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Ariel Orda – Google Scholar Citations
Aeiel Systems 13 A flow pattern is a Nash equilibrium if no individual decision maker on the network can change to a less costly route. Tunable survivable spanning trees. Properties and Control Professor John C. Optimal retrial and timeout strategies for accessing network resources. Formal Methods in System Design 10 1: No single administration internetworking.
The Role of the Manager in a Noncooperative Network. Toward a new route control adiel for multidomain optical networks. Worst-Case Coalitions in Routing Games.
Optimal packet fragmentation and routing in computer networks. International Teletraffic Congress A distributed approach for handling elasticity in the cloud. The Internet has many mechanisms for. Ariel OrdaNahum Shimkin: Topology Design of Communication Networks: Yuval Lifshitz In Seminar: Ariel OrdaFrancesco De Pellegrini: Routing with end-to-end QoS guarantees in broadband networks.
Optimal packet-level fec strategies in connections with large delay-bandwidth products. MeiromAriel Orda: No Packet Left Behind: A novel approach for designing efficient stackable routers.
Aroel OrdaAlexander Sprintson: Adapting to Diverse Modern Workloads.
Formal Methods in System Design 15 3: LazarAriel OrdaDimitrios E. Implicit investigation of equilibrium behavior.
MeiromShie MannorAriel Orda: Protecting Against Network Infections: Bandwidth allocation for guaranteed versus best effort service categories. QoS routing in networks with uncertain parameters. Constrained Maximum Flow in Stochastic Networks. The Power of Tuning: How Good is Bargained Routing?