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Challenge to Ubiquitous
Information Communication Network
Sumiko Miyata
Assistant Professor, Department of Communications Engineering
College of Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Master's Program
Functional Control Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
Quality of Service control
My research is traffic analysis in multimedia environment and optical access network environment. In general, streaming communication such as VoIP or video streaming need to be controlled for Quality of Service. My laboratory studies one of QoS control, call admission control which means that whether arriving streaming flow is accommodated or not in the network. To analyze call admission control, I use queueing theory or game theory.
Laboratory Character I lecture the process of think and the methodology. I would like to grow the students which can think deeply.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
QoS performance evaluation Information security Queueing theory Game theory Resource allocation problems in communication networks
Recent Research Topics
Exact Mean Packet Delay for Delayed Report Message Multipoint Control Protocol in EPON Flows Admission control by cooperative behavior Access control model using graph theory    
Affiliated Conferences
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability In the event of a disaster such as an earthquake, we try to apply the system to both emergency call and safety confirmation call such as emergency and disaster.
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