Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of GEC17Agenda/WiMAXDevelopers


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    555 === 6.3)  WiMAX Tutorials at GEC16 ===
     555=== 6.3)  WiMAX Tutorials at GEC17 ===
    5565565:00pm
    557 Organized by Fraida Fund  (NYU Poly)  [[BR]]
     557Organized by NYU Poly  [[BR]]
    5585580min  [[BR]]
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    563 === 6.4)  Wireless Demos at GEC16 ===
     563=== 6.4)  Wireless Demos at GEC17 ===
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    567 
    568 ===== Vertical Handoff Using OpenFlow =====
    569 
    570 This demonstration will show how OpenFlow, Open vSwitch, and the Floodlight controller can be used as a vertical handoff solution between different network interfaces. Traffic will be generated from a server application, and with the handoff solution, will be sent using various networking interfaces to a client. The client will receive the traffic from the server. The interfaces used on the server will be alternated to show the handoff process.
    571 
    572 Participants:
    573   * Ryan Izard, rizard@clemson.edu
    574 
    575 ===== Network Coding on ProtoGENI for Vehicular Networks =====
    576 
    577 Network coding using ProtoGENI testbed will be demonstrated. By implementing network coding and multipath forwarding capabilities in the core network, this demo is designed for supporting efficient broadband data delivery in infrastructure-based vehicular networks at Clemson.
    578 
    579 Participants:
    580   * Ke Xu, kxu@clemson.edu
    581 
    582 ===== Supporting !MobilityFirst in OpenFlow Based SDNs =====
    583 
    584 !MobilityFirst (clean slate FIA project) has some unique features such as a globally unique naming scheme (GUID), storage aware routing etc. In this demo, we use GENI resources to show that such experimental non IP features can be enabled using OpenFlow based SDNs, by writing appropriate control programs that handle them.
    585 
    586 Participants:
    587   * Aravind Krishnamoorthy, aravind.k90@rutgers.edu
    588 
    589 ===== WiMAX Prototyping in Metro Detroit =====
    590 
    591 Our initial coverage measurement and the tools we have developed to facilitate the road tests will be presented. We will also show the OpenXC platform and its integration with GENI, which may well benefit Wireless Vehicular Networking by offering you more insights into your car's operation.
    592 
    593 Participants:
    594   * Yu Chen, yuchen.wayne@gmail.com
    595 
    596 ===== Mobility Services Engine =====
    597 
    598 A Demonstration of the Mobility Services Engine (MSE). This will be a live demonstration of the MSE using a laptop client. We will highlight some of the measurement capabilities of the system.
    599 
    600 Participants:
    601   * Derek Meyer, dmeyer@cs.wisc.edu
    602 
    603 ===== !MobilityFirst Network API use in Mobile Applications =====
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    605 One of the key feature of the proposed !MobilityFirst protocol stack is the service flexibility, with particular emphasis on multicasting and anycasting. In the demo we will show how this network service features could be easily exploited to enhance the capabilities of mobile applications through the use of the network API.
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    607 Participants:
    608   * Ivan Seskar, seskar@winlab.rutgers.edu
    609 
    610 ===== WiMAX at NYU-Poly =====
    611 
    612 Demonstration of wireless lab exercises utilizing GENI WiMAX resources.
    613 
    614 Participants:
    615   * ffund01@students.poly.edu
    616 
    617 ===== WiMAX DDoS Reverse Engineering =====
    618 
    619 Our WiMAX research involves analyzing the cross-layer affects of the system parameters used for the Bandwidth Contention Process. We are specifically looking at how these parameters affect a subscriber station's (SS) throughput, packet loss rates, and vulnerability to Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Software simulations use the NS-2 simulator and hardware simulations are being conducted on ORBIT. The parameters investigated are request retires, backoff start, backoff end and frame duration.
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    621 Participants:
    622   * Katherine Cameron, kccamer@clemson.edu
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    624570== 7) Adjourn ==
    6255715:00pm  [[BR]]
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    627 
    628 == WiMAX BoF Dinner ==
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    630 Please join us for a [TBD  WiMAX BoF dinner] on Wednesday evening. Please indicate on this poll, if you will be attending.  [[BR]]
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