S. S. Iyengar and Kianoosh G. Boroojeni "Oblivious Network Routing: Algorithms and Applications", ISBN: 9780262029155 | 176 pp. | 6 x 9 in, Published by MIT Press

Published on May 2015 by MIT Press. ENDORSEMENTS: “This book presents fundamental contributions to the theory and practice of routing problems in oblivious circumstances. It invents computational tools for the generation of versatile solutions, produces rigorous stochastic analysis, employs techniques addressing the future of the Internet, and presents pioneering oblivious routing approaches for content-centric and smart energy distribution grids.” —Vahid Tarokh, Area Dean for Electrical Engineering and Perkins Professor of Applied Mathematics, Harvard University ​ “This timely book makes an important contribution to the understanding of efficient routing schemes for handling the amounts of data and the range of uses of the Internet today. Highly recommended for the practitioner who needs effective solutions to real problems.” —John Hopcroft, Cornell University ​ “Network routing, whether of data or power, is central to our society. The book succeeds in simplifying a very sophisticated subject. The clarity of its exposition and its choice and sequencing of topics are masterful.” —Silvio Micali, Ford Professor of Engineering, MIT ​ “This book develops a novel computational theory to efficiently solve routing problems in unpredictable circumstances. This is supplemented with real-world applications. The book, which is very well written, provides a complete and rigorous treatment of oblivious routing problems. Its quantification of the developed computational theory for oblivious routing is a major strength.” —Sartaj Sahni, Distinguished Professor of Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering, University of Florida.

Viktor K. Prasanna, Sitharama Iyengar, Paul Spirakis, Matt Welsh "Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems", First IEEE International Conference , DCOSS 2005 Marina del Rey, CA, USA, June/July,2005 Proceedings Springer 2005, Number of Pages: 423

Published on 2005