Stochastic Modeling of Communication, Information and Service Systems: cloud data systems, communication networks, call/contact centers and other service systems; dynamic resource allocation, scheduling and congestion control, distributed algorithms, large scale systems
Stochastic Processes and Queueing Networks: asymptotic methods, fluid and diffusion limits, stochastic stability, large deviations, dynamic control and optimization.
A.L.Stolyar. Comparative throughput analysis of queueing networks with exponential and deterministic service times in nodes, Problems of Information Transmission, vol.27, pp. 99-107, 1991. (Translated from Problemy Peredachi Informatsii, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 15-24, 1991.)
L.B. Boguslavsky, V.S.Podlazov, A.L.Stolyar. Analysis of methods for priority access for local networks with waiting time constraints, Automation and Remote Control, vol.50, pp. 1449-1457, 1989. (Translated from Avtomatika i Telemekhanika, no. 10, pp. 175-186, 1989.)
A.L.Stolyar. On the optimal load control of a queueing network, Automation and Remote Control, vol.50, 1989. (Translated from Avtomatika i Telemekhanika, no. 5, pp.184-187, 1989.)
Articles in Conference Proceedings
S. Shneer, A. L. Stolyar. Stability of a standard decentralised medium access. The Workshop on MAthematical performance Modeling and Analysis (MAMA), 2018.
D. Mukherjee, A. L. Stolyar. Join-Idle-Queue with Service Elasticity. The Workshop on MAthematical performance Modeling and Analysis (MAMA), 2018.
S. Foss, A. L. Stolyar. Join-Idle-Queue system with general service times: Large-scale limit of stationary distributions.
The Workshop on MAthematical performance Modeling and Analysis (MAMA), 2017.
L. Nguyen, A. L. Stolyar. A service system with randomly behaving on-demand agents. SIGMETRICS-2016.
A. L. Stolyar. Large-scale service systems with packing constraints and heterogeneous servers. The Workshop on MAthematical performance Modeling and Analysis (MAMA), 2016.
R. Singh, A. L. Stolyar. MaxWeight Scheduling: Smoothness of the Service Process, INFOCOM-2016.
R. Singh, A. L. Stolyar. MaxWeight Scheduling: Asymptotic Behavior of Unscaled Queue-Differentials in Heavy Traffic. SIGMETRICS-2015.
Y. Guo, A. L. Stolyar, A.Walid. Online Algorithms for Joint Application-VM-Physical-Machine Assignment in a Cloud. SIGMETRICS-2014.
A. L. Stolyar, Y. Zhong. An infinite server system with general packing constraints: Asymptotic optimality of a greedy randomized algorithm. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Allerton Conference, 2013.
Y. Guo, A. L. Stolyar, A.Walid. Shadow-routing based dynamic algorithms for Virtual Machine placement in a network cloud. INFOCOM-2013, pp. 620 - 628. DOI 10.1109/INFCOM.2013.6566847
A. L. Stolyar. An infinite server system with customer-to-server packing constraints. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Allerton Conference, 2012.
A. L. Stolyar, E.Yudovina. Instability of natural load balancing in large-scale flexible-server systems. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Allerton Conference, 2011.
B. Rengarajan, A. L. Stolyar, H. Viswanathan. Self-organizing Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse on the Uplink of OFDMA Systems. Proceeding of CISS'2010, Princeton, March 2010.
A. L. Stolyar, H. Viswanathan. Self-organizing Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse for Best-Effort Traffic Through Distributed Inter-cell Coordination. Proceeding of INFOCOM'2009, Rio de Janeiro, April 2009.
L. Bui, R. Srikant, A. L. Stolyar. Novel Architectures and Algorithms for Delay Reduction in Back-pressure Scheduling and Routing. Proceeding of INFOCOM'2009 Mini-conference, Rio de Janeiro, April 2009.
J. Liu, A. L. Stolyar. Distributed Queue-Length based Algorithms for Optimal End-to-End Throughput Allocation and Stability in Multihop Random Access Networks. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Allerton Conference, 2007.
L. Bui, R. Srikant, A. L. Stolyar. Optimal Resource Allocation for Multicast Flows in Multihop Wireless Networks. CDC-2007.
U. Akyol, M. Andrews, P. Gupta, J. Hobby, I. Saniee, A. L. Stolyar. Joint Scheduling and Congestion Control in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks. Proceeding of INFOCOM'2008, Phoenix, April 14-18, 2008.
A. L. Stolyar, H. Viswanathan. Self-organizing Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse in OFDMA Systems. Proceeding of INFOCOM'2008, Phoenix, April 14-18, 2008.
