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    2525=== GEMINI: A GENI Instrumentation and Measurement Infrastructure ===
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    27 This demo will showcase the current status and emerging directions in the GEMINI project. We will demonstrate the process for adding and using I&M data for experimenters and will show data being gathered from an existing experiment.
     27 This demo will showcase the current status and emerging directions in the GEMINI project. We will demonstrate the process for adding and using I&M data for experimenters and will show data being gathered from an existing experiment.
    2828
    2929=== LEARN-ORCA cluster and VLAN poster ===
     
    3131=== BISmark: network monitoring_ visualization and event-driven control ===
    3232
    33 BISmark is a home router-based measurement, visualization and control system that is being widely deployed and provides a platform for extending GENI into the home. The project extends the previously demonstrated Resonance control system to provide a general framework for even-driven network control.
     33 BISmark is a home router-based measurement, visualization and control system that is being widely deployed and provides a platform for extending GENI into the home. The project extends the previously demonstrated Resonance control system to provide a general framework for even-driven network control.
    3434
    3535=== GIMI: Large-scale GENI Instrumentation and Measurement Infrastructure ===
    3636
    37 In this GEC13 demo we will perform OML-capable Iperf throughput measurements from locations all over the US (potentially all over the world) to instances in different clouds (EC2, GENICloud, ORCA). We will demonstrate how such a measurement can be performed in an automated fashion by i) allocating required resources, ii) instantiating images that include pre-installed measurement tools, iii) permanently storing the data in a distributed repository, and iv) making results available via the GIMI portal. The result will show the network capacities from many locations into several cloud platforms. This information might be critical in deciding where an application that is highly dependent on networking performance should be hosted.
     37 In this GEC13 demo we will perform OML-capable Iperf throughput measurements from locations all over the US (potentially all over the world) to instances in different clouds (EC2, GENICloud, ORCA). We will demonstrate how such a measurement can be performed in an automated fashion by i) allocating required resources, ii) instantiating images that include pre-installed measurement tools, iii) permanently storing the data in a distributed repository, and iv) making results available via the GIMI portal. The result will show the network capacities from many locations into several cloud platforms. This information might be critical in deciding where an application that is highly dependent on networking performance should be hosted.
    3838
    3939=== ExoGENI demo ===
     
    4343=== InstaGENI rack demonstration ===
    4444
    45 The first two InstaGENI racks are scheduled to be installed at the University of Utah and Princeton. We will demonstrate the creation of slices on these racks, and describe the hardware, software, and uses cases for the racks.
     45 The first two InstaGENI racks are scheduled to be installed at the University of Utah and Princeton. We will demonstrate the creation of slices on these racks, and describe the hardware, software, and uses cases for the racks.
    4646
    4747=== DIGOBREG Demo and Poster ===
    4848
    49 Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) will be demonstrating the functionality of the Measurement Data Archive prototype, which is implemented using the Digital Object Architecture.
    50 
    51 The Measurement Data Archive prototype system consists of two components: 1) User Workspace and 2) Object Archive. The User Workspace component is an entry point for users (e.g., experimenters, instrumentation researchers, etc.) to store and transfer measurement data, which could be in a variety of forms (e.g., formatted datasets, raw files, etc.). Data and metadata files managed in the user workspace can be archived for long-term storage in an Object Archive. Once data is archived, a persistent and unique identifier is created.
     49 Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) will be demonstrating the functionality of the Measurement Data Archive prototype, which is implemented using the Digital Object Architecture.
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     51 The Measurement Data Archive prototype system consists of two components: 1) User Workspace and 2) Object Archive. The User Workspace component is an entry point for users (e.g., experimenters, instrumentation researchers, etc.) to store and transfer measurement data, which could be in a variety of forms (e.g., formatted datasets, raw files, etc.). Data and metadata files managed in the user workspace can be archived for long-term storage in an Object Archive. Once data is archived, a persistent and unique identifier is created.
    5252
    5353=== IMF message server ===
     
