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senior Meeting

Next CCS-senior meeting in the group

Day: 17 december

Time: 13-15

Place:  Claude Shannon


 

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Next CCS-senior meeting in the group

Day: 12 November

Time: 13-15

Place:  Claude Shannon


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Next CCS-senior meeting in the group

Day: 8 october

Time: 13-16

Place:  Claude Shannon


senior Meeting

The CCS-senior meeting in the group at Tjärö

Day: 20-21 May

Time: The ferry to Tjärö leaves at 10 o'clock.

Place:  Tjärö


Lunch Seminar

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Our first Lunch Seminar in the CCS group


Karel De Vogeleer and Selim Ickin presented their work with a "Vertical Handover" demonstrator. That is switching network interfaces during communication without interrupting ongoing services.


If you want more information about the subject contact

Karel or Selim .

 

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Seminar

The seminar about "On Collection and
Classification of Internet Traffic" :with Wolfgang John, PhD from Chalmers University Wolfgang has written a PhD thesis on "Characterization and Classification of Internet Backbone Traffic",

 

http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/cpl/record/index.xsql?pubid=111239

Abstract:
The Internet, while emerging as the key component for all sorts of communication, is far from well understood. However, updated knowledge of Internet traffic properties is important not only for scientific, but also for operational and legal purposes. The best way to acquire a better and more detailed understanding of the modern Internet is to collect and analyze real Internet traffic. However, packet-level data collection on large-scale network links is a non-trivial task. The first part of this talk therefore gives a summary of different design options and important considerations for traffic collection on Internet backbone links.  The second part of the talk deals with analysis of the collected traffic.  Specifically, the talk outlines methods and pitfalls regarding Internet traffic classification,
i.e. traffic decomposition with the goal to understand the type of traffic carried on the Internet. First, an overview of state of the art methods in traffic classification is given, showing that reliable
classification of Internet traffic based on network applications is still an open research issue due to technical challenges. Finally, additional challenges and shortcomings related to validation, reproducibility and underlying assumptions of current traffic classification efforts are identified.

Day: 6th  May

Time:  13 - 14,30

Place: Room H321 Karlskrona

"On Collection and Classification of Internet Traffic" If you want to read the slides from the talk again, download it the following web page

 

http://www.cse.chalmers.se/~johnwolf/kna/100506blekinge.pdf


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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