Research Projects
Edge-assisted Content & Computaion Aware Dynamic Network Selection
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This work proposed an edge-assisted content and computation aware mechanism which dynamically assigns portions of data from IoT streams over licensed and unlicensed bands to guarantee Quality of Computation (QoC) while minimizing cost of operations and licensed band occupation.

Links: SCAN 2017 Paper / bibtex  / Poster / Presenation

Collaborator : Dr. Marco Levorato (UCI)

Clone-n-Cast: eBPF-based Computation driven Real-time Stream Cloning
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A novel approach for user controlled parallel video streaming in real-time where the packet replication and transmission to multiple VMs or containers can be controlled by program running on the In-kernel VM with extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF).

Links: Paper / bibtex / Poster / Presenation

Collaborator : Yan Chen (Huawei Labs)

Content-based Cognitive Interference Control in Urban IoT
spie A novel cognitive interference control paradigm for heterogeneous local access networks supporting computing and data processing in Urban Internet of Things (IoT) systems. Usecase shows effective coexistence of LTE Networks with Device-to-Device (D2D) underlay communictaions.

Links: Globecom Paper / ICNC Paper / bibtex 
Poster / Presenation

Collaborator : Dr. Marco Levorato (UCI)

Multipath TCP (MPTCP) with Slow Path Adaptation
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A novel approach for user controlled parallel video streaming in real-time where the packet replication and transmission to multiple VMs or containers can be controlled by program running on the In-kernel VM with extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF).

Links: IEEE ICC Paper / bibtex / Presenation

Collaborator : Dr. Ravi Prakash (UT Dallas)

Dual-band WiFi Direct Network with 2.4 & 5.8 GHz bands
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A novel approach for user controlled parallel video streaming in real-time where the packet replication and transmission to multiple VMs or containers can be controlled by program running on the In-kernel VM with extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF).

Links: Paper / bibtex

Collaborators : Promod Shirol, Abhishek Basu, Dr. Ravi Prakash (UT Dallas)

Multihoming in Mobility First Internet Architecture
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Multihoming feature in Mobility First Future Internet Architecture by virtual mapping of multiple WiFi and WiMAX interfaces in Data Link layer and Network layer supporting GSTAR routing protocol.

Links: Project / Poster

Collaborators : Kiran Nagaraja, Ivan Seskar, Dr. Dipankar Raychaudhuri (WINLAB, Rutegers),