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2021 journal article
A Two-Stage Auction Mechanism for Cloud Resource Allocation
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CLOUD COMPUTING.
By: S. Hosseinalipour & H. Dai
Energy-Aware Stochastic UAV-Assisted Surveillance
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS.
By: S. Hosseinalipour, A. Rahmati, D. Eun & H. Dai
2020 journal article
Allocation of Computation-Intensive Graph Jobs Over Vehicular Clouds in IoV
IEEE INTERNET OF THINGS JOURNAL, 7(1), 311–324.
By: M. LiWang, S. Hosseinalipour, Z. Gao, Y. Tang, L. Huang & H. Dai
From Federated to Fog Learning: Distributed Machine Learning over Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE, 58(12), 41–47.
By: S. Hosseinalipour, C. Brinton, V. Aggarwal, H. Dai & M. Chiang
Power-Aware Allocation of Graph Jobs in Geo-Distributed Cloud Networks
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS, 31(4), 749–765.
By: S. Hosseinalipour, A. Nayak & H. Dai
Prevention and Mitigation of Catastrophic Failures in Demand-Supply Interdependent Networks
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NETWORK SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, 7(3), 1710–1723.
By: S. Hosseinalipour, J. Mao, D. Eun & H. Dai
2017 journal article
Designing optimal interlink patterns to maximize robustness of interdependent networks against cascading failures
IEEE Transactions on Communications, 65(9), 3847–3862.
By: S. Chattopadhyay, H. Dai, D. Eun & S. Hosseinalipour
2017 conference paper
Detection of infections using graph signal processing in heterogeneous networks
Globecom 2017 - 2017 ieee global communications conference.
By: S. Hosseinalipour, J. Wang, H. Dai & W. Wang
Dynamic advertising in VANETs using repeated auctions
By: A. Nayak, S. Hosseinalipour & H. Dai
Options-based sequential auctions for dnamic cloud resource allocation
2017 ieee international conference on communications (icc).
Real-time strategy selection for mobile advertising in VANETs
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