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Upowszechnienie rezultatów projektu RECODIS

Przyznany grant dotyczy dodatkowego wsparcia finansowego uczestników zakończonego czteroletniego projektu COST-RECODIS (1.03.2016-29.02.2020), w którym Politechnika Gdańska pełniła rolę lidera Niniejszy grant stanowi wsparcie finansowe w zakresie upowszechnienia wyników projektu RECODIS w okresie 1.03.2020-28.02.2021

Informacje szczegółowe

Akronim projektu:
CA15127-FAD
Program finansujący:
COST
Instytucja:
Sekretariat COST
Porozumienie:
Grant letter z dnia 17 kwietnia 2020 roku z dnia 2020-04-17
Okres realizacji:
2020-03-01 - 2021-04-30
Kierownik projektu:
dr hab. inż. Jacek Rak
Realizowany w:
Katedra Teleinformatyki
Wartość projektu:
10 000.00 EUR
Typ zgłoszenia:
Inny
Pochodzenie:
Projekt krajowy
Weryfikacja:
Politechnika Gdańska

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Rok 2021

  • A Survey of Fast-Recovery Mechanisms in Packet-Switched Networks
    Publikacja
    • M. Chiesa
    • A. Kamisinski
    • J. Rak
    • G. Retvari
    • S. Schmid

    - IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials - Rok 2021

    In order to meet their stringent dependability requirements, most modern packet-switched communication networks support fast-recovery mechanisms in the data plane. While reactions to failures in the data plane can be significantly faster compared to control plane mechanisms, implementing fast recovery in the data plane is challenging, and has recently received much attention in the literature. This survey presents a systematic,...

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  • Assessment of Connectivity-based Resilience to Attacks Against Multiple Nodes in SDNs
    Publikacja
    • D. Santos
    • A. de Sousa
    • C. Mas-Machuca
    • J. Rak

    - IEEE Access - Rok 2021

    In Software Defined Networks (SDNs), the control plane of a network is decoupled from its data plane. For scalability and robustness, the logically centralized control plane is implemented by physically placing different controllers throughout the network. The determination of the number and placement of controllers is known as the Controller Placement Problem (CPP). In the regular (i.e., failure-free) state, the control plane...

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  • Disaster Resilience of Optical Networks: State of the Art, Challenges, and Opportunities
    Publikacja
    • J. Rak
    • R. Girão-Silva
    • T. Gomes
    • G. Ellinas
    • B. Kantarci
    • M. Tornatore

    - Optical Switching and Networking - Rok 2021

    For several decades, optical networks, due to their high capacity and long-distance transmission range, have been used as the major communication technology to serve network traffic, especially in the core and metro segments of communication networks. Unfortunately, our society has often experienced how the correct functioning of these critical infrastructures can be substantially hindered by massive failures triggered by natural...

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  • eFRADIR: An Enhanced FRAmework for DIsaster Resilience
    Publikacja
    • A. Pasic
    • R. Girao-Silva
    • F. Mogyorosi
    • B. Vass
    • T. Gomes
    • P. Babarczi
    • P. Revisnyei
    • J. Tapolcai
    • J. Rak

    - IEEE Access - Rok 2021

    This paper focuses on how to increase the availability of a backbone network with minimal cost. In particular, the new framework focuses on resilience against natural disasters and is an evolution of the FRADIR/FRADIR-II framework. It targets three different directions, namely: network planning, failure modeling, and survivable routing. The steady state network planning is tackled by upgrading a sub-network (a set of links termed...

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  • Enhancing Resilience of FSO Networks to Adverse Weather Conditions
    Publikacja
    • I. Kalesnikau
    • M. Pióro
    • J. Rak
    • H. Ivanov
    • E. Fitzgerald
    • E. Leitgeb

    - IEEE Access - Rok 2021

    Optical wireless networks realized by means of gigabit optical wireless communication (OWC) systems are becoming, in a variety of applications, an important alternative, or a complementary solution, to their fiber-based counterparts. However, performance of the OWC systems can be considerably degraded in periods of unfavorable weather conditions, such as heavy fog, which temporarily reduce the effective capacity of the network....

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  • High-Power Jamming Attack Mitigation Techniques in Spectrally-Spatially Flexible Optical Networks
    Publikacja
    • G. Savva
    • K. Manousakis
    • J. Rak
    • I. Tomkos
    • G. Ellinas

    - IEEE Access - Rok 2021

    This work presents efficient connection provisioning techniques mitigating high-power jamming attacks in spectrally-spatially flexible optical networks (SS-FONs) utilizing multicore fibers. High-power jamming attacks are modeled based on their impact on the lightpaths’ quality of transmission (QoT) through inter-core crosstalk. Based on a desired threshold on a lightpath’s QoT, the modulation format used, the length of the path,...

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Rok 2020

  • Design of Resilient Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Systems
    Publikacja

    - Rok 2020

    Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) have recently gained noticeable attention due to advantages in improving road traffic safety, shaping the road traffic and providing infotainment opportunities to travellers. However, transmission characteristics following from the IEEE 802.11p standard and the high mobility of VANET nodes remarkably reduce the lifetime, reach and capacity of wireless links, and often lead to simultaneous disruptions...

