Su Xing

Personal profile

Name:Su Xing

Gender:Male

Degrees:Ph.D.

Title:Lecturer

E-mail:xingsu@bjut.edu.cn

Research Areas:

1.Distributed Artificial Intelligence;

2.Multi-agent systems;

3.Disaster management;

4.Wireless sensor network

Publications

1.Xing Su*, Minjie Zhang, Quan Bai, An Innovative Approach for Ad Hoc Network Establishment in Disaster Environments by the Deployment of Wireless Mobile Agents. ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems 13(4): 19:1-19:22 (2019)

2.Xing Su*, Minjie Zhang and Quan Bai, Two Mathematical Programming based Approaches for Wireless Mobile Robot Deployment in Disaster Environments. Computer Journal 62(6): 905-918 (2019)

3.Xing Su, Yuechen Wang, Xibin Jia, Limin Guo*, Zhiming Ding, Two innovative coalition formation models for dynamic task allocation in disaster rescues. Journal of Systems Science & Systems Engineering, 2018: 1-16. (2018)

4.Xing Su*, Minjie Zhang, Quan Bai, Coordination for dynamic weighted task allocation in disaster environments with time, space and communication constraints. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 97:47-56 (2016)

5.Xing Su*, Minjie Zhang,Yi Mu, Trust-based group services selection in web-based service-oriented environments. World Wide Web-Internet and Web Information Systems 19(5):807-832 (2016)

6.Xing Su*, Minjie Zhang and Quan Bai, Dynamic Task Allocation for Heterogeneous Agents in Disaster Environments Under Time, Space and Communication Constraints.Computer Journal58(8):1776-1791 (2015)

7.Xing Su*, Minjie Zhang, Yi Mu, Quan Bai,A robust trust model for service-oriented systems. Journal of Computer and System Sciences 79(5):596~608 (2013)

Personal Statement:

Su Xing is Lecturer and Master Student Supervisor in the College of Computer Science and Technology, Faculty of Information Technology, Beijing University of Technology, China. He received his B.Sc in the School of Software Engineering from Beijing University of Technology in 2007. He received his M.Sc and Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Wollongong, Australia in 2012 and 2015, respectively. His research interests include distributed artificial intelligence, multi-agent systems, disaster management, wireless sensor network and service-oriented computing. He has published more than 15 SCI/EI papers.