    5757=== OnTimeMeasure Demo ===
    5858
    59 We will demonstrate how I&M capabilities of OnTimeMeasure software/service available for GENI experimenters can be used in an integrated manner with Flack/ProtoGENI, INSTOOLS, Gush, OMNI and LAMP.
     59 We will demonstrate how I&M capabilities of OnTimeMeasure software/service available for GENI experimenters can be used in an integrated manner with Flack/ProtoGENI, INSTOOLS, Gush, OMNI and LAMP.
    6060
    6161=== NetKarma Demo: GENI Provenance Registry and Portal ===
     
    7474=== Mid-Atlantic Crossroads (MAX) Demo  ===
    7575
    76 In this demonstration we will show multi-aggregate stitching between the MAX and CRON Aggregates. This will include the provision of resources across the MAX Aggregate, CRON Aggregate, Internet2 ION, and LONI Regional network. In addition, we will describe this functionality in the context of the larger tree-mode multi-aggregate stitching architecture and implementation work underway. We will also show the incorporation of OpenFlow network regions into the overall stitching process.
     76 In this demonstration we will show multi-aggregate stitching between the MAX and CRON Aggregates. This will include the provision of resources across the MAX Aggregate, CRON Aggregate, Internet2 ION, and LONI Regional network. In addition, we will describe this functionality in the context of the larger tree-mode multi-aggregate stitching architecture and implementation work underway. We will also show the incorporation of OpenFlow network regions into the overall stitching process.
    7777
    7878=== GENI ShadowNet ===
     
    9595=== K-GENI demo ===
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    97 K-GENI international Future Internet testbed between Korea and the US for GENI collaborations will be introduced with recent updates, and we will demonstrate a software platform developed for the federated network operations and management based on DvNOC and GMOC collaborative works.The federated network operations and management demo includes network abstraction for operations, open data sharing mechanism between international testbeds, and dynamic global identifier generation & allocation for virtual network slices across national boundaries.
     97 K-GENI international Future Internet testbed between Korea and the US for GENI collaborations will be introduced with recent updates, and we will demonstrate a software platform developed for the federated network operations and management based on DvNOC and GMOC collaborative works.The federated network operations and management demo includes network abstraction for operations, open data sharing mechanism between international testbeds, and dynamic global identifier generation & allocation for virtual network slices across national boundaries.
    9898
    9999=== Syndicate demo ===
    100100
    101 Syndicate is a distributed read-write filesystem which harnesses a CDN to deliver file data to a scalable number of readers. It provides the semantics of a traditional distributed filesystem, but by leveraging a CDN it decouples read performance from file persistence. This allows users to keep their data in Syndicate on the media of their choice without impacting aggregate read bandwidth. We will present a walk-through of the functionality Syndicate offers to users, and show how many readers spread across PlanetLab can concurrently read a large file from an origin server's USB stick by streaming the data through a CoBlitz CDN instance in VICCI.
     101 Syndicate is a distributed read-write filesystem which harnesses a CDN to deliver file data to a scalable number of readers. It provides the semantics of a traditional distributed filesystem, but by leveraging a CDN it decouples read performance from file persistence. This allows users to keep their data in Syndicate on the media of their choice without impacting aggregate read bandwidth. We will present a walk-through of the functionality Syndicate offers to users, and show how many readers spread across PlanetLab can concurrently read a large file from an origin server's USB stick by streaming the data through a CoBlitz CDN instance in VICCI.
    102102
    103103=== MySlice over SFA GUI demo ===
    104104
    105 We will demonstrate a web-based resource management tool called MySlice, which makes it easy to list, filter and attach resources made available through PlanetLab’s SFA control framework, annotated with useful information from different monitoring sources (e.g., reliability and utilization over time, geographic and network location, and more).
    106 
    107 Features of MySlice:
     105 We will demonstrate a web-based resource management tool called MySlice, which makes it easy to list, filter and attach resources made available through PlanetLab’s SFA control framework, annotated with useful information from different monitoring sources (e.g., reliability and utilization over time, geographic and network location, and more).
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     107 Features of MySlice:
    108108    MySlice uses SFA’s delegation capabilities to permit an SFA client to run on a remote webserver. [[BR]]
    109109    Resources can be selected using measurement data gathered from a number of independent measurement and monitoring projects, including TopHat, CoMon, and SWORD [[BR]]
    110110
    111 Elements of MySlice are already in use as part of the standard PlanetLab web interface, used by hundreds of users.
     111 Elements of MySlice are already in use as part of the standard PlanetLab web interface, used by hundreds of users.
    112112
    113113=== Experimentation over OFELIA testbed: Power-aware Routing ===
    114114
    115 This demo presents a real experiment over the OFELIA i2CAT-island's infrastructure. Taking advantage of the SDN paradigm to control the routing depending on the power consumption of the network, this demo shows the possibilities of experimentation provided by OFELIA OpenFlow-enable testbed and its Control Framework.
     115 This demo presents a real experiment over the OFELIA i2CAT-island's infrastructure. Taking advantage of the SDN paradigm to control the routing depending on the power consumption of the network, this demo shows the possibilities of experimentation provided by OFELIA OpenFlow-enable testbed and its Control Framework.
    116116
    117117
    118118=== Parallel service dependent load-balancing ===
    119119
    120 Parallel service dependent load-balancing: We provide a technical demonstration for the idea of a typical data-center required load-balancing solution with OpenFlow. The demo shows parallel load-balancing on the OFELIA TUB-Island using tools like FlowVisor and NOX including the developed load-balancing plug-ins. We will show how to create an virtual topology and measure the real hardware performance of the described load-balancing scenario.
     120 Parallel service dependent load-balancing: We provide a technical demonstration for the idea of a typical data-center required load-balancing solution with OpenFlow. The demo shows parallel load-balancing on the OFELIA TUB-Island using tools like FlowVisor and NOX including the developed load-balancing plug-ins. We will show how to create an virtual topology and measure the real hardware performance of the described load-balancing scenario.
    121121
    122122=== How real-time simulation enables interaction between real machines and the simulator ===
    123123
    124 We will show how real-time simulation enables interaction between real machines and the simulator. SeattleGENI will be used as means to launch simultaneous commands from containers attached to our simulator. Also, we will show how our GUI tool called Slingshot is used to receive updates and change simulation states in real-time.
     124 We will show how real-time simulation enables interaction between real machines and the simulator. SeattleGENI will be used as means to launch simultaneous commands from containers attached to our simulator. Also, we will show how our GUI tool called Slingshot is used to receive updates and change simulation states in real-time.
    125125
    126126=== Resource allocation demonstration ===
     
