Le Laboratoire de téléinformatique est dédié aux aspects avancés de la gestion des réseaux et des nouvelles applications surimposées aux réseaux IP. Le laboratoire a aussi développé des outils innovants permettant d’évaluer la qualité de service dans les réseaux. Il s’intéresse également aux réseaux optiques et aux ontologies pour les télécommunications.

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Quelques projets de membres du LTIR

Netvirt This research will investigate the main challenges of network virtualization (NV), by exploring the following areas: how to discover and advertise network resources; how to create and manage a sliced node across diverse resources; how does virtualization extend to wireless and optical links; how to implement virtualization across diverse resources and across layers of protocol stack; how to manage slices; what kind of services will the network infrastructure providers offer to the network providers; what kind of capabilities are enabled by infrastructure virtualization. Site web du projetlaboLtir2013 (1)

Dernières publications

  • Hallé, S., Ngoupé, E., Villemaire, R. et Omar Cherkaoui, "Distributed Firewall Anomaly Detection Through LTL Model Checking.," in EEE/IFIP IM 2013, Ghent, Belgium, 2013.
  • Bochra Boughzala, Imen Limam, Lemieux, Y. et Omar Cherkaoui, "Programming OpenFlow Switches using a Unified and a Dedicated High-Level Language," in Infocomm 2012, Orlando, USA, 2012.
  • Omar El Ferkouss, Ben Ali, R., Lemieux, Y. et Omar Cherkaoui, "Performance model for mapping processing tasks to OpenFlow switch resources," in ICC 2012, Ottawa, Canada, 2012.
  • Hares, S., Haleplidis, E., Omar Cherkaoui et Wang, W., "Forwarding and Control Element Separation (ForCES) OpenFlow Model Library," in IETF, 2012.
  • Imen Limam, Ben Ali, R. et Omar Cherkaoui, "On the Problem of Mapping Virtual Machines to Physical Machines for Delay Sensitive Services," Anaheim, USA, 2012.

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