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Research activities: Multi-hop wireless networks
A multi-hop wireless network is a network where each node is able to join each others transparently. In such networks, two distant nodes cannot communicate directly and use intermediate nodes to relay information. This ability makes this kind of networks very popular since they can easily cover a wide area for a low cost. But in the same time, this ability makes them complex. They include ad hoc, mesh, sensor and vehicular networks. The team provides solutions in this area to improve the performance of these networks in terms of capacity, robustness, security or energy consumption.

  Networking & Stochastic and Combinatorial Optimization

Joint Inria project teams

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  MARTIN Steven
  ZEMA Nicola

Ph.D. dissertations & Faculty habilitations

Research activities
° Algorithm control and hyper-parameter tuning
° Algorithms for networked systems
° Automated Proof, SMT and Applications
° Automated Reasoning
° Combinatorics
° Compilation and code optimization
° Data-Centric Languages and Systems
° Deductive Verification of Programs
° Distributed algorithms
° Engineering of interactive systems
° Formal Model-Based Testing
° Formalisation and Proof of Numerical Programs
° Formalisation of (Specification and Programming) Languages in Proof Assistants
° Generative design methods
° Graph Theory
° Green networks
° Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
° High-performance computing
° Human-Computer Interaction
° Integration of Data and Knowledge
° Interaction and visualization paradigms
° Large scale modelling
° Massively distributed algorithms for complex data
° Mediated collaboration
° Network coding