The NDN project team compiles and publishes this newsletter monthly to inform the community about recent activities, technical news, meetings, publications, presentations, code releases, and upcoming events. You can find these newsletters posted on the Named Data Networking Project blog.
- On May 31-June 1, 2016, NIST hosted a two-day workshop on Named Data Networking on their campus in Gaithersburg, MD. Day 1 theme focused on the Internet of Things, Day 2 theme covered Big Data and Big Media. See the agenda and the webcast.
- We released new NDN client libraries:
- NDN-VIZ: An Interactive Visualization Tool for NDN Traffic
- We released an early version of NDN-VIZ, an interactive visualization tool for NDN traffic, aiming to help NDN researchers and developers to easily analyze their tests. NDN-VIZ uses D3 to build visualization based on log files (ndndump & topology). The current version contains only two visualization channels, topology and name tree. We plan to add a timeline and allow selection of specific time periods.
NDN Publications, Presentations, and Technical Reports
- Peter Gusev, Zhehao Wang, Jeff Burke, Lixia Zhang, Eiichi Muramoto, Ryota Ohnishi, and Takahiro Yoneda. “Real-time streaming data delivery over Named Data Networking” IEICE Transactions, May 2016.
- Vince Lehman, Ashlesh Gawande, Rodrigo Aldecoa, Dmitri Krioukov, Beichuan Zhang, Lixia Zhang, and Lan Wang. “An Experimental Investigation of Hyperbolic Routing with a Smart Forwarding Plane in NDN” IEEE IWQoS Symposium, June 2016.
- We posted revision 1 of the technical report NDN-0039-1 “PartialSync: Efficient Synchronization of a Partial Namespace in NDN.” Data synchronization plays an important role in NDN similar to transport protocols in IP. Some distributed applications, such as news and weather services, require a synchronization protocol where each consumer can subscribe to a different subset of a producer’s data streams. In this paper, we propose PartialSync which aims to efficiently address this synchronization problem.
- Lixia Zhang presented “New Applications via Opportunistic Peer-to-Peer Wireless Communications” NSF Future Wireless Cities Workshop, Feb 2016.
- Lixia Zhang presented “Named Data Networking of Things” US-Europe Invited Workshop on Next Generation Internet of Things, March 2016.
- Alex Afanasyev presented “Supporting Mobility in Named Data Networking” At 3rd Workshop on Name-Oriented Mobility: Architecture, Algorithms and Applications, April 2016.
- Jeff Burke presented “Design Principles for Named Data Networking” ICNRG Interim meeting @ IETF 95, Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 3, 2016.
- Lixia Zhang presented “Challenges in the Internet of Things Realization” at the 7th Annual PKU-UCLA Joint Research Institute Symposium, May 2016
- Lixia Zhang presented “Looking Back, Looking Forward: Why We Need a New Internet Architecture” Keynote at 11th International Conference on Future Internet Technologies, June 2016.
- The NDN seminars are internally focused. If you would like to participate in the NDN Seminars, please contact the PoC, UCLA PhD. candidate Spyridon Mastorakis <Spiros.email@example.com> for the most up-to-date information regarding upcoming seminars.
- 2 June 2016 Klaus Schneider (University of Arizona), “Practical Congestion Control for NDN”
- Call for Papers: 1st IEEE Workshop on Named Data Networking for Challenged Communication Environments (NDN-CCE’2016) Washington, DC, December 8th 2016
- Call for Papers: 15 July 2016 deadline: 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Information Centric Networking Solutions for Real World Applications (ICNSRA).
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