Hybrid Networking Techniques for Low-Latency Media-Rich Applications
|Pamela Cosman||Kunyao Chen|
|Sujit Dey||Po-Han Chiang|
|Tara Javidi (Lead)||Xueshi Hou|
|Larry Milstein||Yao Lu|
|Truong Nguyen||Yongxi Lu|
With the ever increasing growth of media-rich applications from traditional video to virtual meeting/classrooms to tactile internet, the future networking paradigm will go away from a networking concept based on single-technology, single-flow, single-route model of information transfer, pushing the issues of usage prediction, integrated resource utilization and parallelism to all layers of protocol stack. Recent successful approaches, such as multi-homing, overlay networking, and distributed storage, deviate from this paradigm by using intelligent control to take advantage of redundancy and path diversity that already exists in the modern networks to provide a better experience to end-users.
Rather than treating the heterogeneous nature of the network and diversity of access technologies as an afterthought, this proposal considers an integrated approach that systematically takes advantage of various hybrid networking techniques to improve upon the network experience in general, and in particular upon latency in media-rich applications. These techniques include content caching, multicasting, multi-homing, multi-user coding, as well as braiding satellite+wifi+cellular technologies.
Publications by year
- C-H Wang and T. Javidi. A Wireless SDN Architecture. In preparation.
- C-H Wang, A. Tulino, T. Javidi. Dynamic Cloud Network Control under Reconfiguration Delay and Cost, Submitted.
- Y. Lu, A. Kumar, S. Zhai, Y. Cheng, T. Javidi, R. Feris. Fully-adaptive Feature Sharing in Multi-Task Networks with Applications in Person Attribute Classification. to appear in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), July 2017. [spotlight]
- C. Wang, S.T. Maguluri, and T. Javidi. Heavy Traffic Queue Length Behavior in Switches with Reconfiguration Delay. in the Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Computer Communication (INFOCOM). May 2017
- B. Zhang, P.C. Cosman, and L. Milstein, "Energy Optimization for Hybrid-ARQ and AMC," 51st Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, accepted.
- W. Ni, P. Chiang, and S. Dey, "Energy Efficient Hybrid Beamforming Design in Massive MU-MIMO System via Eigenmode Selection," to appear in Proc of IEEE Green Computing and Commun (GreenCom-2017).
- P. Chiang, S. Chiluvuri, S. Dey and T. Nguyen, "Forecasting of Solar Photovoltaic System Power Generation using Wavelet Decomposition and Bias-compensated Random Forest," IEEE GreenTech, Denver, CO, USA, 2017.
- X. Hou, Y. Lu and S. Dey, "Wireless VR/AR with Edge/Cloud Computing", to appear in Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN'17), Vancouver, Aug. 2017
- X. Hou, Y. Lu and S. Dey, "A Novel Hyper-cast Approach to Enable Cloud-based Virtual Classroom Applications", in Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM'16), pp. 533-536, San Jose, Dec. 2016.
- Y. Lu, Y. Liu and S. Dey, "Asymmetric and Selective Object Rendering for Optimized Cloud Mobile 3D Display Gaming User Experience", Springer Multimedia Tools and Applications, pp 1-30, 2016.
- Y. Lu, and S. Dey, "JAVRE: A Joint Asymmetric Video Rendering and Encoding Approach to Enable Optimized Cloud Mobile 3D Virtual Immersive User Experience", IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems, Vol 6, Issue 4, pp 544-559, 2016.