Nail Akar
Nail Akar
Professor of Electrical and Electronics Eng. Dept., Bilkent University
Verified email at ee.bilkent.edu.tr - Homepage
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An invariant subspace approach in M/G/l and G/M/l type Markov chains
N Akar, K Sohraby
Stochastic Models 13 (3), 381-416, 1997
1051997
Matrix-geometric solutions of M/G/1-type Markov chains: A unifying generalized state-space approach
N Akar, NC Oguz, K Sohraby
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 16 (5), 626-639, 1998
631998
Wavelength converter sharing in asynchronous optical packet/burst switching: An exact blocking analysis for Markovian arrivals
N Akar, E Karasan, K Dogan
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 24 (12), 69-80, 2006
592006
A common solution to a pair of linear matrix equations over a principal ideal domain
AB Özgüler, N Akar
Linear Algebra and its Applications 144, 85-99, 1991
511991
Equilibrium pricing in multi-service priority-based networks
LA Dasilva, DW Petr, N Akar
GLOBECOM 97. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference. Conference Record 3 …, 1997
491997
Finite and infinite QBD chains: a simple and unifying algorithmic approach
N Akar, K Sohraby
Proceedings of INFOCOM'97 3, 1105-1113, 1997
481997
Infinite-and finite-buffer Markov fluid queues: a unified analysis
N Akar, K Sohraby
Journal of applied probability, 557-569, 2004
392004
A novel computational method for solving finite QBD processes
N Akar, NC Oğuz, K Sohraby
Stochastic Models 16 (2), 273-311, 2000
362000
A survey of quality of service differentiation mechanisms for optical burst switching networks
N Akar, E Karasan, KG Vlachos, EA Varvarigos, D Careglio, M Klinkowski, ...
Optical Switching and Networking 7 (1), 1-11, 2010
312010
A simple and effective mechanism for stored video streaming with TCP transport and server-side adaptive frame discard
E Gürses, GB Akar, N Akar
Computer Networks 48 (4), 489-501, 2005
312005
Solving multi-regime feedback fluid queues
HE Kankaya, N Akar
Stochastic Models 24 (3), 425-450, 2008
292008
Exact calculation of blocking probabilities for bufferless optical burst switched links with partial wavelength conversion
N Akar, E Karasan
Broadband Networks, 2004. BroadNets 2004. Proceedings. First International …, 2004
29*2004
A numerically efficient method for the MAP/D/1/K queue via rational approximations
N Akar, E Arikan
Queueing systems 22 (1-2), 97-120, 1996
291996
Markov fluid queue model of an energy harvesting IoT device with adaptive sensing
C Tunc, N Akar
Performance Evaluation 111, 1-16, 2017
272017
TELPACK: an advanced teletraffic analysis package
N Akar, NC Oguz, K Sohraby
IEEE Communications Magazine 36 (8), 84-87, 1998
231998
Shared-per-wavelength asynchronous optical packet switching: A comparative analysis
N Akar, C Raffaelli, M Savi, E Karasan
Computer Networks 54 (13), 2166-2181, 2010
222010
Exact analysis of single-wavelength optical buffers with feedback Markov fluid queues
HE Kankaya, N Akar
Journal of Optical Communications and Networking 1 (6), 530-542, 2009
202009
Performance evaluation of slotted optical burst switching systems with quality of service differentiation
O Ozturk, E Karasan, N Akar
Journal of lightwave technology 27 (14), 2621-2633, 2009
202009
Static pricing and quality of service in multiple service networks
LA DaSilva, DW Petr, N Akar
Proc. 5th Joint Conference on Information Sciences 1, 355-358, 2000
202000
Stochastic analysis of finite population bufferless multiplexing in optical packet/burst switching systems
N Akar, Y Gunalay
IEICE transactions on communications 90 (2), 342-345, 2007
192007
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