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ResiliNets Architecture

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James P.G Sterbenz, David Hutchison, and Marcus Schöller

Metrics and Modelling

Due to the wide range of survivable networks, network layer protocols are usually developed for specific scenarios and the performance of such protocols over varied networks is unknown. Even though most of the network scenarios differ in a few fundamental characteristics, there has not been a clear taxonomy to characterize the ever increasing network space. We aim to develop fundamental metrics, which may provide a better representation of wireless survivable networks and hence a standard platform to evaluate various technologies such as wireless routing protocols. The advantages of a network taxonomy combined with a standard evaluation model includes efficeint re-use of existing protocols over evolving networks and development of resource aware adaptive protocols.

Abdul Jabbar Mohammad

Cross-Layer Protocol Architecture and Optimisations


Manolis Sifalakis and Piyush Upadhyay

Overlays as a Network Service


Paul Smith

Delay-Tolerant Transport Protocols

It has become apparent that the current Internet architecture, particularly the transport layer, was not designed to tolerate long delay, a characteristic inherent in interplanetary data links due to varying round-trip-times at the speed of light (minutes to hours instead of the few seconds TCP allows). Even more challenging is dealing with the unpredictable delay which will be found in a number of deep-space scenarios as well as mixed environments (among terrestrial, deep-space, and interplanetary networks). The objective of this project is to develop new transport control mechanisms to handle various long-delay scenarios.

Justin Rohrer

Resilience to Flash Crowds and DDoS Attacks


Linlin Xie

Survivable Sensor Networks


Egemen Cetinkaya

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