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Paper: Chasing Linux Jitter Sources for Uncompressed Video

Beyond the transport of uncompressed video over IP networks, defined in standards such as ST2022-6, the ability to build software-based Video Processing Functions (VPF) on commodity hardware and using general purpose Operating Systems is the next logical step in the…
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Brave New Worlds, the Internet of Things — Interview with our own Juan-Antonio Cordero Fuertes from Ecole Polytechnique…

Oh, look, an interview with our own Juan-Antonio Cordero Fuertes, on the IoT, on Security, and on the Digitised Society — well worth a read for an informed perspective on societal impacts of those 21th century technologies: Interview in English…
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First talk after lunch at the IoT and Cybersecurity mini-symposium was Juan Antonio Cordero Fuertes challenging us with “Rebuild but don’t break: the challenge of content centric networking”

First talk after lunch at the IoT and Cybersecurity mini-symposium was Juan Antonio Cordero Fuertes challenging us with “Rebuild but don’t break: the challenge of content centric networking” — touching on the challenge of evolving the core Internet infrastructure, on…
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Last before lunch: Yoann Desmouceaux talking “Cloud Native Datacenters” at our IoT and Cybersecurity mini-symposium at Ecole Polytechnique

Reviewing state-of-the-art, and introducing our students to some of his own work on application-agnostic, stateless, load-aware load balancing using IPv6 Segment Routing.  

Paper: Investigating data broadcast performance in mobile ad-hoc networks

We investigate broadcasting in mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs). We define broadcasting as being the process of delivering one packet, originated at one node, to (ideally) all other nodes in the MANET. We present specific problems related to broadcasting in MANETs,…
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Paper: Combining Temporal and Spartial Partial Topolgy for MANET Routing – Merging OLSR and FSR

In this paper, we propose an extension to the Optimized Link State Routing (OLSR) protocol, a proactive link-state routing protocol optimized for mobile ad-hoc networks, in-troducing temporal partial topology as a mechanism for re-ducing control traffic overhead. The extension is…
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Paper: Evaluation of routing protocol for low power and Lossy Networks: LOADng and RPL

Routing protocol is a critical component of Low-power and Lossy Networks for Smart Grid. The protocols are used for data forwarding, which includes data acquisition, information dissemination, etc. This paper evaluates two main routing protocols used for Low-power and Lossy…
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If only Slashdot used 6LB …

During my lunch break today, I tried to glean what “news for nerds – stuff that matters” had happened lately —  but, when trying to access slashdot.org, I was met with this: While I, admittedly, do not know what infrastructure…
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