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Research

This is the research activity report of the NMS group for the period 2008-2013.

Overview

Our team focuses on network architecture and protocols with a relative comprehensive approach: from access (sensor networks, Internet of things, wireless mesh and cellular networks) to core networks (Future Internet, optical networks, cloud) and from service provisioning and applications to random access and dynamic spectrum management. During the last five years, our research activities have been concentrated on four main themes presented below : ”Wireless networks and mobility”, ”Future Internet and Internet of Things”, ”Optical Networks”, ”Cloud and Service Architectures, Applications Services”.

Our research encompasses performance evaluation and network dimensioning (using queu- ing, stochastic process theory and game theory for example), architecture and protocol design (including normalization activities), simulations and experimental validation on national and in- ternational testbeds. Our expertise in these complementary and fundamental aspects appears essential to us in order to assess the networking domain.

Our team is greatly involved in national and european collaborative research projects founded by the FP7, the ANR and national competitiveness clusters.The members of our group are deeply involved in the ANR’s VERSO program, as technical experts or chairman of the expert committee. Moreover, the team regularly responds to requests for expertise from various French and European institutions. Our group was the initiator of the PF7’s European Network of Excellence Euro-NF and has chaired this NoE’s Steering Committee since it was created. We are also work- ing closely with key industrial partners in this area with bilateral contracts with Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Orange, SFR, and Thales for instance.

The NMS group also maintains close links (joint works, double Ph.D. program, co-advisorship, sabbaticals and visits) with various international laboratories, including Universite ́ Catholique de Louvain and University of Ghent (Belgium), Politecunico di Torino and Politecnico di Milano (Italy), UPC (Barcelona, Spain), NCRL (National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory, Nan- jing, China), NTU (Singapore), UCLA (USA), University of Waterloo (Canada). The team is also co-founder of the LINCS laboratory (Laboratory of Information, Network and Communication Sciences), a common lab with ALBLF (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs France), INRIA and UPMC (LIP6).

Research Themes

1. Wireless Networks and Mobility

Faculty:  Thomas Bonald,Nadia Boukhatem,Marceau Coupechoux,Philippe Godlewski,Philippe Martins.

Highlights: Scientific Production:  [150] [72] [1][18][304]

Highlights: Impact Public grants: Carnot, Futur and Rupture (IMT), DGA, Labex Digicosme, EDITE (doctoral school), SINGA (NTU, Singapore), KIC ICT, ANR (TEROPP, Trafic, 3MING), FUI Systematic (NimbleNet, URC). Sabbatical Sojourns: NCRL, Nanjing, China (2008,2009, July-August 2010, July-August 2011), IISc, Bangalore, India (2011-2012), UCLA, USA (2012).

Highlights: Interactions with Society: External research contracts with Orange Labs, SFR and Cassidian.

Cellular network performance and algorithms. We are working with Orange Labs with the aim of deriving easy-to-use outage probability formulas in cellular networks. These formulas are taking into account path-loss [38], shadowing [229, 50] and fast fading [5], assume MIMO [111, 110, 6], MU-MIMO [112], and CoMP transmissions [7], and relays [230] (in collaboration with NTU Singapore). We have studied the effect of transmit power reduction in green cellular networks in [210], proposed dimensioning rules for OFDMA networks in [26, 48, 89, 157]. Optimal policies based on Markov Decision Processes have been derived for admission control in HetNets in [161] and for antenna selection in [292] (in collaboration with IISc Bangalore). We proposed (in collaboration with SFR) a clustering technique to compress the radio database in the context of cellular fingerprinting systems [1]. We also analyzed (in collaboration with Orange Labs) the radio capacity improvement provided by the dual-cell feature of R7 [129] and by the multiple transmission point feature of R11 [133], using traffic models derived from queueing theory.

Geometry of cellular networks: spatial models for wireless networks. Algebraic topology is a branch of topology that tries to classify topological spaces according to the number and to the features of their areas of discontinuity. These methods have recently arise significant interest in the community of wireless and mobile communications. Our contributions (joint work with MIC2 team) lay in the performance evaluation and design of decentralized algorithms that do not require location information on sensor nodes [310, 24, 311]. Most recently energy saving algorithms have been proposed based on a reduction algorithm for simplicial complex [304]. New dimensioning methods based on stochastic geometry have been proposed for OFDMA networks. Concentra- tion inequalities have been applied to obtain an analytical upper bound of the loss probability in terms of sub-channels [166]. Finally new closed forms for handover outage probability have been proposed in [305].

