“Bulletin Board”

 School of Mathematics - August 9, 2004

Scientific Lecture

Kaveh Salamatian
University of Paris VI
Paris, France

  • Interdomain routing and traffic engineering in real world Internet

  • Abstract:
    The Internet is a mesh of interconnected networks, each striving to control its network operating costs, optimize end-to-end performance for customers, and differentiate its IP services from those of competing providers. Increasingly, a provider's success will be determined by its ability to monitor and engineer its inter-domain traffic performance. Traditional traffic engineering (TE) techniques focus on intra-domain control features, particularly those associated with multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) within an infrastructure. Newer traffic monitoring and analysis solutions are supporting collection and correlation of multiple network metrics, specifically, inter-domain routing, traffic and path performance data. The emerging traffic engineering systems are oriented toward goals of optimizing network performance while controlling costs associated with operations at the edges of networks, i.e., the points where traffic is exchanged with other networks. This tutorial provides an overview of techniques that can be used by networks to expand visibility into and control of traffic moving between their network and other domains. The focus is on analysis methodologies and case examples of how inter-domain TE can be used by networks to support cost-effective peering analysis and planning for new capacity and services, as well as real-time routing and traffic management.
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    Date: Aug. 17, 2004, 9:00-12:00
    Place: School of Mathematics, Niavaran Bldg., Niavaran Square, Tehran, Iran.

  • Network Information theory, the main theory for wireless networks

  • Abstract:
    Wireless networks are now more and more important than domains. However the fundamental theoretical bases remain obscure. In this presentation I will try to give some fundamental theoretical foundations for this emerging research domain and show some application of Information theoretical concepts.
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    Date: Aug. 17, 2004, 14:00-15:00
    Place: School of Mathematics, Niavaran Bldg., Niavaran Square, Tehran, Iran.

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