[e2e] Data flow models for real-time applications
mayer at tm.uka.de
Wed Feb 18 00:20:48 PST 2009
>> reading. Now, that would have the characteristics of a DDOS attack
>> (when there is a jiggle near CalTech, a *lot* of homes might be
>> affected), so they had jolly well better have enough bandwidth in
> Either that, or make the sensors a tiny bit smarter. I am sure there are lots of publish papers on how to make distributed systems like these more efficient, e.g. have a varying fraction of the sensors activated at some time, with the fraction varying based on activity level...
if anyone is aware of papers that go into this direction I would be very
interested! I currently start looking into what network traffic will
look like in the "Internet of Things". Imagining sensors, tags, etc.
everywhere in our environment and all of them communicating ... this
will maybe change the traffic characteristics in Core/Edge networks
dramatically. I am happy on any ideas into this direction.
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