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Research activities: Network coding
Traditionally in a network, the intermediate nodes involved in routing a flow from a source to a destination forwards the data packets without any processing. Network coding allows the nodes to mix packets for improving the network performance. However, this improvement is dependent on the number of packets to combine, the way of combining them and the amount of knowledge that needs a node about the network topology and state in order to process the right coding. Naturally, there exist sophisticated coding schemes to maximize the benefits of network coding. One of the major issue to investigate is how to encode packets in order to satisfy two criteria: maximizing the performance of the network (bandwidth, robustness, security, ...) while reducing the complexity of the decoding.

  Networking & Stochastic and Combinatorial Optimization

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  MARTIN Steven

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
° Multi-hop wireless networks