Dynamic Spectrum Management and Cognitive Radio. We have studied and proposed inter- operator spectrum sharing schemes within the URC project [162, 37, 206, 207, 208, 205, 36]. In the ANR project TEROPP, we have studied distributed radio resource allocation schemes for cognitive radio networks (with LRI) [149]. These schemes are based on an auction mecha- nism [150, 22], on the Multi-Armed Bandit problem [151] and on imitation strategies [203, 204]. We have proposed in [290] the utilization of GSM logical channels and UMTS signaling of the Broadcast Channel to transmit a Cognitive Beacon Channel. We have proposed (with the Na- tional Mobile Communications Research Laboratory, Nanjing, China) average transmission ca- pacity and upper bound transmission capacity expressions, for cognitive radio systems in a pri- mary/secondary network scenario [4, 108].

Random access schemes. We have analyzed the performance of CSMA in multi-channel wire- less networks, accounting for the random nature of traffic [17, 18]. We assessed the ability of CSMA to fully utilize the radio resources and to stabilize the network in a dynamic setting with flow arrivals and departures. We proved that CSMA is optimal in ad-hoc mode but not in infras- tructure mode. We proposed a slight modification of CSMA, that we refer to as flow-aware CSMA, which corrects the bias of CSMA against downlink traffic and makes the algorithm optimal in all cases. We also worked on wireless mesh networks (with LIP6), for which we designed OFDMA based MAC protocols [152].

Handover management in heterogeneous and simultaneous access. We have developed expertise in the field of mobility and handover management in heterogeneous and simultaneous mobile access. Studies on dynamic interface selection were carried out in [303]. A prototype (a Linux based WiFi/3G mobile terminal IEEE 802.21 support) has been developed with Bell Labs France for performance evaluation and validation. Layer-2 handover solutions that take advan- tage of multi-homing have been developed to enable soft handover and make-before-break han- dover in the integrated and tight coupling architectures of WiMAX and 3G [47, 46, 223]. Stochastic heuristic optimization methods are studied [234] and flow/interface association strategies using evolutionary game theory are investigated in [298].

Network coding for wireless networks. We are conducting research studies on network cod- ing applied to wireless networks. Adaptive mechanisms for network coding redundancy are in- vestigated. We proposed (with LIP6) an adaptive redundancy control to mitigate losses based on link quality [307, 306]. We are studying (with UCLA) deployment issues of network coding and its interaction with TCP [317]. Besides, we focus on the cost of coding in terms of energy consumption. The aim of this work (funded by DGA and IDEX Digicosme) is to build cooperative organizations of network coding capable nodes and to distribute the coding operations over a set of nodes, while optimizing the throughput and considering the energy consumption constraints.

2 Future Internet and Internet of Things 

Faculty: Thomas Bonald, Nadia Boukhatem, Marceau Coupechoux, Claude Chaudet, Luigi Iannone, Jean-Louis Rougier, Dario Rossi.

Highlights: Scientific Production: [94][28][66][145][19] [62]

Highlights: Impact Public projects: CELTIC (TRANS, TIGER2), FP7 (EuroNF, ETICS, mPlane); ANR (DIAFORUS, CONNECT, SUN, 3MING), Futures et Ruptures (iGate). Sabbatical So- journ: UCLA, USA (2012).

Highlights: Interactions with Society: Co-lead of IRT SystemX Network Architecture Project (with Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs France, Orange and Thales). Creation of the SIEDO Lab (common lab with EDF) on Internet of things for Smart grid. Two grants from Cisco in 2012/2013. External research contract with Orange Labs. 2 Contributions to IETF [317],[321]- [327]. 2 Patents submitted.

Wireless Sensor Networks / Internet of Things. Even if sensors networks are getting more and more mature, duty cycling, medium access control and cross-layer optimization remain active areas of research [275]. We also believe that asynchronous communications are well adapted to the sensors context and we have thus modeled the distribution of relay nodes in a publish/subscribe architecture [145]. Finally, we have also contributed to adapt sensor network protocols, architectures and mechanisms to fit specific applicative scenarios. In the transporta- tion domain, for example, we have proposed a distributed algorithm that uses a sensor network to control green lights to resolve congestion [179, 147]. We’ve also investigated routing solutions for vehicular networks taking advantage of the sensors deployed along the road infrastructure [137, 96]. For emergency networks, we have studied (in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India) the optimal deployment of relays in a sensor network [142, 141]. We’ve finally participated to the development of location management systems for an Internet of Things environment [91, 72].

