Browsing by Author "Nelson, Richard"

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  • Application-Level QoS: Improving video conferencing quality through sending the best packet next

    McDonald, Ian; Nelson, Richard (IEEE, 2008)
    In a traditional network stack, data from an application is transmitted in the order that it is received. An algorithm is proposed where information about the priority of packets and expiry times is used by the transport ...
  • Cardigan: deploying a distributed routing fabric

    Stringer, Jonathan Philip; Fu, Qiang; Lorier, Christopher Martin; Nelson, Richard; Rothenberg, Christian Esteve (ACM, 2013)
    SDN is an active area for network research, with many organisations exploring the opportunities provided by the de-coupling of network control from packet forwarding. Previous work has suggested that a hybrid networking ...
  • Cardigan: SDN distributed routing fabric going live at an Internet exchange

    Stringer, Jonathan; Pemberton, Dean; Fu, Qiang; Lorier, Christopher Martin; Nelson, Richard; Bailey, Josh; Corrêa, Carlos N.A.; Rothenberg, Christian Esteve (IEEE, 2014)
    Software Defined Networking (SDN) is an active area for network research, with many organizations exploring the opportunities provided by the decoupling of network control from packet forwarding. However, questions remain ...
  • Comparing anomaly detection methods in computer networks

    Löf, Andreas; Nelson, Richard (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    This work in progress outlines a comparison of anomaly detection methods that we are undertaking. We are comparing different types of anomaly detection methods with the purpose of achieving results covering a broad spectrum ...
  • Identifying equivalent SDN forwarding behaviour

    Sanger, Richard; Luckie, Matthew John; Nelson, Richard (ACM, 2019)
    Software-Defined Networking (SDN) enables network operators the flexibility to program their own forwarding rules, providing more than one way to achieve the same behaviour. Verifying equivalence between rulesets is a ...

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  • Algorithmic mapping of software-defined networking pipelines

    Lorier, Christopher Martin (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    Networks with a consistent software stack reduce the complexity of monitoring, testing and automation, and reduce the mental burden on operators. However, when network software is bundled with the hardware, operators face ...
  • Failure resilience and traffic engineering for multi-controller software defined networking

    Zaicu, Nicu Florin (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    This thesis explores and proposes solutions to address the challenges faced by Multi-Controller SDN (MCSDN) systems when deploying TE optimisation on WANs. Despite the interest from the research community, existing MCSDN ...
  • Investigation into building large scale wireless networks with ubiquitous access

    Yearbury, Scott (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    This thesis presents a design and implementation of a novel method of device authentication in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.11 Wi-Fi networks and a method of access point configuration and ...
  • An algorithmic approach to OpenFlow ruleset transformation

    Sanger, Richard (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    In an ideal development cycle for an OpenFlow application, a developer designs a pipeline to suit their application's needs and installs rules to that pipeline. Their application will run on any OpenFlow switch, whether ...
  • Privacy-preserving encoding for cloud computing

    Will, Mark Antony (The University of Waikato, 2019)
    Information in the cloud is under constant attack from cyber criminals as profitability increases; user privacy is also at risk with data being mined for monetary value – the new gold. A single leak could have devastating ...

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