Poster: Efficient cluster-based resource allocation for co-existing vehicle and cellular users

  • Carballedo R.
  • De La Iglesia I.
  • Hernandez-Jayo U.
  • Januszewski M.
  • Osaba E.
  • Stanczak J.

Research activities in the Vehicle-to-Everything domain have gained momentum in the recent years. A strive for “intelligent” cars, at certain stage probably even entirely autonomous, has triggered advanced studies - in both academia and industry. One of the significant issues to be addressed is how to efficiently share the available ...

Demo: Communication requirements of CACC for high-density platooning

  • De La Iglesia I.
  • Januszewski M.
  • Ochocki M.
  • Vukadinovic V.

Platooning is one of the most relevant Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) services which has attracted attention of both academia and industry. High-density platooning has the potential to reduce fuel consumption due to the reduced air drag and to increase the capacity of the roads due to the smoother traffic flow. The aim ...

Information-driven network resilience: Research challenges and perspectives

  • Niedermayer H.
  • Papadimitriou D.
  • Rak J.
  • Romero P.

Internet designed over 40 years ago was originally focused on host-to-host message delivery in a best effort manner. However, introduction of new applications over the years have brought about new requirements related with throughput, scalability, mobility, security, connectivity, and availability among others. Additionally, convergence of telecommunications, media, and information technology ...

Design Aspects of Multi-Soliton Pulses for Optical Fiber Transmission

  • Aref V.
  • Buelow H.
  • Zhenhua Dong

We explain how to optimize the nonlinear spectrum of multi-soliton pulses by considering the practical constraints of transmitter, receiver, and lumped-amplified link. The optimization is applied for the experimental transmission of 2ns soliton pulses with independent on-off keying of ten eigenvalues over 2000 km of NZ-DSF fiber spans.

Concept for Telecom Network Production Sites Towards Sustainable and Energy-Efficient Operation

  • Casott N.
  • Kosiankowski D.
  • Lange C.
  • Schlenk R.
  • Schlosser M.

Current trends regarding telco network equipment evolution and changing paradigms in energy generation and power supply allow for a re-design of telco network production sites: On the one hand general-purpose hardware together with design ideas borrowed from IT data centers enter the telecom's world and on the other hand concepts ...

Future-Generation Fibers for High-Capacity Communications

  • Ryf R.

We report about transmission experiments in novel fibers that can provide at least one order of magnitude higher capacity than single-mode fibers. The fiber considered are multimode and multicore fibers.

Lagrangian Relaxation for the Time-dependent Combined Network Design and Routing Problem

  • Bernard Fortz
  • Gorgone E.
  • Papadimitriou D.

In communication networks, the routing decision process (distributed and online) remains decoupled from the network design process, i.e., resource installation and allocation planning process (centralized and offline). To reconcile both processes, we ambition to design a distributed optimization technique aware of distributed nature of the routing process by decomposing the ...

Low-Level Frame-Buffer Scraping for GPUs in the Cloud

  • Carroll M.
  • Hadzic I.
  • Woithe H.

We describe and evaluate a software-only implementation of a novel mechanism for accessing and streaming GPU-rendered content from the cloud to low-end user devices. The unique properties of our implementation enable the trivial cloud-deployment of graphics-intensive applications, even ones that were not originally intended to run in the cloud. We ...

A Metric to Describe Access Point Significance in Location Estimation

  • Claussen H.
  • Dashti M.

Indoor localization is a key enabling technology for numerous location based services (LBS). A promising indoor localization technique is location fingerprinting (LF), having the major advantage of exploiting already existing radio infrastructures. LF estimates users location accurately providing reliable Rf fingerprints, that are unique and stable over time. We propose ...

A Steiner tree-based verification approach for handling topology changes in self-organizing networks

  • Ali-Tolppa J.
  • Carle G.
  • Sanneck H.
  • Tsvetkov T.

In today's Self-Organizing Networks (SONs) we differentiate between closed-loop functions, which have a predefined absolute goal, and such that form an action plan that achieves a high expected utility. Both function types perform changes to Configuration Management (CM) parameters, but only the second type may re-adapt the action plan in ...

Non-linear modeling for low and high power microwave transistors

  • Rafael-Valdivia G.
  • Su Z.