Future Internet Architectures. The continuous growth of the Internet, and in particular (i) the inter-domain routing tables and (ii) the diffusion of popular content, raise concerns on the scala- bility of today’s Internet architecture. As for (i) Re-Architecturing the Internet is no easy task, but the locators/identifier separation paradigm looks as a promising solution, with a strong interest from the industry. In such context we have evaluated the scalability improvements that such a paradigm brings [40, 62], the way it can be incrementally deployed [61], its security level [90] and its resiliency [324], as well as proposing new mechanisms in order to provide new useful features [274]. The activity includes a strong effort and contribution in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standardization body [321, 327] as well as open source software development (www.openlisp.org). As for (ii), after Over the Top (OTT) diffusion technologies, such as peer- to-peer (P2P) and Content Distribiution Networks (CDN), one possibliity for the Future Internet is to embed caching functions deep in the network core, as proposed by the paradigmatic shift toward an Information Centric Network (ICN). Our research in ICN dwelves the caching, forward- ing and strategy layers aspects[258, 272, 155] and has also released an open source simulator with contributions in IETF ICNRG [257].

Towards a Multi-Path Internet. Our work concentrates on adding multi-path routing capabil- ities to the Internet for robustness and traffic engineering purposes. We first concentrated on peering links between two adjacent providers and proposed a new scheme which leads to re- duced congestion and improved route stability [284, 65, 283, 66, 285, 64]. We also considered collaborations between carriers within an alliance of carriers [278, 277, 279, 280, 63, 244]. For the global Internet, we have proposed an architecture based on the LISP architecture to by-pass current BGP limitations in order to use (almost) arbitrary paths [236, 238, 237]. We have also shown how the standard route export policies (so called ”Gao-Rexford” rules) can be relaxed in our framework [239].

Exploiting path diversity. Once multipath capabilities are available, exploiting this diversity re- quires specific load-balancing and multipath transport protocols. In the context of dynamic load balancing, we have proposed a novel scheme which makes no assumption on the network char- acteristics, thanks to the use of modern regression and learning heuristics [215, 273, 42]. It was also shown to be very robust w.r.t. abrupt traffic variations [216, 217, 21]. We also obtained ap- proximations for various performance measures under an insensitive sharing mechanism called balanced fairness, which can be viewed as the large system limit of proportional fairness [130]. In the context of the transport layer, we have developed a scheduling mechanism which allevi- ates the out-of-order data reception problem for both SCTP and mTCP (multipath TCP), thereby avoiding re-orderings at the receiver entity [233, 232, 235]. A prototype was developed with the collaboration of BearsTech Enterprise [231].

Minimum Energy Routing in IP Networks. We have studied ”green networking” technologies in fixed networks [13]. We pointed out the incongruence of several results published and made several proposals [122, 12, 11]. We first concentrated on centralized ’resource consolidation’ approaches [120, 121]. We have also proposed an original method based on collaborative game theory (Shapley) for computing the importance of nodes/links in a network. This ranking is used to decide which nodes/links should be switched off [123, 125, 15]. We have also investigated distributed green routing mechanisms (’à la’ OSPF) [124, 14].

Classification of Internet Traffic. There is a growing need in IP networks for ’on the fly’ flow identification in order to dynamically allocate resources in the network. Our contributions relies on similarities with verbal communications, with a new class of methods called Stochastic Packet Inspection (SPI)[28, 181] on the one hand, and with behavioral classification [9, 260] on the other hand, possibly above 10Gbps[276]. A software implementing both technics has been provided to the scientific community [182], that allowed to compare both methods [183], which are now used for the observation and classification of network traffic in several european Internet Service Providers (ISP) [242, 29]. With the constant increase of traffic volumes, ISPs are required to use sampling for monitoring traffic: we have thus studied the impact of sampling on the monitoring of different variables [252] and on performances of traffic classification [262, 261] under sampling.

3. Optical Networks 

Faculty: Thomas Bonald, Maurice Gagnaire.

