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Dr. JoAnne Holliday
Drs. JoAnne Holliday (Computer Engineering) and Aslihan Celik (Operations and Management Information Systems) have been collaborating since 2000. Shortly after joining Santa Clara they realized they had similar research interests. Both had done work on distributed systems and databases. Additionally, they shared an interest in the emerging field of wireless computing.
With the help of several university research grants they funded graduate students to be research assistants and founded the Wireless Information and Networking Laboratory (WINLab) to provide students with hands-on experience with the latest in high technology.
This interdisciplinary collaboration has proved very beneficial. Within three years of collaboration, these professors have published 1 journal and 4 conference papers. Their work focuses on efficient data dissemination over the Internet and wireless LANs and increasing the security and efficiency of wireless communications. Current projects include the effect of mobility patterns on subscription data services and increasing the reliability of wireless multicast.
Will It Rain Profit with Broadcast Clouds? Aslihan Celik, JoAnne Holliday, Ping Ding. 2004 Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 2004, New York, NY, to appear.
Data Broadcasting with Data Item Locality and Client Mobility, Aslihan Celik, Ping Ding, JoAnne Holliday, extended abstract, IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management, Berkeley, CA, January 2004, p166.
Improving the Security of Wireless LANs by Managing 802.1x Disassociation, Ping Ding, JoAnne Holliday, Aslihan Celik. Proceedings of th IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference, Las Vegas, NV, January 2004.
I-DG: A Secure Protocol for Disseminating Data to Subscribers via IP Multicast, Aslihan Celik, JoAnne Holliday, Bindumadhavi Ramavarjula, Proceedings, 4th International Workshop on Advanced Issues of E-Commerce and Web-based Information Systems, June 26-28, 2002, Newport Beach, California, pp. 113-120
I-DG and HI-DG: Scalable and Efficient Techniques for Subscription-Based Data Dissemination via IP Multicasting", A. Celik, J. Holliday, B. Ramavarjula. Electronic Commerce Research, 3: 143-165 (2003).