MIL - The University of Tennessee
the university of tennessee machine intelligence lab
  
Xike Li, Ph.D.
  
  
Research High-Performance Packet Switching Architectures 
  
  Multi-Terabit Packet Switching Architecture for Next-Generation Networks
  I developed and analyzed multi-terabit/sec packet switching architectures. My interests are on the theoretical foundations of next-generation packet switching technologies. My work involved performance analysis with an emphasis on deriving stability properties of high speed queueing and switch fabric architectures.
  
Selected Publications
  
[1]     X. Li, I. Elhanany, "Stability of a Frame-Based Oldest-Cell-First Maximal Weight Matching Algorithm," IEEE Transactions on Communications, January, 2008 [pdf]
[2]     X. Li, I. Elhanany, "A Scalable Frame-based Multi-Crosspoint Packet Switching Architecture," 2007 IEEE Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing (HPSR), May, 2007 [pdf]
[3]     X. Li, I. Elhanany, "Stability of a Frame-Based Maximal Weight Matching Algorithm with Transfer Speedup," IEEE Communication Letters, Vol. 9, No. 10, October, 2005 [pdf]
[4]     M. McCollum, I. Elhanany, X. Li, "A Mutlistage Pipelined Memory Management Algorithm for Parallel Shared Memory Switches," Proc. IEEE 48th Midwest Symposium on Circuits & Systems (MWSCAS 2005), Cincinnati, Ohio, August, 2005
[5]     X. Li, I. Elhanany, "A Pipelined Memory Management Algorithm for Distributed Shared Memory Switches," Proc. IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2005, Seoul, Korea, June, 2005 [pdf]
[6]     X. Li, I. Elhanany, "Stability of Frame-Based Maximal Weight Matching Algorithms with Reconfiguration Delays," Proc. 2005 IEEE High-Performance Switching and Routing Symposium (HPSR), Hong-Kong, May, May, 2005 [pdf]
[7]     X. Li, I. Elhanany, "Heterogeneous Maximal-Throughput Bursty Traffic Model with Application to Input-Queued Switches," Proc.2005 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, April, 2005 [pdf]