Highlights: Scientific Production: [41] [20] [32]

Highlights: Impact: Co-chair in 2012 of the first IEEE Workshop on Hybrid Optical Wireless Access Networks. Public projects: FP7 (DICONET, BONES), ANR (ECOFRAME), Futurs et Ruptures (FIMOBA).

Highlights: Interactions with Society: 4 Patents [315, 316, 318, 319]. Several grants from Or- ange Labs.

Design of transparent WDM networks. We have considered the problem of optimally locate electrical regenerators under quality of transmission constraints. We have first proposed an orig- inal heuristic called COR2P (Cross Optimization for RWA and Regenerator Placement) [312], [314], [75], [313]. We have then investigated the tradeoff between network costs and flexibility against traffic uncertainty [176], [98], [186]. In collaboration with the Univ. of Barcelona (UPC), we have contributed to the hardware implementation of the COR2P control plane in FPGA [251], [3]. We have also proposed innovative rerouting strategies [41].

Fault management in transparent WDM networks. Two techniques have been recently pro- posed for single failure detection in transparent WDM networks: monitoring cycles (m-cycles) and monitoring trails (m-trails). We have proposed an original heuristic to determine the number of m-trails and their routes on mesh infrastructure. The algorithm deals with very large networks and dense traffic matrices [193, 34]. The main drawback of the m-trail approach is its inherent cost in the number of required out-of-band optical channels. We have developed the concept of ”monitoring-tree” (m-tree) that considerably increases network capacity while enabling a non- ambiguous single failure localization [175]. Two patents have been filled on that topic [318], [319].

Power aware routing in WDM networks. In current WDM networks, transceivers are powered- on permanently, whatever the activity of the data sources at the electrical layer. In order to mini- mize network’s power consumption, we have proposed an optimal mapping of a set of scheduled traffic demands onto an optical mesh infrastructure [314].

Subwavelength switching techniques in transparent WDM networks. We have proposed and analysed various subwavelength switching techniques to build all-optical packet-based WDM networks. These include MAC protocols for time-slotted WDM rings [128, 127], adaptive opti- cal burst switching [131], multipoint-to-multipoint lightpaths for core networks [23], hybrid opto- electronic switches [168] and dynamic optical combiners for access networks [20]. The latter has been patented [315, 316]. Various metro network architectures have also been compared in terms of cost, power consumption and performance [10]. The work has been done in collabora- tion with Orange, Alcatel-Lucent and Politecnico di Torino.

Radio over Fiber for mobile backhauling. We have focused on the impact of the densification of cellular networks on the cost of the mobile backhaul infrastructure. We have proposed an innovative network architecture based on existing WDM Passive Optical Networks. We have developed an original Control Plane (CP) that maps radio frequencies with optical carriers by means of Sub-Carrier Multiplexing (SCM) taking into account various physical layer impairments [194, 195, 192]. A genetic algorithm called PaGeO has been proposed to investigate the Pareto front to deal with static traffic periods [191, 185]. From the PageO tool, we have developed a meta heuristic called DBS (Differentiated Backhaul Service) to deal with medium traffic fluctuations. The performance of these algorithms has been evaluated analytically [32, 33].

4. Cloud and Services Architecture, Applications Services 

Faculty: Maurice Gagnaire, Dario Rossi, Noémie Simoni. Highlights: Scientific Production [268] [71] [104]

Highlights: Impact: Open source software on LEDBAT https://www.enst.fr/~drossi/ledbat. Public Projects: FP7 (NAPAWINE), ANR (AVIPS, UBIS); Systematic (CompatibleOne, CAR- IOCAS, TIOSAFE), CapDigital (Sebastian 2). FNS (OpenCloudWare).

Highlights: Interactions with Society: Bilateral projects with Orange Labs, SFR and ETSI.

Service architecture. The integration of new usages in the NGN / NGS context [43], requires to otherwise think content delivery. Our work focuses on the design and engineering of service- oriented architecture allowing continuity seamless [213, 245]. The main result is a model of ”autonomic Service” [107], providing a ”user-centric” [291, 294, 190] approach and answering to ”Cloud” objectives, [105, 248]. So, the whole system is designed on ”service” composition (application services, networks, and equipments) [100], self-manageable [68, 250], using the loosely coupled interconnection to meet the needs of users operating in a completely mobile environment (mobility users, devices, networks and services), [100, 214]. This approach is also based on a QoS model [246], for E2E behavior [211, 212], ensuring continuity of service with maximum transparency [99, 67], guaranteeing full integration [289]. The customizing the workflow of the user requires the convergence of services and induces a secure [200, 199, 197, 106, 196], mobile session [288], based on sharing and ubiquity [247] of service components. For the protocol aspect, SIP+ is proposed [198], in order to integrate the application service level.

