Hiroshi Fujinoki

Department of Computer Science
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026-1656
Email: hfujino@siue.edu
Office: EB2067
Phone: (618) 650-3727

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Teaching in Fall 3100:
CS312 Computer Organization
CS516 Computer Architecture
CS547/CS490-001 Network Programming

Teaching in Summer 3100:
CS447 Computer Networks and Data Communication


I am currently an assistant professor at Department of Computer Science at Southern Illinois University. I got a Ph.D. degree in Department of Computer Science and Engineering at theUniversity of South Florida in August 2001. I received a Master's degree in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology in May 1995 and a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Meiji University in Tokyo. My research is in the area of routing algorithms and protocols for dynamic multicast. My advisor at USF was Dr. Ken Christensen.

My research area is multicast routing in computer networks. I have proposedthe Shortest Best Path Tree (SBPT) and Path Length Control (PLC) multicastrouting algorithms that efficiently tradeoff bandwidth consumption and path length for each multicast receiver. The SBPT algorithm guarantees the shortest path while it minimizes bandwidth consumption. The PLC algorithm allows each multicast receiver to trade-off bandwidth consumption and path length, depending on the end-to-end delay requirements of each receiver. Another contribution is the Distributed Reverse Path Join (DRPJ) multicast routing protocol to efficiently detect multicast neighbors to establish a path from a receiver to a sender. The SBPT and PLC multicast routing algorithms and the DRPJ protocol were evaluated using simulation experiments.

In FAll 2001 I taught Computer Networks and Data Communication (CS 447). I also taught Computer Architecture (CS 516).


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