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  • Disaster-Resilient Routing Schemes for Regional Failures
    Publikacja
    • T. Gomes
    • D. Santos
    • R. Girão-Silva
    • L. Martins
    • B. Nedic
    • M. Gunkel
    • B. Vass
    • J. Tapolcai
    • J. Rak

    - Rok 2020

    Large-scale natural disasters can have a profound effect on the telecommunication services in the affected geographical area. Hence, it is important to develop routing approaches that may help in circumventing damaged regional areas of a network. This prompted the development of geographically diverse routing schemes and also of disaster-risk aware routing schemes. A minimum-cost geodiverse routing, where a minimum geographical...

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  • Enhancing Availability for Critical Services
    Publikacja
    • T. Gomes
    • L. Martins
    • R. Girão-Silva
    • D. Tipper
    • A. Pašić
    • B. Vass
    • L. Garrote
    • U. J. Nunes
    • M. Zachariasen
    • J. Rak

    - Rok 2020

    Traditional approaches to provide classes of resilient service take the physical network availability as an input and then deploy redundancy and restoration techniques at various layers, often without full knowledge of mappings between layers. This makes it hard (and often inefficient) to ensure the high availability required by critical services which are typically a small fraction of the total traffic. Here, the innovative technique...

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  • Fundamental Schemes to Determine Disjoint Paths for Multiple Failure Scenarios
    Publikacja
    • T. Gomes
    • L. Jorge
    • R. Girão-Silva
    • J. Yallouz
    • P. Babarczi
    • J. Rak

    - Rok 2020

    Disjoint path routing approaches can be used to cope with multiple failure scenarios. This can be achieved using a set of k (k> 2) link- (or node-) disjoint path pairs (in single-cost and multi-cost networks). Alternatively, if Shared Risk Link Groups (SRLGs) information is available, the calculation of an SRLG-disjoint path pair (or of a set of such paths) can protect a connection against the joint failure of the set of links...

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  • Fundamentals of Communication Networks Resilience to Disasters and Massive Disruptions
    Publikacja
    • J. Rak
    • D. Hutchison
    • J. Tapolcai
    • R. Bruzgiene
    • M. Tornatore
    • C. Mas-Machuca
    • M. Furdek
    • P. Smith

    - Rok 2020

    Communication networks are exposed to a variety of massive failure events following from activities of nature, weather-induced disruptions, technology-implied problems, and malicious human activities. In this chapter, we first highlight the characteristics of these scenarios and discuss example failure events reported during the last three decades. Next, we explain the concept of network resilience and present an overview of major...

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  • Improving the Survivability of Carrier Networks to Large-Scale Disasters
    Publikacja
    • A. de Sousa
    • J. Rak
    • F. Barbosa
    • D. Santos
    • D. Mehta

    - Rok 2020

    This chapter is dedicated to the description of methods aiming to improve the survivability of carrier networks to large-scale disasters. First, a disaster classification and associated risk analysis is described, and the disaster-aware submarine fibre-optic cable deployment is addressed aiming to minimize the expected costs in case of natural disasters. Then, the chapter addresses the improvement of the network connectivity resilience...

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  • Optimization of Wireless Networks for Resilience to Adverse Weather Conditions
    Publikacja
    • M. Pióro
    • E. Fitzgerald
    • I. Kalesnikau
    • D. Nace
    • J. Rak

    - Rok 2020

    In this chapter, we consider how adverse weather conditions such as rain or fog affect the performance of wireless networks, and how to optimize these networks so as to make them robust to these conditions. We first show how to analyze the weather conditions in order to make them useful for network optimization modelling. Using an example realistic network, we show how to optimize two types of wireless networks: free-space optical...

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  • Reinforced Secure Gossiping Against DoS Attacks in Post-Disaster Scenarios
    Publikacja

    - IEEE Access - Rok 2020

    During and after a disaster, the perceived quality of communication networks often becomes remarkably degraded with an increased ratio of packet losses due to physical damages of the networking equipment, disturbance to the radio frequency signals, continuous reconfiguration of the routing tables, or sudden spikes of the network traffic, e.g., caused by the increased user activity in a post-disaster period. Several techniques have...

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  • Resilience of 5G Mobile Communication Systems to Massive Disruptions
    Publikacja

    - Rok 2020

    This chapter discusses vital techniques to enhance the resilience of 5G systems. It starts with dependability assessment of 5G networks. Next, it describes (a) the frequency fallback technique to improve availability and survivability of 5G services, (b) segment interleaving scheme to enhance communications resilience between base stations and the remaining part of the network and (c) multi-operator protection to address the resilience...

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  • Taxonomy of Schemes for Resilient Routing
    Publikacja

    - Rok 2020

    This chapter provides a taxonomy of schemes for resilient routing followed by a discussion of their application to contemporary architectures of communication networks. In particular, a general classification of schemes for resilient routing is first presented followed by a description of the reference schemes for IP networks. The chapter in its later part focuses on the representative techniques of resilient routing for a multi-domain...

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