Cloud Computing. Our activities have been mainly focused on dynamic resource allocation [170]. We have proposed pricing strategies taking into account the real time CPU usage fluctua- tions [293]. We have also investigated how computing resources dedicated to image processing could be shared efficiently between distant industrial partners [104]. More recently, we have focused our studies on pricing, in the context of Cloud brokering [172, 171, 169] or of Cloud Federation.

Peer-to-peer (P2P) Applications. Recently, BitTorrent has changed its file transfer algorithm, such that most of BitTorrent traffic is now transported by LEDBAT (on top of UDP) and no longer TCP. Our recent on LEDBAT has focused on identifying and solving problems in the protocol [269, 140] (with impact on the homonym IETF WG) and assessing its impact at flow [139, 270] and swarm [295, 296] levels. Open source software is available at https://www.enst.fr/~drossi/ ledbat. With the increase of P2P traffic in the 2000s, it has become very important to better understand the nature of P2P traffic and its impact on networks. We have contributed to this issue with the design and development of the Sherlock software [259, 57]. The recent explosion of video traffic has led us to particularly focus on P2P-TV applications. We have studied the topological awareness of the most widely used P2P-TV applications [53] and their impact on ISPs[51, 59] and the Internet [71].

Scientific Productions 

Articles in Journals

[1] A. Arya, P. Godlewski, M. Campedel, and G. Du Che ́ne ́. Radio database compression for accurate energy-efficient localization in fingerprinting systems. Transaction on Knowledge and Data Engineer- ing, Nov. 2011.

[2] O. Audouin, D. Barth, R. Aoun, M. Gagnaire, and et al. Carriocas project: towards converged internet infrastructures supporting high performance distributed applications. OSA/IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, 27(12), June 2009.

[3] S.Azodolmolky,J.Parello,M.Angelou,F.Agraz,L.Velasco,S.Spadaro,Y.Pointurier,A.Francescon, C. Saradhi, P. Kokkinos, E. Varvarigos, S. Al Zahr, M. Gagnaire, M. Gunkel, D. Klonidis, and I. Tomkos. Experimental demonstration of an impairment aware network planning and operation tool for trans- parent/translucent optical networks. IEEE/OSA Journal on Lightwave Technology, 29(4), Feb. 2011.

[4] X. Bao, P. Martins, S. Tiecheng, and L. Shen. Stable throughput and delay performance in cognitive cooperative systems. IET, 5(2):190 – 198, Jan. 2011.

[5] D. Ben Cheikh, J.-M. Ke ́lif, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. Sir distribution analysis in cellular networks considering the joint impact of path-loss, shadowing and fast fading. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2011(137), Oct. 2011.

[6] D. Ben Cheikh, J.-M. Ke ́lif, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. Multi-cellular alamouti scheme perfor- mance in rayleigh and shadow fading. Springer Annals of telecommunications, Oct. 2012.

[7] D. Ben Cheikh, J.-M. Ke ́lif, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. Analytical joint processing multi-point cooperation performance in rayleigh fading. IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, 1(4):272–275, Aug. 2012.

[8] F. Benbadis, J.-J. Puig, M. Dias De Amorim, C. Chaudet, T. Friedman, and D. Simplot-Ryl. Jumps: Enhancing hop-count positioning in sensor networks using multiple coordinates. Ad Hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks journal, 2008.

[9] P.Bermolen,M.Mellia,M.Meo,D.Rossi,andS.Valenti.Abacus:Accurate,fine-grainedclassification of p2p-tv traffic. Elsevier Computer Networks, Dec. 2011.

[10] A.Bianco,T.Bonald,D.Cuda,andR.-M.Indre.Cost,powerconsumptionandperformanceevaluation of metro networks. Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 5(1):81–91, Jan. 2013.

[11] A. P. Bianzino, A. RAJU, and D. Rossi. Greening the internet surf: Experimental measurements of web power-consumption. IT Professional, Special Issue on Green IT, 13(1), Jan. 2011.

