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Published on October 15, 2007

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COST 290 :: Wi-QoST Traffic and QoS Management in Wireless Multimedia Networks:  COST 290 :: Wi-QoST Traffic and QoS Management in Wireless Multimedia Networks Yevgeni Koucheryavy Tampere University of Technology, FINLAND +358 40 771 0619 yk@cs.tut.fi http://www.cost290.org Outline of the presentation:  Outline of the presentation History and background Objectives Organization and Timetable Current Activity Future History milestones:  History milestones In accordance to COST 290 website COST initiative in Wireless Multimedia Networks website became available online on October 7th, 2002 January 2003, the first draft of the MoU Technical Annex released 35 participants from 17 countries contributed February 13, 2003, the proposal was presented at 58th COST-TIST meeting June 2003 was announced as expected date for CSO approval History milestones:  History milestones October 21, 2003 COST initiative was approved by COST-TIST TC assigned number is 290 December 04, 2003 the COST 290 Action was approved by CSO March 10, 2004 the Action became operational budget is assigned for 12 countries Objectives:  Objectives The main objective of the Action is to increase the knowledge on future advanced Multiservice Wireless Networks (MWNs) and specifically on traffic nature and behavior and its impact on network architecture, performance and planning Special attention must be given to Quality of Service and related aspects in both access networks and core networks in the presence of mixed multimedia traffic To accomplish this new analytical tools, software implementations and prototypes have to be developed and validated Background:  Background Some roots came out from COST 263 Quality of Future Internet Services, QofIS, ran until November 2003 contributed to the area of Internet QoS architectures, protocols and mechanisms and COST 264 Enabling Networked Multimedia Group Communication, ran until September 2002 contributed to the area of multimedia fixed and wireless Internet-based networking mixed with a new members new cross-community Relations to exist COST Actions:  Relations to exist COST Actions 273 and 279 do relate to the area of traffic engineering and QoS control in multimedia-enabled wireless networks but place special bias on physical layer aspects and analytical analysis do not concentrate on architectural-technical issues and QoS provisioning 279 invited talk collaborative activity has started Relations to exist COST Actions:  Relations to exist COST Actions 285 focused on computational tools for modeling and simulation an important complimentary area we envisage the possibility of fostering good collaboration, particularly in the evolution and development of new analytical tools 289 mainly deals with lower layer protocols and techniques for adequate capacity and access provision Timetable:  Timetable Started on June 2004, and is scheduled to finish on June 2008 3 yearly MC meetings 1st: MTRI, Malta, Gozo, October 2004 2nd: University Haute Alsace, France, February 2005 3rd: Democritos University of Thrace, Greece, May 2005 in conjunction with WWIC conference Signatories:  Signatories 24 countries have signed MoU Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom 1 non-EU countries participates Russia (waiting for approval by CSO) 1 non-EU country interested South Korea (ETRI) Participating Institutions:  Participating Institutions 52 institutions 43 Universities 4 Research Bodies 3 Industry 2 Operators 82 individuals (subscribed to the mailing list) Action Management:  Action Management Chairman Dr. Yevgeni Koucheryavy, Institute of Communication Engineering, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, FINLAND Vice-Chairman Dr. Giovanni Giambene, Department of Informational Engineering, University of Siena, ITALY WGs Management:  WGs Management WG1 “Traffic Engineering” Dr. Dirk Staehle, Department of Distributed Systems, Institute of Computer Science, University of Wuerzburg, Germany WG2 “Mobility and Interoperability” Prof. Francisco Barcelo, Deapartament d'Enginyeria Telemàtica, UPC, Spain WG3 “Network Architecture and Planning” Prof. Torsten Braun, Institute of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, University of Bern, Switzerland WG4 “Services, regulations, and economic aspects” Prof. Vasilios Siris, Department of Computer Science, University of Crete & nstitute of Computer Science (ICS) Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece Meetings Participation:  Meetings Participation 1st meeting 38 participants Was too busy MC meeting 2nd meeting 43 participants 3rd meeting in conjunction with WWIC conference More than 60 participants Invited Speakers:  Invited Speakers 2nd meeting Dr. Andrei Gurtov, The Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (HIIT), Advanced Research Unit, Helsinki, Finland Infrastructure support for Host Identity Protocol 3rd meeting Keynote speakers for WWIC Prof. Ian F. Akyildiz, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Key Wireless Networking Technologies in the Next Decade Prof. Michael Smirnov, FOKUS, Germany Autonomous Communication for Network Immunity and Performance Technical Documents:  Technical Documents MC decision Spontaneous presentations 10-15% Without the need of a supporting paper Paper-based presentations The rest 85-90% With TD number assignment 1st meeting 10 documents 2nd meeting 15 documents 3rd meeting (in conjunction with WWIC conference) 13 documents What is done in technical area:  What is done in technical area Integration of participants Sharing of ideas Defining of expertise areas Models Testbeds Prototypes and Implementations Conference:  Conference WWIC 2005 3rd International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications previously held in Boston and Frankfurt (Oder) WWIC 2006 will take place in Bern, Switzerland WWIC 2007 will take place in Coimbra, Portugal Xanthi, May 2005 co-sponsored by Nokia, Cisco, and others collocated with the 3rd MCM http://www.wwic2005.org Conference Statistics:  Conference Statistics Papers submitted 120 Papers accepted 36 Acceptance ratio 30% papers with lowest overall rating ‘accept’ have been accepted Fair competition 13 papers out of 36 belong to COST 290 community 36% Proceedings Springer Lecture Notes on Computer Science T.Braun, G.Carle, Y.Koucheryavy, V.Tsaoussidis (Eds.), LNCS 3510, 366 p., ISBN 3-540-25899-X Affiliated Conferences:  Affiliated Conferences 13th IWQoS, Passau, Germany, June 2005 International Workshop on QoS Prof. Hermann De Meer, University of Passau, GERMANY 12th ASMTA, Riga, Latvia, June 2005 International Conference on Analytical and Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Applications Prof. Khalid Al-Begain, University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK 6th NEW2AN, St.Petersburg, Russia, June 2006 ITC/IEEE International Conference on Next Generation Teletraffic and Wired/Wireless Advanced Networking Dr. Yevgeni Koucheryavy, Tampere University of Technology, FINLAND Liaisons:  Liaisons COST Programme 273, 279, 285, 289 IST NoE E-NEXT, IP B-BONE, IP LIAISON, IP EUQoS, IP DIADALOS, NoE Euro-NGI, IP Ambient Networks, NoE SatNEx, NoE Kaleidoscope, NoE TARGET, FP5 EMILY, MOME IST (Cluster of European Project aimed at Monitoring and Measurements) ITU SG11 Foreseen Future:  Foreseen Future 4th MCM October 13-14, 2005 University of Wuerzburg, Germany 5th MCM January/February 2006 TNO Telecom/University of Twente, The Netherlands Targets:  Targets Proceed with establishing of the community Better structuring Better dissemination Joint contributions papers, reports, etc. Also via STSM instrument STSM STSM evaluation board target for the first operational year: 2 missions 1 was implemented target for the second operational year: more than 3 missions 3 already applied for http://www.cost290.org:  http://www.cost290.org Slide25:  Thanks for attention!

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