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Seminar: Communication Systems

Multipath communication with a smartphone and one server

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Type of course Seminar (2 SWS)
ECTS credits 2.5 or 5
Language German or English
Seminar Online

Multipath communication has gained increasing interest in recent years: Using multiple interfaces offers both better Quality of Service and Quality of Experience. Use-cases are smartphones which are equipped with at least two network interfaces (WLAN and cellular) or boosting low data rate DSL lines by adding cellular or even satellite links. As an example, Multipath TCP (RFC 8684) is a well-studied multipath protocol available in the Linux Kernel. This seminar discusses basic principles of multipath communication and state of the art research papers.

Following is a first set of possible topics and papers – the final setup may change depending on the number of participants.

  • Multipath Transmission for the Internet
    • Li, M.; Lukyanenko, A.; Ou, Z.; Yla-Jaaski, A.; Tarkoma, S.; Coudron, M. & Secci, S.
      Multipath Transmission for the Internet: A Survey
      IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2016
    • Wischik, D.; Handley, M. & Braun, M. B.
      The resource pooling principle
      ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2008
  • Multipath TCP – Basics
    • www.multipath-tcp.org
    • Bonaventure, O.; Paasch, C. & Detal, G
      Use Cases and Operational Experience with Multipath TCP
      RFC 8041
    • Ford, A.; Raiciu, C.; Handley, M. J.; Bonaventure, O. & Paasch, C.
      TCP Extensions for Multipath Operation with Multiple Addresses
      RFC 8684
    • Jonathan Corbet
      Upstreaming multipath TCP
      https://lwn.net/Articles/800501, September 2019
  • Multipath TCP – Scheduling and Low Latency Scheduling
    • Dong, P.; Xie, J.; Tang, W.; Xiong, N.; Zhong, H. & Vasilakos, A. V.
      Performance Evaluation of Multipath TCP Scheduling Algorithms
      IEEE Access, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019
    • Hurtig, P.; Grinnemo, K.-J.; Brunstrom, A.; Ferlin, S.; Alay, O. & Kuhn, N.
      Low-Latency Scheduling in MPTCP
      IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019
  • CMT-SCTP and Multipath QUIC
    • Becke, M.; Adhari, H.; Rathgeb, E. P.; Fa, F.; Yang, X. & Zhou, X.
      Comparison of Multipath TCP and CMT-SCTP based on intercontinental measurements
      2013 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), IEEE, 2013
    • Coninck, Q. D. & Bonaventure, O.
      Multipath QUIC: Design and Evaluation
      Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies, ACM, 2017
    • Coninck, Q. D. & Bonaventure, O.
      Multipath Extensions for QUIC (MP-QUIC)
      Internet Engineering Task Force, draft-deconinck-quic-multipath-05, 2020
    • Coninck, Q. D. & Bonaventure, O.
      MultipathTester: Comparing MPTCP and MPQUIC in Mobile Environments
      2019 Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA), IEEE, 2019
  • Optional (depends on number of participants)
    • 5G ATSSS and Hybrid Access Networks
    • Multipath Communication and FEC
    • Multipath Communication over very heterogeneous links

Seminar

All talks can be given in German or English, the seminar is thus open for German as well as international students. However, English is recommended for improving presentation skills.

Send an e-mail to joerg.deutschmann@fau.de for registration and further information.

  • The seminar will take place online
  • Date for first meeting to be announced

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