Workshops

IEEE Global Internet (GI) Symposium 2021

Session GI-OS

Opening Session

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9:00 AM — 9:10 AM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 9:00 AM — 9:10 AM EDT

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Session GI-KS1

Keynote Session 1

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9:10 AM — 10:10 AM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 9:10 AM — 10:10 AM EDT

Frontiers in Networking

Vincent Chan (MIT, USA)

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Future networks with orders of magnitude increase in data rates and large granularity bursty traffic need an architecture with high efficiency and also adapt dynamically to fluctuating offered loads and rapidly changing networks states. Moreover, applications and computing will impose new requirements on the network infrastructure such as time deadlines. The current network management and control systems only adapt quasi-statically (from minutes to days) due the smoothing effects of significant statistical multiplexing of traffic. Future networks will see increase in demands mostly due to large granularity sessions. These granular sessions present large dynamic range and bursty offered traffic to the network, resulting in unpredictable congestions and blocking. We will explore efficient and agile network algorithms to adapt quickly to changing network conditions: a cognitive network management and control system resides in the network control plane as a collection of coordinated algorithms that sense and infer network states, decide and implement fast scheduling of flows, predict intention of users/applications and take appropriate actions, perform rapid load balancing, and handle resiliency via reconfiguration, restoration and reconstitution of failed network assets.

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Session GI-S1

Resource management & Economics

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10:20 AM — 11:20 AM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 10:20 AM — 11:20 AM EDT

Joint Resource Optimization in Two-way Relaying Energy Harvesting Cognitive Sensor Network

Gao Yuan (Tsinghua University, China); Yang Cheng and Weidang Lu (Zhejiang University of Technology, China); Chenyiming Wen (Zhejiang University Of Technology, China); Yu Zhang and Guoxing Huang (Zhejiang University of Technology, China); Jiang Cao (Academy of Military Science of PLA, China)

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Resource Allocation for Low-Latency NOMA-V2X Networks Using Reinforcement Learning

Huiyi Ding (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Ka-Cheong Leung (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China)

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Dynamic Economic Models for MMO Markets

Harald Øverby (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

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Session GI-S2

Future Networks

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11:30 AM — 12:50 PM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 11:30 AM — 12:50 PM EDT

Enabling Virtual Network Functions in Named Data Networking

Puming Fang and Tilman Wolf (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA)

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Is it 5G or not? Investigating doubts about the 5G icon and network performance

Emeka Obiodu and Abdullahi Abubakar (King's College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Nishanth Sastry (University of Surrey, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

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Building an Information-Centric and LoRa-Based Sensing Platform for IoT

Anthony Dowling (Clarkson University, USA); Yaoqing Liu (Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA); Lauren Huie (Air Force Research Lab, USA); Kang Chen (Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA)

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Intelligent Gateway Placement in Satellite- Terrestrial Integrated Network

Cui-Qin Dai and Qinqin Yang (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Jinsong Wu (Universidad de Chile, Chile); Qianbin Chen (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

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Session GI-S3

Lightning Talks

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12:50 PM — 1:30 PM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 12:50 PM — 1:30 PM EDT

Filecoin: A Token-based, Decentralised Storage Network

Yiannis Psaras (Protocol Labs, USA)

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IPv6-based New Internet empowering Super IoT, 5G/6G, CC and Blockchain vs. DataBlock Matrix

Latif Ladid (IPv6 Forum)

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The IANA central IPv4 address space has been fully depleted back in February 2011 making the deployment of new large-scale networks especially 5G, IoT networks not scalable and not what 5G and IoT really stands for. Hence the new IP protocol IPv6 has been designed to cater for this already back in the 90s and waiting for its killer apps to take off. 4G was the first one to adopt IPv6 in larger scale.
The IPv6 Deployment worldwide is becoming a reality now with some countries achieving more than 50% user penetration, with Belgium (58%) at the top ranking (http://labs.apnic.net/dists/v6dcc.html) and reaching double digits v6 coverage on Google IPv6 stats. Many Autonomous Networks (ASN) reach more than 50% with v6 preferred or v6 capable penetration: (http://labs.apnic.net/ipv6-measurement/Economies/US/). Over 1.5 Billion users are accessing the Internet over IPv6 and probably not even knowing it.
New topics are more on the lime light such as Cloud Computing, SDN, NFV, 5G with no attention to the issues dragged by IPv4/NAT/CGNAT. These fields are taking IP networking for granted designing them on IPv4/NAT building non-scalable and non-end to end solutions. The IPv6 Forum is driving new initiatives to garner support and create awareness on the impact of IPv6 on topics such as real IoT, open Cloud Computing, openstack based SDN-NFV and IPv6 only 5G.

