[Ns-developers] ns3 accepted at GSOC 2010
z-shen at comp.nus.edu.sg
Mon Mar 22 00:22:51 PDT 2010
I just found that NS-3 already have its first P2P module: "
http://code.nsnam.org/gillh/ns-3-chord", which builds a chord and a dhash
protocol based on IPV4 network. Maybe we can make use of their
contributions. To my knowledge, the overlay is independent of the underlay.
Thus, building an overlay for the manet should be similar to that for the
traditional network. The mobility may cause some changes but it should be
possible to extend the standard DHT and add the flavor of mobility and bind
it to the manet nodes. This is just my primary thoughts, I'll go on to
investigate in detail.
My previous research work focused on the traditional network and I'm not
fully ware of challenges in manet at present. I will read your recommended
papers to get a better knowledge. Buf I will appreciate it if you can
outline the characteristics of Mobile P2P for me. Thank you very much!
On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 4:03 PM, Marcello Caleffi <marcello.caleffi at unina.it
> Dear Shen,
> as regards to your application, maybe you can start briefly describing what
> do you want to do and how after having read the following papers:
> As advice, I suggest you to review very carefully the ns-3 classes, and
> maybe to start thinking on a class diagram which clearly states which class
> does what.
> As regards to the previous years students, there is a fixed quota
> established by Google after the students valuation (which is in charge to
> ns-3 mentors).
> Il giorno 19/mar/2010, alle ore 17.49, Zhijie Shen ha scritto:
> > Hi all,
> > It is from GSOC that I heard the opportunity to participating in NS-3
> > development. I'm a Ph.D student, doing research on P2P related topic.
> > been using NS-2, Omnet++ and PeerSim for my work, so I understand how
> > important simulators are to networking research.
> > The idea of Mobile P2P interests me a lot so that I want to apply for it.
> > But before application, if I want to discuss the detailed technical
> > should I still use the ns-developers list or contact the mentor directly?
> > There are ample ideas listed on the website. However, I find that only 2
> > 3 students participated in the previous years' project. Is this because
> > mentors are picky to select a student participant or Google only allows
> > limited quota?
> > Please help me to address my puzzle. Thanks a lot!
> > --
> > Shen Zhijie
> > School of Computing
> > National University of Singapore
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