Xinzhou Wu mainly focuses on Computer network, Wireless, Peer-to-peer, Scheduling and Wireless network. Identifier is the focus of his Computer network research. The Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Transmission, Terminal, Paging, Real-time computing and Wide area network.
His research integrates issues of Telecommunications network and Control channel, Telecommunications link in his study of Peer-to-peer. His work is dedicated to discovering how Scheduling, Resource allocation are connected with Fixed-priority pre-emptive scheduling and Round-robin scheduling and other disciplines. His Wireless network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Distributed algorithm, Distributed computing and Assignment problem.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Wireless, Peer-to-peer, Electronic engineering and Transmission. His studies deal with areas such as Telecommunications, Real-time computing and Wireless network as well as Computer network. Xinzhou Wu has researched Wireless in several fields, including Paging, Signal, Base station and Communications system.
Xinzhou Wu works mostly in the field of Peer-to-peer, limiting it down to concerns involving Transmitter and, occasionally, Single antenna interference cancellation. Xinzhou Wu works mostly in the field of Electronic engineering, limiting it down to topics relating to Communication channel and, in certain cases, Network packet. His Scheduling research focuses on Distributed computing and how it relates to Fair-share scheduling.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Wireless, Real-time computing, Electronic engineering and Artificial intelligence. His Header and Peer-to-peer study are his primary interests in Computer network. His research in Peer-to-peer intersects with topics in Telecommunications network, Single antenna interference cancellation and Pilot signal.
His Wireless research incorporates themes from Mobile device, Data transmission, Base station and Network packet. His work on Timestamp as part of general Real-time computing research is frequently linked to Set, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Electronic engineering research focuses on Communication channel and how it connects with Image stitching and Telecommunications link.
His main research concerns Computer network, Wireless, Ranging, Real-time computing and Inertial frame of reference. His work in the fields of Computer network, such as Data transmission and Scheduling, intersects with other areas such as Computer program. His Data transmission study combines topics in areas such as Peer-to-peer, Communication channel, Radio frequency, Base station and Telecommunications link.
His study in Scheduling is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Telecommunications network, Radio spectrum, Electronic engineering and Pilot signal. His Wireless study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanism, Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service, Mobile device and Metric. His studies in Real-time computing integrate themes in fields like Data compression, Broadcasting, Overhead and Power control.
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FlashLinQ: a synchronous distributed scheduler for peer-to-peer ad hoc networks
Xinzhou Wu;Saurabha Tavildar;Sanjay Shakkottai;Tom Richardson.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2013)
Methods and apparatus for data exchange in peer to peer communications
Sundararadzhan Dzhaj Kumar;Tavildar Saurabkh;U Sin Chzhou;Li Tszjun I.
Distributed uplink power control for optimal sir assignment in cellular data networks
Prashanth Hande;Sundeep Rangan;Mung Chiang;Xinzhou Wu.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2008)
Scheduling Efficiency of Distributed Greedy Scheduling Algorithms in Wireless Networks
Xinzhou Wu;R. Srikant;J.R. Perkins.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2007)
Vehicular Communications Using DSRC: Challenges, Enhancements, and Evolution
Xinzhou Wu;S. Subramanian;R. Guha;R. G. White.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2013)
Encoding beacon signals to provide identification in peer-to-peer communication
Laroia Rajiv;Lane Frank A;Li Junyi;Richardson Thomas.
Transmission with collision detection and mitigation for wireless communication
Thomas J. Richardson;Xinzhou Wu;Ying Wang;Saurabh R. Tavildar.
Regulated Maximal Matching: A Distributed Scheduling Algorithm for Multi-Hop Wireless Networks With Node-Exclusive Spectrum Sharing
Xinzhou Wu;R. Srikant.
conference on decision and control (2005)
On the design of device-to-device autonomous discovery
Francois Baccelli;Nilesh Khude;Rajiv Laroia;Junyi Li.
communication systems and networks (2012)
Synchronization of a peer-to-peer communication network
Junyi Li;Xinzhou Wu;Saurabh Tavildar;Leonard H. Grokop.
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