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Network Architectures: Internet Routing (Seminar, WS 2010/11)

The Internet influences our life more and more: Many of us use electronic mail instead of writing with pen and paper; homebanking and ordering books over the web are in everyday life; and elections via Internet are in field tests. Furthermore, the interconnectedness gets denser and the day is near that every coffee maker is programmable through the internet and every car connects to its manufacturer for diagnosis.

This seminar deals with recent findings and scientific research papers concerning Internet routing. Topics range from improvement of routing algorithms, such as for the Internet, wireles mesh networks, or overlay networks, over topology detection and emulation to traffic engineering or secure routing.

News

  • This seminar is over!
  • The seminar talks will take place on Feb. 28th and March 1st 2011, see agenda.
  • Preparatory Meeting: Monday, 25 October 2010, 2 p.m., room TEL 1118/19

Overview

Überblick / Basisdaten
Lecturers:
Prof. Anja Feldmann, Luigi Iannone
Contact persons:
Luigi Iannone, Benjamin Frank
Supervisors:

Event type:

Seminar
Area:
Diplom Informatik: Operating and Communication Systems / Betriebs- und Kommunikationssysteme (BKS)
Master of Computer Science
: Communication-Based Systems (Master Informatik: Kommunikations­basierte Systeme)
Master of Computer Engineering: Technical Applications (Master Technische Informatik: Technische Anwendungen)
Bachelor of Computer Science: Communication Technology (Bachelor Informatik: Kommunikations­technik)
Bachelor of Computer Engineering: Computer Engineering (Bachelor Technische Informatik: Technische Informatik)

     

Module(s):
part of the modules BINF-KT-NA/PJSE.W10, MINF-KT-NA/VTK.W10, MINF-KT-NA/VTG.W10.
SWS:
2
ECTS:
3
Time:
February 28th, 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
March 1st, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
(probably two or three days within the first two or three weeks in the semester breaks)

Room:
Auditorium 1 (TEL 20)

Preparatory meeting:

25 Oct 2010, 2 p.m., TEL 1118/19

Course ID:
0432 L 822
Audience:
bachelor students after their basic studies (from the fifth semester on), master students, and Diplom student
Prerequisites:
intermediate diplom / basic modules, profound knowledge in computer networks, good english for reading scientific papers
Exam:
talk and paper

Further information:

c.f. ISIS

Organisation

Intention of the seminar

  • practice to work original literature
  • practice of profesional/scientific talks
  • occupation with a small, definite and recent matter

General Guidelines

All Guidelines

  • Was is done in groups?
  • What demands are made on the paper?
  • What has to be considered for the talk and the preparation of the slides?

Certificate

To receive the seminar certificate we require

  • a successfull presentation/talk
  • a seminar paper accepted by us
  • continuous attendence and active participation and contribution (in the group meetings as well as during the presentations)

The seminar certificate will have a grade, which will be made from above mentioned Criteria.

Schedule

When?
What?
Time Need
25 Oct. 2010, 14:00–16:00
Preparatory Meeting: Presentation of the supervisors, topic groups and topics
see also: "How to read a paper" by S. Keshav
2h
until 6 Nov. 2010
Registration for the seminar via ISIS. At least three topic wishes and the Matrikelnummer are required. The topics are allocated by lot!
until 8 Nov. 2010
Announcement of participant ↔ topic correlation via ISIS or per email
until 19 Nov. 2010
elaborate the topic (search literature, sort it, read it—and if possible—understand it)
20h
until 20 Nov. 2010
Send a short version of your seminar paper containing structural and short hints as to the planned content to your supervisor (as a discussion basis)
until 26 Nov. 2010
Meeting of every participant with his supervisor
1h
until mid-Dec. 2010
summarize literature in a seminar paper (about 10 pages)
20h
until 17 Dec. 2010
send seminar paper to supervisor
until 7 Jan. 2011
read and correct seminar paper of the other participants of the group
5h
subsequently
Group meeting: exchange comments and helpful hints with each other. Attendance is mandatory!
2h
until 21 Jan 2011
incorporate results of the group meeting in seminar paper and send the revised version to supervisor
5h
until 5 Feb. 2011
Prepare slides and send them to supervisor
10h
until 18 Feb. 2011
Meeting with supervisor: discuss slides
1h
until 25 Feb. 2011
incoporate comments of supervisor in slides and send final version to supervisor
5h
19 Feb. 2011
End of term

until the day before seminar
Prepare the talk
5h
28 Feb. and 1 March 2011
Talks
Attendance to all talks is mandatory!
45min incl. Discussion per talk

Topics

Several papers in the area of "Internet Routing" to work on in the seminar.

more …

Agenda

All talks take place in Auditorium 1 (TEL 20):

Monday, 28 February 2011
Time
Title
Speaker
14:00–14:45
Ant Colonies for Adaptive Routing in Packet-switches Communication Networks
Iurii Bystrov
14:50–15:35
A Measurement-based Study of the Skype Peer-to-Peer VoIP Performance
Theresa Enghardt
15:35–15:50
Break
15:50–16:35
Analytical and Numerical Investigation of Ant Behavior Under Crowded Conditions
Mirco Romano Palmer
16:40–17:25
Hierarchical Structure and the Prediction of the Missing Links in Networks
Eirini Spartinou
17:30–18:00
Debriefing
Tuesday, 1 March 2011
Time
Title
Speaker
09:00–09:45
Donnybrock: enabling large scale, high-speed Peer-to-Peer games
Hannes Fiedler
09:50–10:35
APT: A Practical Tunneling Architecture for Routing Scalability
Philipp Richter
10:35–10:50
Break
10:50–11:35
Metarouting
Matthias Rost
11:40–12:25
An Analysis of the Skype Peer-to-Peer Telephony Protocol
Danish Samiullah
12:30–13:00
Debriefing

References

  • Huitema, Christian. Routing in the Internet. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA, 1995. (english)
  • James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross. Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach. Addison-Wesley, fourth edition, 2007. (englisch), online version (preliminary version of 1st edition, password will be given during the course)
  • James F. Kurose und Keith W. Ross. Computernetze: Ein Top-Down-Ansatz mit Schwerpunkt Internet. Pearson Studium (Prentice Hall), München, Deutschland, 2002. (deutsch)
  • Andrew S. Tanenbaum. Computernetzwerke. Pearson Studium (Prentice Hall), München, Deutschland, dritte revidierte Auflage, 2000. (deutsch)
  • Andrew S. Tanenbaum. Computer Networks. Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA, fourth edition, 2003. (english)


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