[12] A. P. Bianzino, A. RAJU, and D. Rossi. Apples-to-apples: a framework analysis for energy-efficiency in networks. ACM SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation Review, 38(3):81–85, Dec. 2011.

[13] A. P. Bianzino, C. Chaudet, D. Rossi, and J.-L. Rougier. A survey of green networking research. IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, 14(1):3–20, Jan. 2012.

[14] A. P. Bianzino, L. Chiaraviglio, M. Mellia, and J.-L. Rougier. Grida: Green distributed algorithm for energy-efficient ip backbone networks. Elsevier Computer Networks, 56(14):3219-3232, Sept. 2012.

[15] A. P. Bianzino, J.-L. Rougier, C. Chaudet, and D. Rossi. The green-game: Accounting for device criticality in resource consolidation for backbone ip networks. Strategic Behavior and the Environment, 2012.

[16] R. Birke, M. Mellia, M. Petracca, and D. Rossi. Inspecting voip by measurements from a large isp. International Journal of Network Management, Nov. 2010.

[17] T. Bonald and M. Feuillet. On the stability of flow-aware csma. Performance Evaluation, 67(11), Nov. 2010.

[18] T. Bonald and M. Feuillet. Performance of csma in multi-channel wireless networks. Queueing Systems, 72(1-2):139–160, Oct. 2012.

[19] T.Bonald and J.Roberts. Internet and the erlang formula. ACMSIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, 42(1):23–30, Jan. 2012.

[20] T. Bonald, D. Cuda, R.-M. Indre, and L. Noirie. Building optical packet networks without buffering, signalling or header processing. Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, Jan. 2013.

[21] P. Casas, F. Larroca, J.-L. Rougier, and S. Vaton. Taming traffic dynamics: Analysis and improvements. Computer Communications, Nov. 2011.

[22] L. Chen, S. Iellamo, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. Spectrum auction with interference constraint for cognitive radio networks with multiple primary and secondary users. Springer Wireless Networks, pages 1–17, May 2011.

[23] D. Cuda, R.-M. Indre, E. Le Rouzic, and J. Roberts. Building a transparent optical wide area network with multipaths. Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 5(1), Jan. 2013.

[24] L. Decreusefond, P. Martins, and T.-T. Vu. On noise limited cellular networks. Queueing systems, Aug. 2011.

[25] M.Dianati,R.Alleaume,M.Gagnaire,and X.Shen. Architecture and protocols of the future european quantum key distribution network. Security and Communication Networks, 1(1):57–74, Apr. 2008.

[26] S. Doirieux, B. Baynat, M. Maqbool, and M. Coupechoux. An efficient analytical model for the dimen- sioning of wimax networks supporting multi-profile best effort traffic. Elsevier Computer Communications, 33(10):1162–1179, June 2010.

[27] R. Douville, J.-L. Le Roux, J.-L. Rougier, and S. Secci. A Service Plane over the PCE Architecture for Automatic Multi-Domain Connection-Oriented Services. IEEE Communications Magazine, 46(6), June 2008.

[28] A. Finamore, M. Mellia, M. Meo, and D. Rossi. Kiss: Stochastic packet inspection classifier for udp traffic. IEEE Transactions on Networking, Apr. 2010.

[29] A. Finamore, M. Mellia, M. Meo, M. Munafo, and D. Rossi. Experiences of internet traffic monitoring with tstat. IEEE Network Magazine, Special Issue on Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis, May 2011.

[30] M. Gagnaire. T ransparent WDM Metro-Access networks. International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed Systems, 1(2):x–(x+13), Nov. 2008.

[31] M. Gagnaire, P. Vicat-Blanc Primet, and D. Simeonidou. Towards market-oriented clouds. Annals of Telecommunications, 65(11/12):647–651, Dec. 2010.

[32] A. Haddad and M. Gagnaire. Differentiated radio-over-fiber-based backhauling for dynamic lte capacity provisioning. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN), Apr. 2013.

[33] A. Haddad and M. Gagnaire. Optimized radio-over-fiber-based cellular backhauling strategy using genetic algorithms and pareto fronts. Springer Telecommunication Systems Journal, Sept. 2013.

[34] A. Haddad, E. A. Doumith, and M. Gagnaire. A fast and accurate meta-heuristic for failure localization based on the monitoring trail concept. Springer Journal on Telecommunication Systems, 48, Aug. 2011.

