact center environment
Labhesh Patel;Shmuel Shaffer;Cullen Jennings;Shantanu Sarkar.
Virtual conference room for voice conferencing
Michael E. Knappe;Shmuel Shaffer.
Reducing the impact of hidden nodes in mesh networks
Shmuel Shaffer;Charles Okwudiafor;Sandeep Jay Shetty.
Text to speech system and method having interactive spelling capabilities
Shmuel Shaffer;Labhesh Patel;Shantanu Sarkar.
Geographical Location Information/Signal Quality-Context Based Recording and Playback of Multimedia Data from a Conference Session
Shmuel Shaffer;Mukul Jain;Jochen Weppner;Shantanu Sarkar.
Navigation and coordination during emergencies
Labhesh Patel;Shmuel Shaffer;Gebran Chahrouri;Shantanu Sarkar.
Packet routing to reduce susceptibility to disturbances
Robert E. Gleichauf;Shmuel Shaffer;Robert T. Bell;Joseph F. Khouri.
System and method for providing three dimensional imaging in a network environment
Shmuel Shaffer;Guido Jouret.
Dynamic multi-path forwarding for shared-media communication networks
Shmuel Shaffer;Jonathan W. Hui;Jean-Philippe Vasseur.
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