Here is my publications list in BibTeX format.

@inproceedings{Savioja:94, author= "Lauri Savioja and Timo Rinne and Tapio Takala", title= "{Simulation of Room Acoustics with a 3-D Finite Difference Mesh}", booktitle= "{Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference (ICMC '94)}", oganization= "ICMC", year= 1994, month= {September}, pages= "463--466", abstract= "{Room acoustics has been digitally modeled with impulse responses calculated by ray-tracing or image-source methods. Both of them are based on geometrical acoustics, which is well applicable only to high frequencies, where diffraction can be neglected. Based on previous research on waveguide meshes, we have implemented a finite difference scheme of arbitrary dimension and used it to model sound propagation in three-dimensional room spaces. The method has shown promising results, particularly clearly demonstrating the diffraction effect. Future research includes combining the finite difference scheme to the geometrical acoustics as a low frequency counterpart.}" } @manual{RFC1756, author= "T. Rinne", title= "{IETF RFC 1756: Remote Write Protocol -- Version 1.0}", organization= "IETF", year= 1995, month= {January} } @mastersthesis{Rinne:96, author= "Timo J. Rinne", title= "{\em Microkernel Integration into a Scalable ATM Switching Unit}", school= "Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Computer Science", address= {Otakaari 1, 02150 Espoo, Finland}, year= 1996, month= {October}, abstract= "{The telecommunication industry is in the process of change. Software used in telecommunication devices is slowly but steadily moving from purely proprietary solutions towards a more open approach. Standard methods are used more and more in software engineering and standard communication systems are used in communication between software modules. In order to clarify the suitability of existing standards in creating distributed systems, distributed object technology is studied and the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) standard is explored. A connection between an efficient ATM cell relay and the unit controlling the relay is studied. A model of an existing proprietary control interface is presented and a new model based on the open object based standards is discussed. Also the transition path from the existing model to the new model is outlined. The ATM control interface is modeled using the standard interface definition language. New general purpose operating systems are going to be widely used in all kinds of computers. They can be used in small embedded systems as well as in complex distributed computer systems like telephone switches. In this work, microkernel technology is investigated and two different microkernels are evaluated. A general purpose microkernel is ported into a ATM backbone switch hardware in order to demonstrate that existing products and standards can be used in the complex telecommunication equipment in which software has traditionally been purely proprietary.}" }