Course: Advanced Network Computing

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Introduction[ ]

This course will introduce recent advances in network computing. Specifically, it contains four sections: SDN/NFV, Edge Computing, IoT, and Network Big Data. In SDN/NFV, we mainly talk about two topics: Consistent update, traffic engineering and VNF embedding. In Edge Computing, we mainly talk about the topics of deployment and task offloading. In Internet-of-Things, we mainly talk about the topics of low-power protocols, long-range IoT and IoT applications/systems. In Network Big Data, we mainly talk about the topics of wireless sensing and various applications based on smartphone big data.

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Reference books:

  • Software Defined Networks: A Comprehensive Approach, 2014
  • Network Function Virtualization: Ken Gray, Thomas D. Nadeau, 2016
  • Big Data and The Internet of Things, 2015
  • Edge Computing: From Hype to Reality, 2019

Requirements (2019)[ ]

Final score = 40% x class presentation+ 60% x exam.

Class presentation[ ]

The class score comes from the class presentations.

Paper selection[ ]

Each student is required to make a presentation (15-20min) of a research paper selected from the top conferences/journals in network computing.

  • Class A: SigComm/INFOCOM/MobiCom/ToN/TMC/TPDS/JSAC/TC/SenSys/IWQoS
  • Class B: IPSN/NSDI/ICNP/MobiHoc/MobiSys/other IEEEACM Transactions
  • Class C: SECON/MASS/DCOSS/Posters from Class-A conferences

If you have no idea after gone through the above list, you may select papers from the list.

Time slots[ ]

We have in total 32 time slots for presentations. Please send a mail to anc_course@mobinets.org and apply for a specific slot. The format of the mail is shown as below.

Title: 时间序列申请
Mail: 
论文:XXXXX, Conference/Journal name, Year
申请序列(优先级排序):14,21,1
演讲成员:
吴亦凡;201901233210
鹿晗; 201801233211
赵本山; 201701233212

Please refer to the following time table before applying for a specific time slot. Green blocks are available slots.

Time\Week 5th 6th 7th 8th
19:30-20:00 1 2 9 10 17 18 25 26
20:05-20:35 3 4 11 12 19 20 27 28
20:40-21:10 5 6 13 14 21 22 29 30
21:15-21:45 7 8 15 16 23 24 31 32

Presentatioins:

  1. 邹欣纯, 牟泽培. Gentle Flow Control: Avoiding Deadlock in Lossless Networks, SIGCOMM ’19
  2. 毛培力, 孙磊. DeltaVR: Achieving High-Performance Mobile VR Dynamics through Pixel Reuse, IPSN‘19
  3. 王薇, 林晨曦, 倪帅. Smart-U: Smart Utensils Know What You Eat, INFOCOM'18
  4. 莫继为, 冯思林. A Millimeter Wave NetWork for Billions of Things, SIGCOMM'19
  5. 苏宏祖, 姚孝顺. A Database Approach to SDN Control Plane Design,SIGCOMM'17
  6. 张宇晗, 邓金红. Deep User Modeling for Content-based Event Recommendation in Event-based Social Networks, INFOCOM'18.
  7. 孙逊, 王书贝. EE-IoT: An Energy-Efficient IoT Communication Scheme for WLANs, INFOCOM'19
  8. 任彦璟, 王子卿. MV-Sketch: A Fast and Compact Invertible Sketch for Heavy Flow Detection in Network Data Streams, INFOCOM'19
  9. 朱铭, 田亮. GCN-GAN: A Non-linear Temporal Link Prediction Model for Weighted Dynamic Network, INFOCOM'19
  10. 唐明杰, 傅阳. On Optimal Neighbor Discovery,SigComm'19
  11. 刘昊东, 王心勇. Federated Learning over Wireless Networks: Optimization Model Design and Analysis, INFOCOM'19
  12. 张栋, 卢胜. EchoWrite: An Acoustic-based Finger Input System Without Training,ICDCS'19
  13. 刘长胜, 邓恒玮, 杨轩. CapeVM: A Safe and Fast Virtual Machine for Resource-Constrained Internet-of Things Devices, SenSys’18
  14. 王晓松, 张杰. Keep Others From Peeking At Your Mobile Device Screen, MobiCom'19
  15. 汤浩, 姜颖昊, 王智. Intelligent Edge-Assisted Crowdcast with Deep Reinforcement Learning for Personalized QoE,INFOCOM 2019
  16. 张龙飞, 聂海锋. Federated Learning over Wireless Networks: Optimization Model Design and Analysis, INFOCOM'19
  17. 刘勇, 聂伟鹏, 王敏. Concurrent Cross-Technology Communication Among Heterogeneous IoT Devices, TON'19
  18. 吴俊锐, 胡力卫, 陈文卓. Adaptive Path Tracing with Programmable,INFOCOM'19
  19. 王炜松, 牛梦婷. Incentivizing Microservices for Online Resource Sharing in Edge Clouds ,ICDCS'19

Exam[ ]

The exam will contain two types of questions: Concept understanding and problem-solving. Don't worry if you do not major in computer networks because all questions will be selected from class tests.

Bonus system[ ]

You have chance to get bonus points before the presentations and the final exam. Here are the ways how you get bonus:

  • Select papers from top venues.

We encourage all students to select papers from the CCF-A conferences and journals.

  1. A CCF-A paper gets 4 bonus points for presentation.
  2. A CCF-B paper gets 2 bonus points for presentation.
  • Select earlier time slots

As most of you have no experience of public presentations, I believe pioneers will take more pressure. As a result, the earlier you do the presentation, more bonus you get. Specifically,

  1. time slots in 5th week get 3 bonus points
  2. time slots in 6th week get 2 bonus points
  3. time slots in 7th week get 1 bonus points
  • Raise questions to presenters

To encourage the discussion of the presentation, each raised question will be given a 2 points bonus. Each student can gain 6 bonus (three questions) points at most.

Slides[ ]

The slides will be sent to all students in class. Note: the questions and answers will not be shared.

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