Network Research at UCSD
|Mathematics Department at UCSD|
The Mathematics Department at UCSD conducts research on internet mathematics, whose mission is to discover the fundamental principles governing very large-scale distributed networks and analyze key mathematical and algorithmic problems arising in various areas of information technology.
- Fan Chung Graham - Professor Graham's primary research interests are in graph theory, combinatorics, and algorithmic design, in particular in spectral graph theory, extremal graphs, graph labeling, graph decompositions, random graphs, graph algorithms, parallel structures and various applications of graph theory in Internet computing, communication networks, software reliability, chemistry, engineering, and various areas of mathematics.
- Ruth Williams - Professor Williams' research in probability concerns stochastic processes and their applications. Her current research includes the formulation and analysis of fluid and diffusion approximations for stochastic networks, including those that have scheduling and routing control.
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