PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Reuven Cohen
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No of theses 24
Department Computer Science
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Yehezkel Aviv 2017 PhD Abstracts Generalizations of the Cardinality Estimation Problem and Applications to Computer Networks
Grebla Guy 2013 PhD Abstracts Scheduling Algorithms for OFDMA Broadband Wireless Networks
Levin Anna 2012 PhD Abstracts Mobility Management Schemes for Improving TCP Performance in the Next Generation Wireless Networks
Kapchits Boris 2010 PhD Abstracts On the Optimization of Wake-Up Frequencies in Sensor Networks
Landau Alexander 2009 PhD Abstracts Efficient Schemes for Estimating the Number of Affected Nodes in Very Large Networks
Katzir Liran 2008 PhD Abstracts Scheduling Algorithms for Efficient Delivery of Synchronous Traffic in Wireless Access Networks
Nakibly Gavriel 2008 PhD Abstracts Traffic Engineering in IP and MPLS Networks
Felstaine Eyal 2002 PhD Abstracts Scalable Routing in Hierarchical ATM Networks
Sayah Qasem 2021 MSc Hardware Schemes for Routing HTTP Connections and Protecting Against SYN Attacks
Nezri Yuval 2019 MSc Abstracts Cardinality Estimation In a Virtualized Network Device Using Online Machine Learning
Moroshko Evgeny 2018 MSc Abstracts Sampling-on-Demand in SDN
Carmeli Tamir 2018 MSc Abstracts Detection of BGP Hijacking Using TTL Analysis
Tabaja Ali 2018 MSc A Network Layer Attack for the Price of a Physical Layer Attack in a Wireless Mesh Network with Application to RPL
Has Green Raziel David 2015 MSc Abstracts When a Router Tells Different Stories to Different Neighbors: A New Partition Attack on Link-State Routing Protocols
Nudelman Ilia 2011 MSc Abstracts Dependent UFP On a Shared Channel With Application to a Network Centric Operation
Mhameed Aezalden 2009 MSc Abstracts Locally vs. Globally Optimized Flow-Based Content Distribution to Mobile Nodes
Shochot Amnon 2005 MSc Abstracts Extending BGP to Support the Concept of "Global AS"
Hamo Yaniv 2002 MSc Balanced Packet Discard for Improving TCP Performance in ATM Networks
Bianu-Minei Inna 1998 MSc Increasing the Performance of Tcp Over a Unidirectional Geostationary Satellite Channel
Aharoni Ehud 1997 MSc Restricted Dynamic Steiner Trees for Scalable Multicast in Datagram Networks
Stein Eli 1996 MSc An Efficient Approach for Emulating a Token-Ring Lan Over An Atm Network
Evron Ilan 1996 MSc Reliable Signaling in Atm Networks Over Parallel Signaling Vc Connections
Baranovsky Andrey 2003 MSc Abstracts A Framework for IP Redirect
Markov Igor 2001 MSc Minimizing the Number of Persistent TCP Connections in a Partitioned Http/1.1 Web Server