Ketil Danielsen

Faculty of Logistics
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Associate Professor
Contact
+4771214212
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Study place
Molde
Office nr.
A2.059

Teach IT courses in web programming, databases and simulation for logistics. Study leader for 1-year study in IT and for the bachelor in IT and digitalization.

PhD Telecommunications. Research on resource allocation in computer networks using simulation of realtime pricing to regulate congestion. In 1998 pilot testing RSVP resource reservation in the Internet for realtime voice and video. Simulated adhoc routing in mobile sensor networks in the 2000s. Also done some simulation of algorithms for connection rerouting after link failures in telecom networks.  Using ns2/C++ (now ns3). More recently been a bit involved in simulation of patient flow and container flow using Arena, and vehicle routing.

Publications

  • Jæger, Bjørn & Danielsen, Ketil (2006). On rerouting in MPLS based networks. WSEAS Transactions on Communications.  ISSN 1109-2742.  5(10), s 2024- 2030 Show summary
  • Molka-Danielsen, Judith Ann & Danielsen, Ketil (2000). Pricing and admissions policies for IP networks. Telektronikk.  ISSN 0085-7130.  96(2), s 59- 67 Show summary
  • Danielsen, Ketil; Jæger, Bjørn & Molka-Danielsen, Judith (1998). Kvalitetsgarantier for multimediatjenester. Unitnytt.  ISSN 1504-8403.  (2)
  • Danielsen, Ketil & Weiss, Martin B. H. (1997). User control and IP allocation, In Lee W. McKnight & Joseph P. Bailey (ed.),  Internet economics.  MIT Press.  ISBN 0-262-13336-9.  Kapittel.  s 305 - 321
  • Danielsen, Ketil & Weiss, Martin B. H. (1996). Real-time end user input to the network link sharing problem, In Peder J. Emstad; Bjarne Emil Helvik & Arne H. Myskja (ed.),  The Thirteenth Nordic Teletraffic Seminar, NTS-13 : Trondheim, Norway, August 20-22, 1996.  NTNU : department of telematics.  ISBN 82-993980-0-2.  Kapittel.  s 305 - 312

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  • Jæger, Bjørn & Danielsen, Ketil (2006). Effects of rerouting after service disruption in MPLS based networks. Show summary
  • Jæger, Bjørn & Danielsen, Ketil (2006). Effects of rerouting after service disruption in MPLS based networks, In  Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Informatics and Communications [CD ROM].  WSEAS Working Group on Computer Science ; WSEAS Working Group on Commu. Show summary
  • Jæger, Bjørn & Danielsen, Ketil (2004). Effect of rerouting after service disruption in MPLS based networks.
  • Danielsen, Ketil (2001). Auctions and preemptions in reservation-based computer networks.
  • Danielsen, Ketil (2000). RSVP pilotprosjekt.
  • Danielsen, Ketil & Molka-Danielsen, Judith (1999). Admissions and preemption in auction-based reservation networks.
  • Molka-Danielsen, Judith Ann & Danielsen, Ketil (1999). Pricing in admissions policy : using hold options over IP networks.
  • Molka-Danielsen, Judith Ann & Danielsen, Ketil (1999). Pricing in admissions policy : using hold options over IP networks (Paper for the 27th Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Sept 25-27, 1999, Washington D.C., USA). Arbeidsnotat (Høgskolen i Molde). 1999:08.
  • Danielsen, Ketil (1998). RSVP pilotprosjekt.
  • Danielsen, Ketil (1998). Real-time auctions for network resource allocation.
  • Danielsen, Ketil (1998). UNINETT RSVP pilotprosjekt.
  • Danielsen, Ketil; Jæger, Bjørn & Molka-Danielsen, Judith A. (1998). RSVP technology for UNINETT multimedia services : pilot project, technical tests.
  • Danielsen, Ketil; Molka-Danielsen, Judith & Jæger, Bjørn (1998). Fremtidens kommunikasjonsnettverk, I: Lasse Bræin & Arild Hervik (red.),  Populærvitenskapelige artikler : Forskningsdagene 98.  Høgskolen i Molde.  ISBN 82-90347-84-7.  Kapittel.  s 57 - 59 Show summary
  • Danielsen, Ketil; Molka-Danielsen, Judith & Jæger, Bjørn (1998). Tester framtidas internett. Romsdals Budstikke..  ISSN 0806-5160.  s 20
  • Danielsen, Ketil & Weiss, Martin B. H. (1996). Real-time end user input to the network link sharing problem.

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