    141141=== WiMAX at NYU-Poly: Cooperative Packet Recovery over Heterogeneous Networks ===
    142142
    143 We will demonstrate a protocol we have implemented for cooperative packet recovery over heterogeneous networks (e.g. GENI WiMAX and WiFi).
    144 The cooperative recovery protocol takes advantage of the multiplicity of radios on modern networked devices to improve the performance of a multimedia multicast service that serves clients with varying wireless channel conditions. We will demonstrate our implementation over the open-access GENI testbed at NYU-Poly.
     143 We will demonstrate a protocol we have implemented for cooperative packet recovery over heterogeneous networks (e.g. GENI WiMAX and WiFi).
     144 The cooperative recovery protocol takes advantage of the multiplicity of radios on modern networked devices to improve the performance of a multimedia multicast service that serves clients with varying wireless channel conditions. We will demonstrate our implementation over the open-access GENI testbed at NYU-Poly.
    145145
    146146=== Wideband Cognitive Radio Demonstration ===
    147147
    148 Demonstration of wide-band radio transceiver for the GENI CogRadio system. The demonstration will highlight the WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) radio operating on an FPGA platform. Signal analyzers will demonstrate the system operating at 100MHz, 400MHz, 900Mhz and 2400MHz on a combination of cabled connections (for licensed bands) and free space (for unlicensed bands). The demonstration will also include a poster detailed the software infrastructure employed.
     148 Demonstration of wide-band radio transceiver for the GENI CogRadio system. The demonstration will highlight the WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) radio operating on an FPGA platform. Signal analyzers will demonstrate the system operating at 100MHz, 400MHz, 900Mhz and 2400MHz on a combination of cabled connections (for licensed bands) and free space (for unlicensed bands). The demonstration will also include a poster detailed the software infrastructure employed.
    149149
    150150===  WiMax and CIAN collaboration ===
    151151
    152 This will be a demo of the current initiative to integrate the WiMax basestation with the "smart optical switching test bed" at Columbia University. This is a collaboration between groups at Columbia to demonstrate the smart cross-layer switching of WiMax data through an optical switch with dynamic routing.
     152 This will be a demo of the current initiative to integrate the WiMax basestation with the "smart optical switching test bed" at Columbia University. This is a collaboration between groups at Columbia to demonstrate the smart cross-layer switching of WiMax data through an optical switch with dynamic routing.
    153153
    154154=== Streaming between vehicle and infrastructure using Network Coding ===
    155155
    156 The demo will consist of a video stream from a vehicle to infrastructure over one or more wireless channels (WIMAX and/or WiFi). The quality of the channel is impaired by mobility and external interference. Network Coding can improve video quality by introducing redundancy when needed. This demo will show the effectiveness of Network Coding in such a disruptive environment.
     156 The demo will consist of a video stream from a vehicle to infrastructure over one or more wireless channels (WIMAX and/or WiFi). The quality of the channel is impaired by mobility and external interference. Network Coding can improve video quality by introducing redundancy when needed. This demo will show the effectiveness of Network Coding in such a disruptive environment.
    157157
    158158=== Clemson Wimax Demo  ===
     
