Xin Gao

Xin Gao
ShanghaiTech University · School of Information Science and Technology

About

24
Publications
624
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
166
Citations
Citations since 2017
24 Research Items
166 Citations
20172018201920202021202220230102030405060
20172018201920202021202220230102030405060
20172018201920202021202220230102030405060
20172018201920202021202220230102030405060

Publications

Publications (24)
Article
In satellite-terrestrial integrated networks, it is a common practice to schedule real-time tasks from low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites to ground stations (GSs) for data processing. However, the joint task scheduling and resource allocation under unknown environment dynamics (e.g., transmission latency) remains to be a challenging problem. First, t...
Article
In fog-assisted IoT systems, it is a common practice to offload tasks from IoT devices to their nearby fog nodes to reduce task processing latencies and energy consumptions. However, the design of online energy-efficient scheme is still an open problem because of various uncertainties in system dynamics such as processing capacities and transmissio...
Article
For NFV systems, the key design space includes the function chaining for network requests and the resource scheduling for servers. The problem is challenging since NFV systems usually require multiple (often conflicting) design objectives and the computational efficiency of real-time decision making with limited information. Furthermore, the benefi...
Article
In fog-assisted Internet-of-Things systems, it is a common practice to cache popular content at the network edge to achieve high quality of service. Due to uncertainties, in practice, such as unknown file popularities, the cache placement scheme design is still an open problem with unresolved challenges: 1) how to maintain time-averaged storage cos...
Article
In fog computing systems, each fog node often maintains multiple interfaces to achieve simultaneous communications with end devices. To maximize the utilization of network capacities and avoid interference, a critical mission for each fog node is to allocate distinct channels to its interfaces, also known as multi-interface channel allocation , t...
Article
For systems that are based on network function virtualization (NFV), it remains a key challenge to conduct effective service chain composition with the lowest request latency and the minimum network congestion. In such an NFV system, users are usually non-cooperative, i.e., they compete with each other to optimize their own benefits. However, exi...
Article
For wireless caching networks, the scheme design for content delivery is non-trivial in the face of the following tradeoff. On one hand, to optimize overall throughput, users can associate their nearby APs with great channel capacities; however, this may lead to unstable queue backlogs on APs and prolong request delays. On the other hand, to ensure...
Preprint
In fog-assisted IoT systems, it is a common practice to offload tasks from IoT devices to their nearby fog nodes to reduce task processing latencies and energy consumptions. However, the design of online energy-efficient scheme is still an open problem because of various uncertainties in system dynamics such as processing capacities and transmissio...
Preprint
For state-of-the-art network function virtualization (NFV) systems, it remains a key challenge to conduct effective service chain composition for different network services (NSs) with ultra-low request latencies and minimum network congestion. To this end, existing solutions often require full knowledge of the network state, while ignoring the priv...
Preprint
In Fog-assisted IoT systems, it is a common practice to cache popular content at the network edge to achieve high quality of service. Due to uncertainties in practice such as unknown file popularities, cache placement scheme design is still an open problem with unresolved challenges: 1) how to maintain time-averaged storage costs under budgets, 2)...
Preprint
In multi-tiered fog computing systems, to accelerate the processing of computation-intensive tasks for real-time IoT applications, resource-limited IoT devices can offload part of their workloads to nearby fog nodes, %with greater computation capacities, whereafter such workloads may be offloaded to upper-tier fog nodes with greater computation cap...
Preprint
For wireless caching networks, the scheme design for content delivery is non-trivial in the face of the following tradeoff. On one hand, to optimize overall throughput, users can associate their nearby APs with great channel capacities; however, this may lead to unstable queue backlogs on APs and prolong request delays. On the other hand, to ensure...
Preprint
For NFV systems, the key design space includes the function chaining for network requests and resource scheduling for servers. The problem is challenging since NFV systems usually require multiple (often conflicting) design objectives and the computational efficiency of real-time decision making with limited information. Furthermore, the benefits o...
Article
Full-text available
Background: Accurate and noninvasive diagnosis and staging of liver fibrosis are essential for effective clinical management of chronic liver disease (CLD). We aimed to identify serum metabolite markers that reliably predict the stage of fibrosis in CLD patients. Methods: We quantitatively profiled serum metabolites of participants in 2 independ...
Preprint
Full-text available
Background & Aims: Accurate and noninvasive diagnosis and staging of liver fibrosis is essential for effective clinical management of chronic liver disease (CLD). We aimed to identify serum metabolite markers that reliably predict the stage of fibrosis in CLD patients. Methods: We quantitatively profiled serum metabolites of participants in 2 indep...
Article
In multi-tiered fog computing systems, to accelerate the processing of computation-intensive tasks for real-time IoT applications, resource-limited IoT devices can offload part of their workloads to nearby fog nodes, whereafter such workloads may be offloaded to upper-tier fog nodes with greater computation capacities. Such hierarchical offloading,...

Network

Cited By