We will offer tutorials in the first week of the program, to provide an introduction to the relevant problems as well as to the relevant concepts from mathematics, statistics, networking, control theory, information theory, economics, and other disciplines, and their applications.
The goal is to familiarize participants with the issues and techniques involved in Internet Multi-Resolution Analysis and to create a common language among researchers coming from different fields. Registration for these tutorials is free, to encourage broad participation.
(University of Wisconsin-Madison, Computer Science)
John Doyle (California Institute of Technology, Control and Dynamical Systems)
Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan, Mathematics)
Mauro Maggioni (Duke University, Mathematics and Computer Science)
Matthew Roughan (University of Adelaide)
Walter Willinger (AT&T Technologies, Engineering Research Center, Mathematics)