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MAESTRO Models for Performance Analysis and Control of Networks. Date. Team composition (Oct. 2010). Sara Alouf (CR INRIA) Eitan Altman (DR INRIA, Avignon-LIA ) Konstantin Avrachenkov (CR INRIA) Alain Jean-Marie (DR INRIA, Montpellier-LIRMM ) Giovanni Neglia (CR INRIA )

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team composition oct 2010
Team composition(Oct. 2010)
  • Sara Alouf (CR INRIA)
  • Eitan Altman (DR INRIA, Avignon-LIA)
  • Konstantin Avrachenkov (CR INRIA)
  • Alain Jean-Marie (DR INRIA, Montpellier-LIRMM)
  • Giovanni Neglia (CR INRIA )
  • Philippe Nain (DR INRIA, project-team leader)
  • 6 PhD students
  • 2 post-doctoral fellows
  • Administrative assistant: Laurie Vermeersch
overall goal
Overall goal
  • Modeling, performance evaluation, optimization and control of networks
  • Contributions
  • Theoretical (new models, formalisms)
  • Applied (algorithms, patents, software)
research themes
Research themes
  • 1 - IP networks
  • 2 - Wireless communications
  • 3 - Information networks
  • 4 - Game theory applied to networking
  • 5 - Stochastic processes, queueing, control theory and game theory
1 ip networks
1 – IP networks

Content-centric networking(CCN)

[In cooperation with Orange Labs, Issy-les Moulineaux]

Modeling of traffic in CCNs, analysis and optimization of caching and routing policies

Flow-based networking

[In cooperation with Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs]

Elaboration of new concepts for fair scheduling of flows in routers (patents with ALU)

Evaluation of new TCP versions

E.g.compound TCP

2 wireless communications
2 -Wireless communications

Cellular networks

  • Green strategies for cellular networks
  • Cell size optimization in pico-cell networks [with ALU]
  • Spectral efficiency of CDMA uplink/downlink
  • Cooperative and non-cooperative power control

Ad Hoc, delay tolerant and mesh networks

File disseminationwith cooperative and non-cooperative users

Routing (massively dense ad hoc networks, quasi-deterministic networks)

Distributed call scheduling in mesh networks

3 information systems
3 – Information systems
  • Interplay between legislation, economics and information technology
  • Efficiency measures to enforce compliance with law
  • Network neutrality
  • New economical models (e.g. based on Shapley value)
  • Social networks
  • Clustering on the web
  • Scale-free growing networks
  • Analysis and enhancements of Google PageRank
4 game theory applied to networking
4 - Game theory applied to networking
  • Paradigms in games theory

Development of stochastic evolutionary game theory

Constrained, Bayesian, partial information, potential games

Application to

    • Competitive routing
    • Competitive access
    • Power control
    • Association problem in wireless
    • Evolution of TCP in Internet
5 stochastic processes queueing control theory and game theory
5 - Stochastic processes, queueing, control theory and game theory

Advances in game theory

Evolutionary games

Population games

Stochastic games with delay sharing information pattern

Branching processes

Singular perturbation theory

research output
Research Output
  • Publish papers in Conference such as Sigcomm, Sigmetrics, Sigir, etc.
  • Publish papers in journals such as Operational research, Queueing system, Annual of Probability etc.
  • Publish 8 Infocom papers almost every year.
external resources oct 2010
External resources (Oct. 2010)
  • ADR “Semantic Networking” (ALU; 2008-2011)
  • ADR “Self Optimization in Wireless Networks (ALU; 2008-2011)
  • CRE “Context-Centric Networking (Orange Labs.; 2010-2012)
  • IST STREP “ECODE” (2008-2011)
  • ANR Verso “ECOSCELLS” (2009-2012)
  • ANR SYSCOMM “MODELCOL” (08-10)
  • ANR RIAM “VOODO” (2008-10)
  • ANR Telecom “WINEM” (2007-10)
additional resources
Additional resources
  • Associate Team (INRIA program) “DAWN” with INDIA (IISc Bangalore) (2008-2011)
  • INRIA Program ARC “POPEYE” (2008-2010)