    165165
    166166 Demonstrates benefits of a generalized storage-aware routing protocol (GSTAR), which uses in-network storage and smart route selection to handle disconnections and intermittent bad access links to efficiently deliver data to multi-homed (WiFi, WiMAX) mobile devices.
     167
    167168=== WiRover/WiMAX demo ===
    168169
     
    173174===  Lehigh Tourist Guide using SECON ===
    174175
    175 We will demo an application that makes use of content centric networking features we have developed in our Secure Content-Centric Mobile Network (SECON) project.
     176 We will demo an application that makes use of content centric networking features we have developed in our Secure Content-Centric Mobile Network (SECON) project.
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    177178
     
    182183=== TIED GEC Demo  ===
    183184
    184     Demonstrate prototype policy management tools that enable system managers, resource owners, and other stakeholders to define and understand GENI authorization policies.
     185 Demonstrate prototype policy management tools that enable system managers, resource owners, and other stakeholders to define and understand GENI authorization policies.
    185186
    186187=== Socially Aware Single System Image ===
    187188
    188 Incentive based schemes for resource pooling among friends to create Single System Image (SSI) clusters.
     189 Incentive based schemes for resource pooling among friends to create Single System Image (SSI) clusters.
    189190
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    193194=== OpenFlow at Clemson: Data Analysis Network ===
    194195
    195 REU students at Clemson join force with campus network and security engineers to develop this OpenFlow-based tool to flexibly deploy and manage traffic sensors for diverse subnets with different security requirements.
     196 REU students at Clemson join force with campus network and security engineers to develop this OpenFlow-based tool to flexibly deploy and manage traffic sensors for diverse subnets with different security requirements.
    196197
    197198=== OFUWI: Network Coding ===
    198199
    199 Our demo in GEC 13 will focus on delivering Network Coding performance through wireless video application. At this time, our encoder is able to combine multiple TCP flows and the decoder later separates them. We will make use of Emulab to facilitate our demo. This GENI experiment integrates NetFPGA cards as key component in our high performance router. We will present a poster with our current results.
     200 Our demo in GEC 13 will focus on delivering Network Coding performance through wireless video application. At this time, our encoder is able to combine multiple TCP flows and the decoder later separates them. We will make use of Emulab to facilitate our demo. This GENI experiment integrates NetFPGA cards as key component in our high performance router. We will present a poster with our current results.
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