Daqing Yun of the Harrisburg University faculty recently had a paper accepted by the IEEE Global Communications Conference (IEEE GLOBECOM).
The paper, “GLEE: GPR-based Latent Effect Elimination for Performance Prediction of Big Data Transfer,” is a collaborative work with NJIT, and is to be presented in GLOBECOM ’22 in December 2022.
Dr. Yun is Associate Professor in the Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from New Jersey Institute of Technology in August 2016. His research interests include high-performance networking, parallel and distributed computing, green networking, data-driven networking, and big data.
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