[35] S.Iellamo,L.Chen,and M.Coupechoux. Proportional and double imitation rules for spectrum access in cognitive radio networks. Elsevier Computer Networks, 2013.

[36] H. Kamal, M. Coupechoux, P. Godlewski, and J.-M. Ke ́lif. Optimal, heuristic and q-learning based dsa policies for cellular networks with coordinated access band. European Transactions on Telecommunications, 21(8):694–703, Dec. 2010.

[37] H. Kamal, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. Tabu search for dynamic spectrum allocation (dsa) in cellular networks. Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, 23(6):508–521, Oct. 2012.

[38] J.-M. Ke ́lif, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. A fluid model for performance analysis in cellular networks. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2010, July 2010.

[39] J.-M. Kelif, M. Coupechoux, and P. Godlewski. On the dimensioning of cellular ofdma networks. Elsevier Physical Communication, 5(1):10–21, Mar. 2012.

[40] J.Kim,L.Iannone,andA.Feldman.Cachinglocator/id mappings: An experimental scalability analysis and its implications. Elsevier Computer Networks, 57(4):897-909, Mar. 2013.

[41] M. Koubaa and M. Gagnaire. Lightpath rerouting strategies in wdm all-optical networks under scheduled and random traffic. IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 2(10):859 –871, Oct. 2010.

[42] F. Larroca and J.-L. Rougier. Minimum delay load-balancing via nonparametric regression and no-regret algorithms. Computer Networks, Nov. 2011.

[43] E. Lavinal, N. Simoni, M. Song, and B. Mathieu. A next-generation service overlay architecture. Annales des Télécommunications, Nov. 2009.

[44] E. Leonardi, M. Mellia, A. Horvath, L. Muscariello, S. Niccolini, and D. Rossi. Building a cooperative p2p-tv application over a wise network: The approach of the european fp-7 strep napa-wine. IEEE Communication Magazine, 64(6), Apr. 2008.

[45] W. Li, P. Martins, and L. Shen. Determination method of optimal number of clusters for clustered wireless sensor networks. Wireless Communications and mobile computing, Feb. 2010.

[46] B.Liu, N.Boukhatem and P.Martins. New efficient cross-layer and multihoming mechanisms at layer- 2 for inter-rat handover between umts and wimax. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Journal, 2010.

[47] B. Liu, P. Martins, and P. Bertin. Cross-layer design of the inter-rat handover between umts and wimax. EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, Vol.2010-14, Dec. 2010.

[48] M. Maqbool, P. Godlewski, M. Coupechoux, and J.-M. Ke ́lif. Analytical performance evaluation of various frequency reuse and scheduling schemes in cellular ofdma networks. Performance Evaluation, 67(4):318–337, Apr. 2010.

[49] M.Mellia, M.Meo, L.Muscariello and D.Rossi. Passive analysis of tcp anomalies. Elsevier Computer Networks, 52(14), 2008.

[50] M. Minelli, M. Coupechoux, J.-M. Kelif, M. Ma, and P. Godlewski. Sir estimation in hexagonal cellular networks with best server policy. Springer Wireless Personnal Communications, 69(1):133–152, Mar. 2012.

[51] D. R. Paolo Veglia. Performance evaluation of p2p-tv diffusion algorithms under realistic settings. Springer Peer-to-peer Networking and Applications (PPNA), 6:26–45, 2012.

[52] L. Piètre-Cambacédès and C. Chaudet. The sema referential framework: Avoiding ambiguities in the terms security and safety. International Journal of Critical Infrastructure Protection, 3(2):55–66, July 2010.

[53] D. Rossi and P. Veglia. An hybrid approach to assess the network awareness of p2p-tv applications. International Journal on Digital Multimedia Broadcasting, special issue on Network-Aware Peer-to-Peer (P2P) and Internet Video, Nov. 2010.

[54] D. Rossi, M. Mellia, and M. Meo. Quando il pc diventa un telefono. Il Sole 24 ore / Media 2000,, 2008.

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Books

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[80] A.P.Bianzino,C.Chaudet,D.Rossi,andJ.-L.Rougier.Versdesre ́seauxfilairesefficacesene ́nergie, chapter 2. Hermes, 2012.

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[88] B. Liu, P. Martins, P. Bertin, and A. E. Samhat. Inter-RAT Handover Between UMTS And WiMAX. Intech, 2009.

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