2022 - Research.com Computer Science in Taiwan Leader Award
Computer network, Personal Communications Service, Mobile telephony, GSM and Telecommunications are his primary areas of study. His research on Computer network frequently connects to adjacent areas such as General Packet Radio Service. His Personal Communications Service study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Network traffic simulation, Variety and Base station.
His Mobile telephony study also includes fields such as
Yi-Bing Lin spends much of his time researching Computer network, Telecommunications, Mobile telephony, Real-time computing and Wireless. His work on Computer network is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Voice over IP. The study incorporates disciplines such as Telecommunications network, Mobile computing and Base station in addition to Mobile telephony.
His research in Wireless is mostly concerned with Wireless network. His study focuses on the intersection of UMTS frequency bands and fields such as Core network with connections in the field of IP Multimedia Subsystem. His studies deal with areas such as Personal Communications Service and Mobile station as well as Mobility management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Real-time computing, Embedded system, Network packet and Server. Computer network is frequently linked to Energy in his study. His Embedded system study also includes
His Network packet research includes themes of Testbed, Pipeline and Bandwidth. His Server research incorporates themes from Home automation, Graphical user interface and User experience design. Yi-Bing Lin combines subjects such as Mobile computing and Mobile telephony with his study of Base station.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Embedded system, Server, Wireless and Software-defined networking. His study in Network packet, User equipment, Mobility management, Overhead and Data radio bearer are all subfields of Computer network. The various areas that Yi-Bing Lin examines in his Embedded system study include Python, SIMPLE and LED lamp.
His studies in Server integrate themes in fields like Cellular network, Service, Home automation, Graphical user interface and Web page. His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Control channel, Communication channel, Relay, Traffic flow and Internet Protocol. In his research on the topic of Software-defined networking, Small cell, Wireless network, Active networking, Radio access network and Radio access technology is strongly related with Network congestion.
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Movement-based location update and selective paging for PCS networks
I. F. Akyildiz;J. S. M. Ho.;Y.-B. Lin.
international conference on computer communications (1996)
Wireless and Mobile Network Architectures
Yi-Bing Lin;Jason Yi-Bing Lin.
Queueing priority channel assignment strategies for PCS hand-off and initial access
Yi-Bing Lin;S. Mohan;A. Noerpel.
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (1994)
Reducing location update cost in a PCS network
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (1997)
A caching strategy to reduce network impacts of PCS
R. Jain;Yi-Bing Lin;C. Lo;S. Mohan.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1994)
An auxiliary user location strategy employing forwarding pointers to reduce network impacts of PCS
R. Jain;Yi-Bing Lin.
international conference on communications (1995)
A new random walk model for PCS networks
I.F. Akyildiz;Yi-Bing Lin;Wei-Ru Lai;Rong-Jaye Chen.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2000)
Channel occupancy times and handoff rate for mobile computing and PCS networks
Y. Fang;I. Chlamtac;Yi-Bing Lin.
IEEE Transactions on Computers (1998)
The sub-rating channel assignment strategy for PCS hand-offs
Yi-Bing Lin;A.R. Noerpel;D.J. Harasty.
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (1996)
Selecting the checkpoint interval in time warp simulation
Yi-Bing Lin;Bruno R. Preiss;Wayne M. Loucks;Edward D. Lazowska.
workshop on parallel and distributed simulation (1993)
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