Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems Complex Adaptive Networks for Computing and Communication (CANCCOM)


Project Highlights


Team Members

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By Investigators:

By Dr. Michel Barbeau:

By Dr. Amit Bose

  • Analysis of manufacturing blocking systems  with network calculus, INSTITUT MITTAG-LEFFLER SEMINARS, SWEDEN, OCTOBER 2004.

By Dr. Evangelos Kranakis:

By Dr. Ioannis Lambadaris

  • Minimum Cost Traffic Shaping, poster session at Nortel Networks, Ottawa, November 6, 1999.
  • Minimum Cost Traffic Shaping, poster session, CITO Research Retreat, Carleton University, Ottawa, May 17-19, 1999.
  • Q. Hao, S. Tartarelli, M. Devetsikiotis and I. Lambadaris, Design and Optimization of High Speed Multiservice Networks: A Self-Sizing Methodology, presented at the INFORMS Telecommunications Conference 2000, March 2000, Boca Raton, Florida.
  • IEEE ICC 2001, June 2001, Helsinki,Finland.
  • ITC17, September 2001, Brazil.
  • COMCON 2001, Creete.

By Dr. Ramiro Liscano

By Dr. Raj Srinivasan

  • A fuzzy Dynamic Bandwidth Allocator, Measurement Based Traffic Prediction using Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Connection Admission Control for Self-Managed Networks, IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (IEEE CCECE02), Winnipeg, Canada, May 12-15, 2002.

By Dr. Paul Van Oorschot:

By Students:

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