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Title: COST 290 : WiQoST Traffic and QoS Management in Wireless Multimedia Networks


1
COST 290 Wi-QoSTTraffic and QoS Management in
Wireless Multimedia Networks
Technical University - Sofia
  • Assoc. Prof. Seferin Mirtchev
  • Technical University - Sofia, BULGARIA
  • stm_at_tu-sofia.bg

2
Outline of the presentation
  • Project Overview
  • Motivation
  • Relations to exist COST Actions
  • Action area of responsibility
  • Key objectives
  • Key results/benefits
  • Scientific Programme
  • Organization
  • Participants

3
Project Overview
  • Type and Identification EU COST Action 290
  • Source of funding European Commission
  • Duration June, 2004 - June, 2008
  • Website http//www.cost290.org/

4
Motivation
  • Spectacular growing of mobile communications
  • The networks increase and offer new services
  • New services pose new requirements to network
    design and construction issues
  • To implement new services, a set of novel
    network architectures, protocols and
    traffic-related mechanisms have to be invented

5
Motivation
  • Value-added and revenue-expected new services for
    the mobile network will be Internet access and IP
    multimedia applications
  • For the new applications certain QoS
    requirements need to be provided
  • No doubt, QoS for Internet applications will be
    heavily demanded by the end-users
  • Design, development and implementation of
    QoS-capable mobile networks is of paramount
    importance

6
Relations to exist COST Actions
  • COST 273 Towards Broadband Multimedia
    Networks
  • running until May 2005
  • is working on the radio aspects of future mobile
    broadband systems
  • major emphasis is given to radio propagation
    aspects, antenna technologies and radio network
    aspects of future wireless broadband networks

7
Relations to exist COST Actions
  • COST 279 Analysis and Design of Advanced
    Multiservice Networks supporting Mobility,
    Multimedia and Internetworking
  • running until June 2005
  • is contributing to the development and
    application of new and better analytical
    techniques for the analysis, design and control
    of advanced multiservice networks supporting
    mobility, multimedia and interworking

8
Relations to exist COST Actions
  • COST 285 Modeling and Simulation Tools for
    Research in Emerging Multi-service
    Telecommunications
  • running until March 2007
  • is aimed at developing new modeling and
    simulation tools for research in emerging
    multi-service telecommunications networks in the
    areas of model performance improvement, air and
    network interfaces for 3G and 4G mobile radio
    systems and multilayer traffic modeling and
    analysis

9
Action area of responsibility
  • Is intend to cover a considerable area of
    research not dealt with by mentioned Actions
  • Moreover, is intend to fill the gap between
    Actions 273 279
  • Traffic and QoS Management in Wireless
    Multimedia Networks, i.e. we would carry out a
    networking Action

10
Key objectives
  • Evolve, develop and investigate new approaches,
    techniques, methods, models, strategies and tools
  • Analysis, design, control and evaluation of
    future advanced
  • Multiservice Wireless Networks (MWNs)
  • Supporting user mobility, multimedia
    applications, and internetworking
  • Special attention must be given to QoS and
    related aspects in
  • Both access networks and core networks
  • In the presence of mixed multimedia traffic
  • To accomplish these tasks new analytical tools,
    software implementations and prototypes have to
    be invented

11
Key results/benefits
  • Increase of the knowledge on the MWNs and
    specifically on traffic nature and behavior and
    its impact on network architecture, performance
    and planning
  • Usage of the Pan-European infrastructure of the
    COST Action to execute and to perform
    international test beds and, therefore, to
    produce valuable outcome
  • Contributions to standardization bodies on the
    basis of the obtained achievements by creating
    inputs leading to well supported decisions
  • Coordination of the research relations, and
    foster research networking, between European
    participating organizations and research groups
    being active in the field

