【信息学院学术报告】Florin Ciucu：Non-Asymptotic Analysis of Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks发布日期：2019-09-12 21:08:46
题目：1. Non-Asymptotic Analysis of Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
The class of Gupta-Kumar results, which predict the throughput capacity in wireless networks, is restricted to asymptotic results. This talk introduces a methodology to address a corresponding non-asymptotic analysis based on the framework of the stochastic network calculus, in a rigorous mathematical manner. In particular, we derive explicit closed-form results on the distribution of the end-to-end capacity and delay, for a fixed source-destination pair, in a network with broad assumptions on its topology and degree of spatial correlations. The results are non-asymptotic in that they hold for finite time scales and network sizes, as well as for bursty arrivals.
The generality of the results enables the investigation of several interesting problems, such as 1) the effects of time scales or randomness in topology on the network capacity, or 2) the time scales at which nodes should choose between single-hop vs. multi-hop transmissions.
Florin Ciucu was educated at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Bucharest (B.Sc. in Informatics, 1998), George Mason University (M.Sc. in Computer Science, 2001), and University of Virginia (Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2007). Between 2007 and 2008 he was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Toronto. Currently he is a Senior Research Scientist at Telekom（德国电信） Innovation Laboratories (T-Labs) and TU Berlin（德国工业大学）. His research interests are in the stochastic analysis of communication networks, resource allocation, and randomized algorithms. Florin is a recipient of the ACM Sigmetrics 2005 Best Student Paper Award.
Florin Ciucu是IEEE INFOCOM 2011-12 （网络顶级会议） 和 ACM SIGMETRICS 2012（计算机性能分析顶级会议）的技术委员会的委员，和 Workshop on Network Calculus 2012 和 International Workshop on Data Center Performance 2012 的技术委员会主席。