Global Information and Telecommunication Institute

  • Japan

Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the research documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit.

Engineering & Materials Science

Base stations
Communication
Advanced metering infrastructures
Video streaming
Scalable video coding
Game theory
Resource allocation
Telecommunication networks
Optical communication
Standardization
Communication systems
Internet
Long Term Evolution (LTE)
Electric power utilization
Cloud computing
Anchors
Energy harvesting
Femtocell
Quality of service
Power control
Markov processes
Ontology
Outages
Disasters
Wi-Fi
Economics
Throughput
Modulation
Routers
Atmospheric turbulence
RSS
Energy utilization
Home networks
Learning systems
Macros
Network coding
Computational complexity
Routing protocols
Wireless ad hoc networks
Scheduling
Economic analysis
Wireless networks
Optical systems
Energy management
Energy efficiency
Ad hoc networks
Computer networks
Redundancy
Application programs
Flow control
Turbulence
Fading channels
Costs
Cryptography
Decoding
Industry
Feature extraction
Marketing
Time series
Wireless sensor networks
Profitability
Channel state information
Cameras
Mobile devices
Experiments
Acoustic waves
Media streaming
Smart meters
Optical fibers
Bandwidth
Hysteresis
Internet protocols
Monitoring
Artificial intelligence
Decision trees
Air
Computer systems
Cost functions
Telecommunication
Packet networks
Cooperative communication
Authentication
Signal to noise ratio
Fading (radio)
Interpolation
Location based services
Radio links
Demonstrations
Textures
Evolutionary algorithms
Decision making
Heterogeneous networks
Rayleigh fading
Sensors
Scheduling algorithms
Availability
Security systems
Kalman filters
Computer simulation
Servers