Rui Valadas
Rui Valadas
Professor of Computer Networks, IST, Portugal
Verified email at ist.utl.pt
TitleCited byYear
Optical interference produced by artificial light
AJC Moreira, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
Wireless Networks 3 (2), 131-140, 1997
2131997
Multiscale fitting procedure using Markov modulated Poisson processes
P Salvador, R Valadas, A Pacheco
Telecommunication systems 23 (1-2), 123-148, 2003
1592003
Characterisation and modelling of artificial light interference in optical wireless communication systems
AJC Moreira, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile …, 1995
1091995
Performance of infrared transmission systems under ambient light interference
AJC Moreira, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
IEE Proceedings-Optoelectronics 143 (6), 339-346, 1996
941996
Modeling IP traffic: joint characterization of packet arrivals and packet sizes using BMAPs
P Salvador, A Pacheco, R Valadas
Computer Networks 44 (3), 335-352, 2004
822004
MPLS over WDM network design with packet level QoS constraints based on ILP models
L Gouveia, P Patrício, AF de Sousa, R Valadas
IEEE INFOCOM 2003. Twenty-second Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE …, 2003
802003
Experimental characterisation and modelling of the reflection of infrared signals on indoor surfaces
CR Lomba, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
IEE Proceedings-Optoelectronics 145 (3), 191-197, 1998
731998
The infrared physical layer of the IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless local area networks
RT Valadas, AR Tavares, AMO Duarte, AC Moreira, CT Lomba
IEEE Communications Magazine 36 (12), 107-112, 1998
681998
Sectored receivers for indoor wireless optical communication systems
RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
5th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio …, 1994
521994
Robust feature selection and robust PCA for Internet traffic anomaly detection
C Pascoal, MR De Oliveira, R Valadas, P Filzmoser, P Salvador, ...
2012 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM, 1755-1763, 2012
512012
Sectored receivers to combat the multipath dispersion of the indoor optical channel
CRAT Lomba, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile …, 1995
431995
Reducing the effects of artificial light interference in wireless infrared transmission systems
AJC Moreira, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
IET Digital Library, 1996
421996
Performance of an optical sectored receiver for indoor wireless communication systems in presence of artificial and natural noise sources
AMR Tavares, RJMT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
Wireless Data Transmission 2601, 264-273, 1995
411995
Modulation methods for wireless infrared transmission systems: performance under ambient light noise and interference
AJC Moreira, AMR Tavares, RJMT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
Wireless Data Transmission 2601, 226-237, 1995
401995
Propagation losses and impulse response of the indoor optical channel: A simulation package
CRAT Lomba, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
International Zurich seminar on Digital communications, 285-297, 1994
401994
Efficient simulation of the impulse response of the indoor wireless optical channel
CR Lomba, RT Valadas, AM de Oliveira Duarte
International Journal of Communication Systems 13 (7‐8), 537-549, 2000
382000
Modeling network traffic with multifractal behavior
A Nogueira, P Salvador, R Valadas, A Pacheco
Telecommunication Systems 24 (2-4), 339-362, 2003
282003
Angle diversity and rate-adaptive transmission for indoor wireless optical communications
A Tavares, R Valadas, RL Aguiar, AO Duarte
IEEE Communications Magazine 41 (3), 64-73, 2003
272003
Framework for zombie detection using neural networks
P Salvador, A Nogueira, U Franca, R Valadas
2009 Fourth International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection …, 2009
262009
Theoretical evaluation of feature selection methods based on mutual information
C Pascoal, MR Oliveira, A Pacheco, R Valadas
Neurocomputing 226, 168-181, 2017
252017
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