An improved way to implement nonlinear models for microwave transistors is shown for GaAs, GaN and LDMOS devices. It allows conventional drain current functions and conventional equivalent circuits to enhance their capabilities in order to predict frequency dispersion.

Deadline-aware TCP congestion control for video streaming services

  • Bouten N.
  • Claeys M.
  • De Schepper K.
  • De Turck F.
  • De Vleeschauwer D.
  • Latre S.
  • Van Leekwijck W.

Video streaming services have continuously gained popularity over the last decades, accounting for about 70% of all consumer Internet traffic in 2016. All of these video streaming sessions have strict delivery deadlines in order to avoid playout interruptions, detrimentally impacting the Quality of Experience (QoE). However, the vast majority of ...

Fluid capacity for energy saving management in multi-layer ultra-dense 4G/5G cellular networks

  • Ali-Tolppa J.
  • Mwanje S.

There is a major demand for reducing energy consumption in mobile networks and it is expected become even more vital in the future (5G) multi-layer Ultra Dense Networks (UDNs), in which the number and density of cells in the different layers will grow dramatically. In these networks, multiple geographically overlapping ...

p-wave triggered superconductivity in single-layer graphene on an electron-doped oxide superconductor

  • Alpern H.
  • Amado M.
  • Barbone M.
  • De Fazio D.
  • Di Bernardo A.
  • Ferrari A.
  • Kalcheim Y.
  • Linder J.
  • Millo O.
  • Ott A.
  • Robinson J.
  • Sassi U.
  • Yoon D.

Electron pairing in the vast majority of superconductors follows the Bardeen-Cooper- Schrieffer theory of superconductivity, which describes the condensation of electrons into pairs with antiparallel spins in a singlet state with an s-wave symmetry. Unconventional superconductivity was predicted in single-layer graphene (SLG), with the electrons pairing with a p-wave or ...

On the Development of a Metric for Quality of Information Content over Anonymised Data-Sets

  • Miche Y.
  • Oliver I.

We propose a framework for measuring the impact of data anonymisation and obfuscation in information theoretic and data mining terms. Privacy functions often hamper machine learning but obscuring the classification functions. We propose to use Mutual Information over non-Euclidean spaces as a means of measuring the distortion induced by privacy ...

A high-performance Two-Phase Multipath scheme for data-center networks

  • Duarte O.
  • Ferraz L.
  • Laufer R.
  • Mattos D.
  • Pujolle G.

Multipath forwarding has been recently proposed to improve utilization in data centers leveraged by its redundant network design. However, most multipath proposals require significant modifications to the tenants' network stack and therefore are only feasible in private clouds. In this paper, we propose the Two-Phase Multipath (TPM) forwarding scheme for ...

Design of low-margin optical networks

  • Pointurier Y.

We review margins used in optical networks and review a formerly proposed margin taxonomy. For each category of margins, we review techniques that the network designer can use, in order to increase the capacity of optical networks, extend their life, decrease deployment cost (CAPEX) or total cost of ownership over ...

On Multiple-domain Cooperative Diversity for Communications with Distributed Content in G.hn Networks

  • Chahibi Y.
  • Gacanin H.
  • Ligata A.

Currently available in-house communication channels have been identified as suitable for broadband data communication. To improve the in-house performance, different diversity techniques, such as multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) schemes have been introduced in power line communication (PLC) systems. However, due to different physical characteristics of mediums, the implementation of spatial diversity ...

Location-based Information Transmission Systems using Visible Light Communications

  • Chen C.
  • Jialong Duan
  • Siu-Wai Ho

Lighting systems are undergoing a revolution from fluorescent lamps or tubes to light emitting diodes. Light emitting diodes have greater energy efficiency and longer lifetime. Built on this new lighting system, this paper considers further using the light sources to provide other benefits. The resulting system has low deployment cost ...

Multi-Layer Optimisation of Heterogenous Networks using Grammatical Genetic Programming

  • Claussen H.
  • David Lynch
  • Kucera S.
  • Michael Fenton
  • Michael O’Neill

Heterogeneous Cellular Networks are comprised of Macro Cells and Small Cells in which all cells occupy the same bandwidth. Provision has been made under the 3GPP-LTE framework for enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination (eICIC) between cell tiers. Expanding on previous works, this paper instruments grammatical Genetic Programming to evolve control heuristics ...