PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Shay Kutten
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No of theses 14
Department Data and Decision Sciences
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Bitton Shimon 2022 PhD Abstracts Refined Complexity Measures for Distributed Computing
Burman Janna 2010 PhD Abstracts Overcoming the Effect of Asynchrony in Distributed Algorithms
Rafael Ido 2022 MSc Abstracts Efficient Distributed Construction of Small k-Dominating Sets
Zinenko Dmitry 2011 MSc Abstracts Communication-Efficient Self-Stabilization
Chen Jiaqi 2021 MSc Abstracts Reactive Proof Labeling Schemes for Distributed Decision
Cemel Shaul 2016 MSc Abstracts Simulation and Analysis of Growing Half- Balls
Trehan Chhaya 2015 MSc Abstracts Verification and Self Stabilization of DFS
Kravchik Alex 2013 MSc Abstracts Time Optimal Synchronous Self Stabilizing Spanning Tree
Michalak Erez 2009 MSc Abstracts An Adaptive Technique for Constructing Robust and High-Throughput Shared Objects
Tsoref Lior 2007 MSc Abstracts A Model for Connecting Mobile Devices and Computers in an Intelligent Home
Yifrach Ayelet 2006 MSc Abstracts Improved Distributed Exploration of Anonymous Networks
Ben-Ami David 2005 MSc Abstracts A Comparative Evaluation of Agent Location Mechanisms in Large Scale MAS
Spektor Yaron 2004 MSc Abstracts PeerWeaver, a Testbed for Enhancements in Gnutella-like Networks
Porat Avner 2002 MSc Maintenance of a Spanning Tree in Dynamic Networks