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Giulio GRASSI
État académique
Thèse en cours...
Sujet: Connected Cars: Mobility and Connectivity challenges.
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Productions scientifiques
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Vehicular Inter-Networking via Named Data
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In this paper we apply the Named Data Networking, a newly proposed Internet architecture, to networking vehicles on the run. Our design, V-NDN , illustrates NDN's promising potential to providing a unifying architecture that enables networking among all computing devices independent from whether they are connected through wired infrastructure, ad hoc, or intermittent DTN.
ACM HotMobile https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01182807 ACM HotMobile, 2013, Jekyll Island, United States. <10.1145/2542095.2542108>ARRAY(0x7f040190c4b8) 2013
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Navigo: Interest forwarding by geolocations in vehicular Named Data Networking
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This paper proposes Navigo, a location based packet forwarding mechanism for vehicular Named Data Networking (NDN). Navigo takes a radically new approach to address the challenges of frequent connectivity disruptions and sudden network changes in a vehicle network. Instead of forwarding packets to a specific moving car, Navigo aims to fetch specific pieces of data from multiple potential carriers of the data. The design provides (1) a mechanism to bind NDN data names to the producers' geographic area(s); (2) an algorithm to guide Interests towards data producers using a specialized shortest path over the road topology; and (3) an adaptive discovery and selection mechanism that can identify the best data source across multiple geographic areas, as well as quickly react to changes in the V2X network.
World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM), 2015 IEEE 16th International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01182994 World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM), 2015 IEEE 16th International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks, Jun 2015, Boston, United States. 2015, <10.1109/WoWMoM.2015.7158165>ARRAY(0x7f0400735cf0) 2015-06
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VANET via Named Data Networking
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In this paper we apply the Named Data Networking [8], a newly proposed Internet architecture, to networking vehicles on the run. Our initial design, dubbed V-NDN, illustrates NDN's promising potential in providing a unifying architecture that enables networking among all computing devices independent from whether they are connected through wired infrastructure, ad hoc, or intermittent DTN. This paper describes a prototype implementation of V-NDN and its preliminary performance assessment, and identifies remaining challenges.
Name Oriented Mobility (NOM) - Infocom Workshop https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01182997 Name Oriented Mobility (NOM) - Infocom Workshop, Apr 2014, Toronto, Canada. 2014, <10.1109/INFCOMW.2014.6849267>ARRAY(0x7f04013beb48) 2014-04
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Poster: ParkMaster -Leveraging Edge Computing in Visual Analytics
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In this work we propose ParkMaster, a low-cost crowdsourc-ing architecture which exploits machine learning techniques and vision algorithms to evaluate parking availability in cities. While the user is normally driving ParkMaster enables off the shelf smartphones to collect information about the presence of parked vehicles by running image recognition techniques on the phones camera video streaming. The paper describes the design of ParkMaster's architecture and shows the feasibility of deploying such mobile sensor system in nowadays smartphones, in particular focusing on the practicability of running vision algorithms on phones.
Mobicom https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01231828 Mobicom, 2015, Paris, France. 2015, <10.1145/2789168.2795174>ARRAY(0x7f04005066d8) 2015
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Anchor-less Producer Mobility in ICN
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Mobility has become a basic premise of almost any network communication, thereby requiring a native integration into next generation 5G networks. Despite the numerous efforts to propose and to standardize effective mobility management models for IP, the result is a very complex, poorly flexible set of mechanisms not suitable for the design of a radio-agnostic 5G mobile core. The natural support for mobility, security and storage offered by ICN (Information-Centric Networking) architecture, makes it a good candidate to define a radically new solution relieving limitations of traditional approaches. If consumer mobility is supported in ICN by design in virtue of its connectionless pull-based communication model, producer mobility still appears to be an open challenge. In this work we describe an initial proposal for an anchor-less approach to manage producer mobility via Interest Up-dates/Notifications in the data plane, even in presence of latency-sensitive applications. We detail the different operations triggered by producer movements and position our contribution in the context of existing alternatives, by discussing either user performance and network metrics.
ICN https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01231825 ICN, 2015, San Francisco, United States. 2015, <10.1145/2810156.2812601>ARRAY(0x7f040060c858) 2015
Soutenance
Thèse: Connected cars: a networking challenge and a computing resource for smart cities.
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