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Commercial & Industrial

Original Research Projects


  • Efficient operation of an enterprise requires that resources be deployed in an optimal manner. Careful advance planning is necessary but not sufficient if changes in demand or availability are intrinsic to the application area. To sustain efficient operation the ability to react in a timely manner to changes in resource demand and availability is also essential. Project objectives were to devise new tools and algorithms for obtaining exact or approximate solutions to resource allocation and scheduling problems.
    The project  completed in June 2002.

  • This project focused on mobile communication systems and uncertainty in expert systems. Cellular wireless networks are widely used today to carry voice and text. Increasingly, users are demanding to transmit images, videos and other multimedia data simultaneously. Therefore there is a need to provide quality of service that satisfies the requirements of different types of traffic and different classes of users in cellular wireless networks. The project  completed in June 2002.