Category Archive: 'PHD Opnet Projects'

Assessing the impact of resource attack in Software Defined Network

Software Defined Network (SDN) empowers network operators with more flexibility to program their networks. In SDN, dummy switches on the data plane dynamically forward packets based on the rules which are managed by a centralized controller. To apply the rules, switches need to write the rules in its flow table. However, because the size of the flow table […]

Social monitoring and social analysis in internet of things virtual networks

The integration of social networking concepts into Internet of Things systems is a burgeoning topic of research that promises to support novel and more powerful applications. In this paper we present the social approach that the COSMOS project introduces in order to achieve enhanced services like discovery, recommendation and sharing between Things enriched with social properties. We investigate how typical notions […]

Optimized Technique for Capacitated Minimum Forest Problem In Wireless Sensor Networks

Recent advances in low power radios and sensor technology have enabled the pervasive deployment of sensor networks consisting of sensor nodes that are very small in size and relatively inexpensive. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been seen more as a solution to large scale tracking and monitoring applications, because their low data rate, low energy consumption and […]

An Information-Centric Communication Infrastructure for Real-Time State Estimation of Active Distribution Networks

The evolution toward emerging active distribution networks (ADNs) can be realized via a real-time state estimation (RTSE) application facilitated by the use of phasor measurement units (PMUs). A critical challenge in deploying PMU-based RTSE applications at large scale is the lack of a scalable and flexible communication infrastructure for the timely (i.e., sub-second) delivery of […]

Future Directions in Cable Networks, Services and Management

This chapter describes cloud, virtualization, software-defined networking (SDN), and self-managed concepts, architectures, and their building blocks, as possible future directions for multiple-system operator (MSO) networks and services. Cloud computing technologies are emerging as infrastructure services for provisioning computing and storage resources on demand in a simple and uniform way. Cloud-based virtualization allows for easy upgrade and migration […]