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Session GI-KS2

Keynote Session 2

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1:40 PM — 2:40 PM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 1:40 PM — 2:40 PM EDT

Blockchain Security and Consensus Protocols

Wenjing Lou (Virginia Tech, USA)

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Blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, has emerged as a “secure by design” technology, showing great potential to enable a wide range of decentralized secure applications across a broad spectrum of industries. However, the security of blockchain is largely depending on a threshold assumption. Using the Bitcoin network as an example, a fundamental assumption is that the network is secure as long as adversaries cannot control more than 50% of the network’s gross computing power. In this talk, we will focus on the proof-of-work (PoW) blockchain consensus protocols and examine some fundamental security properties of blockchain. We show that while blockchain promises decentralization, irreversible record keeping, public verifiability, transparency, and user anonymity, etc., these security properties do not come for free and they are not guaranteed. Excessive overhead and performance deficits may place a fundamental limit on the use of blockchain in many applications. We also show that factors, such as mining strategies and network connectivity, could significantly reduce the fundamental 50% threshold value of blockchain security.

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Session GI-S4

Security

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2:50 PM — 3:50 PM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 2:50 PM — 3:50 PM EDT

Secure Sharing of Spatio-Temporal Data through Name-based Access Control

Laqin Fan and Lan Wang (University of Memphis, USA)

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Monitoring Video Resolution of Adaptive Encrypted Video Traffic Based on HTTP/2 Features

Hua Wu, Xin Li, Guang Cheng and Xiaoyan Hu (Southeast University, China)

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A Lightweight Residual Networks Framework for DDoS Attack Detection and Classification Based on Federated Learning

Tian Qin, Guang Cheng, Wenchao Chen and Si Wu (Southeast University, China)

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Session GI-S5

Routing & Traffic

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3:50 PM — 5:10 PM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 3:50 PM — 5:10 PM EDT

Performance Analysis of Multipath BGP

Jie Li and Shi Zhou (University College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Vasileios Giotsas (Lancaster University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

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P2PNIC: High-Speed Packet Forwarding by Direct Communication between NICs

Yukito Ueno (The University of Tokyo & NTT Communications, Japan); Ryo Nakamura, Yohei Kuga and Hiroshi Esaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

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QoE-aware Assignment and Scheduling of Video Streams in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

Adita Kulkarni (SUNY Brockport, USA); Anand Seetharam (SUNY Binghamton, USA)

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IPv6 Flow-Label based Application Aware Routing in SDNs

Aniruddha Singh Kushwaha (IIT-Bombay, India); Naveen Bazard (IIT Bombay, India); Ashwin A Gumaste (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India)

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Session GI-S6

Applications

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5:20 PM — 6:40 PM EDT
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May 10 Mon, 5:20 PM — 6:40 PM EDT

Quality Assessment of VANETs-Supported Video Dissemination of Critical Urban Events

Everaldo Andrade and Fernando Menezes Matos (Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil); Paulo Ditarso Maciel Jr. (Federal Institute of Paraiba, Brazil); Aldri Santos (Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil); Michele Nogueira (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil)

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Measurement Analysis of Co-occurrence Degree of Web Objects

Noriaki Kamiyama and Kouki Sakurai (Fukuoka University, Japan); Akihiro Nakao (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

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A First Look at the Network Turbulence for Google Stadia Cloud-based Game Streaming

Xiaokun Xu and Mark Claypool (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)

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Interest Users Cumulatively in Your Ads: A Near Optimal Study for Wi-Fi Advertisement Scheduling

Wanru Xu (Army Engineering University of PLA, China); Xiaochen Fan (University of Technology Sydney, Australia); Tao Wu (National University of Defense Technology, China); Yue Xi (Air Force Engineering University of PLA, China); Panlong Yang (University of Science and Technology of China, China); Chang Tian (Army Engineering University of PLA, China)

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