12
Scientific Program
  • Important broad research tasks to be addressed
    are
  • the analysis of the impact of multi-class traffic
    on network design and dimensioning
  • the definition of techniques to provide adequate
    QoS differentiation among traffic classes
  • the identification of new network planning
    criteria to cope with the integration of
    heterogeneous traffic flows
  • the definition of new services able to provide
    the requested multimedia contents to users on the
    move

13
Organization
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Timetable
  • Started on June 2004, and is scheduled to finish
    on June 2008
  • 3 yearly MC meetings
  • 1st MTRI, Malta, Gozo, October 2004
  • 2nd University Haute Alsace, France, February
    2005
  • 3rd Democritos University of Thrace, Greece, May
    2005
  • in conjunction with WWIC conference

15
Action Management
  • Chairman
  • Yevgeni Koucheryavy, Institute of Communication
    Engineering, Tampere University of Technology,
    Tampere, FINLAND
  • Vice-Chairman
  • Giovanni Giambene, Department of Informational
    Engineering, University of Siena, ITALY

16
WGs Management
  • WG1 Traffic Engineering
  • Dr. Dirk Staehle, Department of Distributed
    Systems, Institute of Computer Science,
    University of Wuerzburg, GERMANY
  • WG2 Mobility and Interoperability
  • Prof. Francisco Barcelo, Deapartament
    d'Enginyeria Telemàtica, UPC, SPAIN
  • WG3 Network Architecture and Planning
  • Prof. Torsten Braun, Institute of Computer
    Science and Applied Mathematics, University of
    Bern, SWITZERLAND
  • WG4 Services, regulations, and economic aspects
  • Prof. Vasilios Siris, Department of Computer
    Science, University of Crete Institute of
    Computer Science (ICS) Foundation for Research
    and Technology - Hellas (FORTH), GREECE

17
Participants
  • 23 countries have signed MoU
  • Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus,
    Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy,
    Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal,
    Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain,
    Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
  • 1 non-EU country participates
  • Russia (nomination will be approved by CSO on
    March 2005)
  • being signed
  • Turkey
  • 1 non-EU country expressed interest
  • South Korea (ETRI)

18
Participating Institutions
  • 51 institutions
  • 42 Universities
  • 4 Research Bodies
  • 3 Industry
  • 2 Operators
  • 82 individuals (subscribed to the mailing list)

19
Meetings Participation
  • 1st meeting
  • 38 participants
  • 10 technical documents
  • 2nd meeting
  • 43 participants
  • 16 technical documents

20
Invited Speakers
  • 2nd meeting
  • Dr. Andrei Gurtov, Helsinki Institute for
    Information Technology (HIIT), Advanced Research
    Unit, Helsinki, Finland
  • Infrastructure support for Host Identity Protocol
  • 3rd meeting
  • Prof. Ian F. Akyildiz, School of Electrical and
    Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of
    Technology, USA

21
COST 290 Conference
  • WWIC 2005
  • 3rd International Conference on Wired/Wireless
    Internet Communications
  • previously held in Boston and Frankfurt (Oder)
  • WWIC 2006 will take place in Bern, Switzerland
  • WWIC 2007 will take place in Coimbra, Portugal
  • Xanthi, May 2005
  • co-sponsored by Nokia, Cisco, and others
  • collocated with the 3rd MCM
  • http//www.wwic2005.org

22
Conference Statistics
  • Papers submitted
  • 120
  • Papers accepted
  • 36
  • Acceptance ratio
  • 30
  • papers with lowest overall rating accept have
    been accepted
  • Fair competition
  • 13 papers out of 36 belong to COST 290 community
  • 36

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Bulgarian Participants
  • Management Committee members
  • Dr. Stoyan PORYAZOV
  • Institute of Mathematics and
    Informatics
  • Bulgarian Academy of Science
  • Assoc. Prof. Ph.D Seferin MIRTCHEV
  • Technical University of Sofia
  • Working Group 3 Network architecture and
    planning Assoc. Prof. Ph.D. Ignat STANEV
  • College of Telecommunications and Posts

24
http//www.cost290.org
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  • Thank you for your attention!
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