|Present||Associate Dean for Research; Anson Marston Distinguished Professor; Sproul Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|1985||PhD, McGill University ‐ Electrical Engineering|
|1983||MSEE, McGill University ‐ Electrical Engineering|
|1979||M.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi ‐ Computer Engineering|
|1973||B.E., B.I.T.S., Pilani ‐ Electronics Engineering|
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Peer-Reviewed Articles (8)
Scaling Distributed All-Pairs Algorithms: Manage Computation and Limit Data Replication ...
Information Science and Applications (ICISA) 2016 (2016)
In this paper we propose and prove that cyclic quorum sets can efficiently manage all-pairs computations and data replication. The ...
Resilience and robustness in long-term planning of the national energy ...
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures (2016)
The most significant energy consuming infrastructures and the greatest contributors to greenhouse gases for any developed nation today are electric ...
Conference Proceedings (3)
Unidirectional Quorum-based Cycle Planning for Efficient Resource Utilization and Fault-Tolerance
2016 25th International Conference on Computer Communication and Networks (ICCCN) (2016)
In this paper, we propose a greedy cycle direction heuristic to improve the generalized R redundancy quorum cycle technique. When ...
Enhancing fault tolerance capabilities in quorum-based cycle routing
Reliable Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM), 2015 7th International Workshop on (2015)
In this paper we propose a generalized R redundancy cycle technique that provides optical networks almost fault-tolerant communications. More importantly, ...
Resource efficient redundancy using quorum-based cycle routing in optical networks
2015 17th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON) (2015)
In this paper we propose a cycle redundancy technique that provides optical networks almost fault-tolerant point-to-point and multipoint-to-multipoint communications. The ...
Technical Reports (1)
Machine-Vision-Based Roadway Health Monitoring and Assessment: Development of a Shape-Based ...
InTrans Project Reports (2016)
State highway agencies (SHAs) routinely employ semi-automated and automated image-based methods for network-level pavement-cracking data collection, and there are different ...