M. Andrews, K. Jung, A. L. Stolyar. Stability of the Max-Weight Routing and Scheduling Protocol in Dynamic Networks and at Critical Loads. STOC'07, San Diego, CA, June 11-13, 2007.
A. L. Stolyar. Large Deviations of Queues under QoS Scheduling Algorithms. Proceedings of the 44st Annual Allerton Conference, 2006.
P. Gupta, A. L. Stolyar. Optimal Throughput Allocation in General Random-Access Networks. Proceeding of CISS'2006, Princeton, March 2006.
M. Mandjes, I. Saniee, A. L. Stolyar. Load Chracterization and Anomaly Detection for Voice Over IP Traffic. SIGMETRICS/Performance 2001, pp. 326-327.
P. Gupta, Y. Sankarasubramaniam, A. L. Stolyar. Random-Access Scheduling with Service Differentiation in Wireless Networks. Proceeding of INFOCOM'2005, Miami, March 13-17, 2005.
P. Gupta, Y. Sankarasubramaniam, A. L. Stolyar. Distributed Scheduling in Wireless Data Networks with Service Differentiation. ISIT'2004, Chicago, July 2004.
M. Andrews, L. Qian, A. L. Stolyar. Optimal Utility Based Multi-User Throughput Allocation subject to Throughput Constraints. Proceeding of INFOCOM'2005, Miami, March 13-17, 2005.
A. L. Stolyar. Optimal Control of Output-Queued Flexible Server Systems in Heavy Traffic. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Allerton Conference, 2003.
A. Mandelbaum, A. L. Stolyar. Gcmu Scheduling of Flexible Servers: Asymptotic Optimality in Heavy Traffic. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Allerton Conference, 2002.
S. Shakkottai, R. Srikant, A. L. Stolyar. Pathwise Optimality of the Exponential Scheduling Rule for Wireless Channels. Proceedings of ISIT, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 2002.
A.L. Stolyar. Scheduling of a Generalized Switch: Heavy Traffic Regime. Telecommunications Network Design and Management. G.Anandalingam and S.Raghavan, Editors, pp. 143-166, Kluwer, 2002.
A. Mandelbaum, W.A. Massey, M.I. Reiman, A. Stolyar, B.Rider. Queue Length and Waiting Times for Multiserver Queues with Abandonment and Retrials. Telecommunications Systems, 2002, Vol.21, Nos.2-4, pp. 149-171.
S. Shakkottai, A. L. Stolyar. Scheduling Algorithms for a Mixture of Real-Time and Non-Real-Time Data in HDR. Proceedings of the 17th International Teletraffic Congress - ITC-17, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, 24-28 September, 2001, pp. 793-804.
E. G. Coffman, Jr., Ph. Robert, A. L. Stolyar. The interval packing process of linear networks. SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation Review, 1999, Vol. 27(3), pp. 3-4.
E.G. Coffman, Jr., A.L. Stolyar. Fluid Limits, Bin Packing, and Stochastic Analysis of Algorithms. Proc. of the Tenth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA-1999), pp. 877-878, New York, 1999. ACM Press.
A. Mandelbaum, W.A. Massey, M.I. Reiman, A.L. Stolyar. Waiting Time Asymptotics for Time Varying Multiserver Queues with Abandonment and Retrials. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Allerton Conference, 1999, pp. 1095-1104.
A.L. Stolyar and K.K. Ramakrishnan, The Stability of a Flow Merge Point with Non-Interleaving Cut-Through Scheduling Disciplines. INFOCOM'99, New York, March 23-25, 1999, pp. 1231-1238.
R. Pazhyannur, A. Stolyar and P. Fleming. Fluid Analysis of CDMA Cellular Systems. Proceedings of the 15th International Teletraffic Congress - ITC-15, Washington, DC, 22-27 June, 1997, pp. 13-22.
A.G. Greenberg, S. Shenker, A.L. Stolyar. Asynchronous Updates in Large Parallel Systems. Proceedings of ACM Sigmetrics'96, 1996, pp. 91-103.
A.L. Stolyar. On the stability of multiclass queueing networks. Second International Conference on Telecommunication Systems, Modeling and Analysis, Nashville, TN, March 23-26, 1994, pp. 23-36.
P.J. Fleming, A. Stolyar and B. Simon. Heavy traffic limit for a mobile system model. Second International Conference on Telecommunication Systems, Modeling and Analysis, Nashville, TN, March 23-26, 1994, pp. 317-327.
L.B. Boguslavsky and A.L. Stolyar. Performance analysis of data link and communication device control procedures in distributed micro/mini computer systems. Lecture Notes in Control and Information Science, System Modeling and Optimization, vol. 84, pp. 91-101, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1986.
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