Ph.D. University of Southern California. 1996.
B.A. University of California, Berkeley. 1989.
My research interest lies in building protocols, architectures, mechanisms to support new uses of computer networks, and to measure, study, and characterize Internet topology and traffic. I am also working on computer graphics rendering.
Wang, W., Chang, H., Goodman, A., Wucherer, E., Jamin, S., “Managing Digital Rights for P2P Live Broadcast and Recording on the Internet,” IEEE Trans. on Multimedia, 2012.
Cassagnes, C., Magoni, D., Chang, H., Wang, W., Jamin, S., “Scalability and Efﬁciency of Push-Driven P2PTV Systems,” Journal of Communications Software and Systems, 7(3), 2011.
Chang, H., Jamin, S., and Wang, W., “Live Streaming with Receiver-based Peer-division Multiplexing,” ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking, 19(1):55–68, 2011.
Dolev, D., Jamin, S., Mokryn, O., Shavitt, Y., “Internet Resiliency to Attacks and Failures Under BGP Policy Routing,” Computer Networks Journal, 50(16):3183–3196, November 2006.
Zhang, B., Wang, W., Jamin, S., Massey, D., Zhang, L., “Universal IP Multicast Delivery,” Computer Networks Journal 50(6):781–806, April 2006.
Cronin, E., Filstrup, B., Kurc, A.R., Jamin, S., “An Efﬁcient Synchronization Mechanism for Mirrored Game Architectures (Extended Version),” Kluwer Multimedia Tools and Applications Journal, 23 (1):7-30, May 2004.