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Time: 2022-5-9 10:30
Address: 4th Research Building A527-B
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  1. [SIGCOMM 2021] XLINK: QoE-driven multi-path QUIC transport in large-scale video services, Rong
    Abstract: We report XLINK, a multi-path QUIC video transport solution with experiments in Taobao short videos. XLINK is designed to meet two operational challenges at the same time: (1) Optimized user-perceived quality of experience (QoE) in terms of robustness, smoothness, responsiveness, and mobility and (2) Minimized cost overhead for service providers (typically CDNs). The core of XLINK is to take the opportunity of QUIC as a user-space protocol and directly capture user-perceived video QoE intent to control multi-path scheduling and management. We overcome major hurdles such as multi-path head-of-line blocking, network heterogeneity, and rapid link variations and balance cost and performance. To the best of our knowledge, XLINK is the first large-scale experimental study of multi-path QUIC video services in production environments. We present the results of over 3 million e-commerce product short-video plays from consumers who upgraded to Taobao android app with XLINK. Our study shows that compared to single-path QUIC, XLINK achieved 19 to 50% improvement in the 99-th percentile video-chunk request completion time, 32% improvement in the 99-th percentile first-video-frame latency, 23 to 67% improvement in the re-buffering rate at the expense of 2.1% redundant traffic.
  2. [IoTJ 2021] Stepwise Refinement Provenance Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks, Zhuoliu
    Abstract: In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), provenance is critical for assessing the trustworthiness of the data acquired and forwarded by sensor nodes. Due to the energy and bandwidth limitations of WSNs, it is crucial that data provenance should be as compact as possible. The main drawback of the existing block provenance schemes is that to decode the provenance, all of the provenance blocks must be received by the base station (BS) correctly. To address such an issue, we propose a multi-granularity graphs based stepwise refinement provenance scheme (MSRP), among which we use the mutual information between node pair as the similarity index to classify node IDs and then generate the multi-granularity topology graphs. Furthermore, the dictionary-based provenance scheme (DP) is employed to encode the provenance in a stepwise manner. The BS recovers the provenance in the same stepwise manner and performs the data trustworthiness evaluation during the decoding. We evaluate the performance of the MSRP scheme extensively by both simulations and testbed experiments. In addition to mitigating the main drawback of the existing block provenance schemes, the results show that our scheme not only outperforms the known related schemes with respect to average provenance size and energy consumption, but also drastically improves data trustworthiness assessing efficiency.




  • [Topic] [ The path planning algorithm for multiple mobile edge servers in EdgeGO], Rong Cong, 2020-11-18






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