[Ns-developers] ns3 accepted at GSOC 2010
z-shen at comp.nus.edu.sg
Tue Mar 23 23:21:25 PDT 2010
I've read your paper about ATR and ITR and get a primary idea of routing
protocol on the manet. As your paper mentioned, you've already implement the
ATR and ITR protocol on the NS-2. If you can share the code on NS-2 with me,
I think I can have a better knowledge of detail. Thank you!
Additionally, I think another important issue here is to how to implement
these protocols on NS-3. So, I'm going to study the wifi modules of NS-3 to
see how to integrate them.
On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Marcello Caleffi <marcello.caleffi at unina.it
> Dear Shen,
> the key feature of Mobile P2P is that the overlay is not independent of the
> underlay. And chord and other similar traditional P2P systems have to been
> deeply modified to work on mobile wireless networks. Please read the
> references (and maybe the papers cited in the references) to understand why
> and how.
> If you don't have experience with manets, I suggest you to start looking at
> the following reference:
> Imrich Chlamtac, Marco Conti, Jennifer J. -N. Liu, Mobile ad hoc
> networking: imperatives and challenges, Ad Hoc Networks, Volume 1, Issue 1,
> July 2003, Pages 13-64.
> Il giorno 22/mar/2010, alle ore 08.22, Zhijie Shen ha scritto:
> > Dr. Caleffi,
> > 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> wrote:
> > 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:
> > http://www.fedoa.unina.it/view/people/Caleffi,_Marcello.html
> > http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=4912791
> > http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=4428727
> > 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).
> > Best,
> > Marcello
> > 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
> > > But before application, if I want to discuss the detailed technical
> > > should I still use the ns-developers list or contact the mentor
> > >
> > > There are ample ideas listed on the website. However, I find that only
> 2 or
> > > 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
> > --
> > Shen Zhijie
> > School of Computing
> > National University of Singapore
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