My name is Mohammad Sadegh Borouny, natively written 'محمد صادق بورونی'. I was born on November 28th, 1992 in Iran. I'm a second-year PhD student at the Department of Computer Science, University of Sharif University of Technology, supervised by M. A. Abam. I work on problems in computational geometry specially geometric spanners.
Due to my interest in computer science in high school days, I got admitted to B.S. program in computer engineering, and in 2014 received my undergraduate degree from the Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST).
In 2016, I graduated from the Sharif University of Technology with an M.S. degree in computer engineering. My thesis was entitled Fault-Tolerant Wireless Networks with Directional Antennas.
My vita can be found here.
Let P be a set of points in the plane, each equipped with a directional antenna that can cover a sector of angle a and range r. In the symmetric model of communication, two antennas u and v can communicate to each other, if and only if v lies in u’s coverage area and vice versa. In this paper, we introduce the concept of fault-tolerant spanners for directional antennas, which enables us to construct communication networks that retain their connectivity and spanning ratio even if a subset of antennas are removed from the network. We show how to orient the antennas with angle a and range r to obtain a k-fault-tolerant spanner for any positive integer k.
Iran University of Science and Technology
Supervisor: Hassan Naderi, Ph.D.
Iran University of Science and Technology
Supervisor: Nosratali Ashrafi Payaman, Ph.D.
Iran University of Science and Technology
Supervisor: Nosratali Ashrafi Payaman, Ph.D.
Sharif University of Technology
Supervisor: Mohammad Ali Abam, Ph.D.
Sharif University of Technology
Supervisor: Mohammad Ali Abam, Ph.D.
In this research, Mechanisms of Replication in Distributed Systems have been introduced. In this research, Meta-heuristic Algorithms and Distributed Algorithms play a key role in the improvement of QoS data replication. The main problem is solved by diverse Meta-heuristic algorithms and finally, solutions are compared to each other.
Let P be a set of points in the plane, each equipped with a directional antenna that can cover a sector of angle a and range r. In the symmetric model of communication, two antennas u and v can communicate to each other, if and only if v lies in u’s coverage area and vice versa. In this paper, we introduce the concept of fault-tolerant spanners for directional antennas, which enables us to construct communication networks that retain their connectivity and spanning ratio even if a subset of antennas are removed from the network. We show how to orient the antennas with angle a and range r to obtain a k-fault-tolerant spanner for any positive integer k.
In this research, Geometric Spanners on a Plane Geometric Spanner on Circular Position Points is studied.