INFOCOM Best Papers CollectingIEEE INFOCOM is a top ranked conference on networking in the research community. It is a major conference venue for researchers to present and exchange significant and innovative contributions and ideas in the field of networking and closely related areas. IEEE INFOCOM covers both theoretical and systems research.
IEEE INFOCOM 2019 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications, (2019): 1702-1710
In this paper we propose a new Combinatorial Sleeping multi-armed bandit model with Fairness constraints, called CSMAB-F, aiming to address the aforementioned modeling issues, which are practically important for a wide variety of applications
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Cui Zhao,Zhenjiang Li, Han Ding,Jinsong Han,Wei Xi,Ting Liu, Ruowei Gui
ieee international conference computer and communications, (2019)
This paper presents RF-Mehndi, a passive commercial RFID tag array formed identifier. The key RF-Mehndi novelty is that when the user’s fingertip touching on the tag array surface during the communication, the backscattered signals by the tag array become user-dependent and uniqu...
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ieee international conference computer and communications, (2019)
Least-recently-used (LRU) caching and its variants have conventionally been used as a fundamental and critical method to ensure fast and efficient data access in computer and communication systems. Emerging data-intensive applications over unreliable channels, e.g., mobile edge c...
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INFOCOM, pp.1844-1852, (2018)
Age of Information (AoI) is a performance metric that captures the freshness of the information from the perspective of the destination. The AoI measures the time that elapsed since the generation of the packet that was most recently delivered to the destination. In this paper, w...
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Ting Chen, Yuxiao Zhu, Zihao Li, Jiachi Chen, Xiaoqi Li,Xiapu Luo,Xiaodong Lin,Xiaosong Zhang
INFOCOM, pp.1484-1492, (2018)
Being the largest blockchain with the capability of running smart contracts, Ethereum has attracted wide attention and its market capitalization has reached 20 billion USD. Ethereum not only supports its cryptocurrency named Ether but also provides a decentralized platform to exe...
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INFOCOM, pp.926-934, (2018)
Wireless RF energy transfer for indoor sensors is an emerging paradigm that ensures continuous operation without battery limitations. However, high power radiation within the ISM band interferes with the packet reception for existing WiFi devices. The paper proposes the first eff...
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INFOCOM, pp.1-9, (2017)
Nowadays, there is a fast-paced shift from legacy telecommunication systems to novel Software Defined Network (SDN) architectures that can support on-the-fly network reconfiguration, therefore, empowering advanced traffic engineering mechanisms. Despite this momentum, migration t...
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INFOCOM, pp.1-9, (2016)
The last decade has seen significant advances in optimization-based resource allocation and control approaches for wireless networks. However, the existing work suffer from poor performance in one or more of the metrics of optimality, delay, and convergence speed. To overcome the...
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Networking, IEEE/ACM Transactions, no. 99 (2015): 1
The advent and continued growth of large data centers has led to much interest in switch architectures that can economically meet the high capacities needed for interconnecting the thousands of servers in these data centers. Various multilayer architectures employing thousands of...
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Toronto, ON, pp.2607-2615, (2014)
Large scale Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) are one of the key components of today's information infrastructure. This paper proposes and analyzes a simple stochastic model for a file-server system wherein servers can work together, as a pooled resource, to meet individual user r...
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international conference on computer communications, (2014)
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IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw., no. 6 (2013): 1206-1214
Quantifying the notion of fairness is underexplored when there are multiple types of resources and users request different ratios of the different resources. A typical example is data centers processing jobs with heterogeneous resource requirements on CPU, memory, network bandwid...
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IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (TON), no. 5 (2011): 1378-1391
Power consumption imposes a significant cost for data centers implementing cloud services, yet much of that power is used to maintain excess service capacity during periods of low load. This paper investigates how much can be saved by dynamically “right-sizing” the data center by...
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IEEE\/ACM Transactions on Networking, no. 5 (2010): 1543-1556
With network components increasingly reliable, routing is playing an ever greater role in determining network reliability. This has spurred much activity in improving routing stability and reaction to failures, and rekindled interest in centralized routing solutions, at least wit...
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IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, no. 4 (2009): 1132-1145
In this paper, we characterize the performance of an important class of scheduling schemes, called greedy maximal scheduling (GMS), for multi-hop wireless networks. While a lower bound on the throughput performance of GMS is relatively well-known in the simple node-exclusive inte...
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INFOCOM, pp.73-81, (2009)
In Section VI, we provide numerical results based on our derived expressions to compare the performance of isolated channel design and View-Upload Decoupling design
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INFOCOM, pp.1-5, (2008)
The benefits of using mobile base station to prolong sensor network lifetime have been well recognized. However, due to the complexity of the problem (time-dependent network topology and traffic routing), theoretical performance limit and provably optimal algorithms remain diffic...
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IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, no. 5 (2007): 981-992
Since the original work of Grossglauser and Tse, which showed that mobility can increase the capacity of an ad hoc network, there has been a lot of interest in characterizing the delay-capacity relationship in ad hoc networks. Various mobility models have been studied in the lite...
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Keywords
Network TopologyThroughputInterferenceStochastic ProcessesWireless NetworksAd Hoc NetworksBase StationsDelayResource ManagementRouting
Authors
Ness B. Shroff
Paper 3
Jia (Kevin) Liu
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Atilla Eryilmaz
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Eytan Modiano
Paper 1
Keith W. Ross
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Lachlan L.H. Andrew
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Gaurav Sharma
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Andras Veres
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