Creating and sharing knowledge for telecommunications

Project: Traffic analysis, modeling and measurements for the management of the future Internet

Acronym: AWARE2
Main Objective:
The AWARE2 (short for Traffic analysis, modeling and measurements for the management of the future Internet) project is centered on several problems critical to successful future Internet engineering. It incorporates various aspects of modern Internet management such as traffic measurements, sampling, statistical analysis and modeling, and aims at providing better monitoring, inference, analysis and decision aid tools for the future. More specifically, the project is comprised of the following ten tasks: 1 - Inference of flow characteristics from traffic sampling, 2 - Fast identification of Internet applications, 3 - Anomaly detection using robust Principal Component Analysis, 4- QoS prediction based on network tomography, 5 -Integration of traffic awareness modules in P2P networks, 6 - Congestion control signaling, 7 - Probing methods for Internet monitoring, 8 - Traffic classification using a multi-scaling analysis, 9 - Implications of autocorrelation on the performance of Internet routers and their control. 10 - Evaluation of feature selection methods based on Mutual Information.
Reference: PTDC/EIA-EIA/115988/2009
Funding: FCT
Start Date: 01-01-2011
End Date: 01-06-2013
Team: Rui Jorge Morais Tomaz Valadas
Groups: Network Architectures and Protocols – Lx, Telecommunications and Networking – Av
Partners: IST
Local Coordinator: Rui Jorge Morais Tomaz Valadas
Associated Publications