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Timur FRIEDMAN
État académique
Thèse soutenue
Laboratoire: personnel permanent
Encadrement de thèses (depuis 2007)
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Productions scientifiques
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Federation of virtualized infrastructures: sharing the value of diversity
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Conference on Emerging Networking Experiments and Technology, CoNEXT 2010, Philadelphia, PA, USA, November 30 - December 03, 2010 2010
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Improving retouched Bloom filter for trading off selected false positives against false negatives
Vol. 18 54, pp. 3373-3387 2010
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OneLab: An Open Federated Facility for Experimentally Driven Future Internet Research
Several initiatives worldwide are seeking to build an open, general-purpose, and sustainable large-scale shared experimental facility to foster the emergence of the Future Internet. This objective is ambitious as it calls for the setting up of testbeds to study solutions yet to be designed. Furthermore, any proposed new architecture must be accompanied by a transition scenario to overcome the significant ob-stacles that will lie in the path to its eventual adoption. %X The OneLab experimental facility is a leading prototype for a flexi-ble federation of testbeds that is open to the current Internet. OneLab has pioneered the concept of testbed federation, providing a federation model that has been proven through a durable interconnection between its flagship testbed PlanetLab Europe (PLE) and the global PlanetLab infrastructure, mutualising over five hundred sites around the world. OneLab is further developing an understanding of what it means for autonomous organizations operating heterogeneous test-beds to federate their computation, storage, and network resources, including defining terminology, establishing universal design princi-ples, and identifying candidate federation strategies.
New Network Architectures: The Path to the Future Internet, eds. Tronco, Tania Regina, Springer 2010
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OneLab: Developing Future Internet Testbeds
Towards a Service-Based Internet - Third European Conference, ServiceWave 2010, Ghent, Belgium, December 13-15, 2010. Proceedings 2010
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The 2nd workshop on active internet measurements (AIMS-2) report
Vol. 5 40, pp. 53-58 2010
http://www-npa.lip6.fr/_publications/bourgeau2010tophat.pdf
TopHat: supporting experiments through measurement infrastructure federation
Researchers use the PlanetLab testbed for its ability to host experimental applications in realistic conditions over the public best-effort internet. Such applications form overlays whose performance is affected by the underlying topology and its evolution. While several topology information services have been proposed for PlanetLab, the TopHat system that we describe here fills a special niche. It is designed to support the entire lifecycle of an experiment: from setup, through run time, to retrospective analysis. TopHat does so in a new way, by drawing upon excellent, proven third party services, notably the Dimes and Etomic measurement infrastructures, for specialized measurements. TopHat has been developed as the active measurement component of PlanetLab Europe, the flagship testbed of the OneLab experimental facility. It is part of OneLab's larger effort to pioneer the federation of previously independent testbeds and measurement systems in order to provide a diverse global scale environment for Future Internet research.
Proc. TridentCom, Berlin, Germany 2010
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Jumps: Enhancing hop-count positioning in sensor networks using multiple coordinates
2009
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True link detection in the presence of per packet load balancers
2009