Multi-user resource-sharing problem for the Internet

Event type: 
Doctoral dissertation
Doctoral dissertation
Andrey Lukyanenko
Professor Leon Petorsjan
Professor Jussi Kangasharju
Event time: 
2010-11-17 12:00 to 14:00
University of Helsinki, Prothania campus (Yliopistonkatu 3), PIII auditorium

Andrey Lukyanenko will defend his thesis "Multi-user resource-sharing problem for the Internet" on 17 November at 12:00 in Porthanian, auditorium PIII. His opponent is Professor Leon Petorsjan and custos Professor Jussi Kangasharju.  The thesis is available at the link above.

Popular abstract:

In this thesis we study a series of multi-user resource-sharing problems for the Internet, which involve distribution of a common resource among participants of multi-user systems (servers or networks). We study concurrently accessible resources, which for end-users may be exclusively accessible or non-exclusively. For all kinds we suggest a separate algorithm or a modification of common reputation scheme. Every algorithm or method is studied from different perspectives: optimality of protocols, selfishness of end users, fairness of the protocol for end users. On the one hand the multifaceted analysis allows us to select the most suited protocols among a set of various available ones based on trade-offs of optima criteria. On the other hand, the future Internet predictions dictate new rules for the optimality we should take into account and new properties of the networks that cannot be neglected anymore.

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