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[21:05:08] <Tobia Castaldi> hi everybody FYI a Meetecho session is available at http://www.meetecho.com/ietf88/nwcrg
[21:05:14] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 2: IRTF IPR Policy
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[21:06:28] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 3: Agenda
[21:07:07] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 4: (Re)Introduction of Network Coding Resea
[21:07:11] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 5: Motivation
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[21:17:10] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 6: Some Open Research Areas
[21:17:38] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 7: Areas for Standardization
[21:18:41] <badamson> If you go to http://tools.ietf.org/agenda/88/ and click on the "speaker" icon for the nwcrg meeting, it is a link to the live audio stream
[21:20:12] <Morten V. Pedersen> meetecho also works great: http://www.meetecho.com/ietf88/nwcrg
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[21:23:25] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 3: Some reliable multicast history …
[21:23:35] <Tobia Castaldi> Current presenter: Brian
[21:23:35] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 3: Some reliable multicast history …
[21:26:22] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 4: RMRG Activities
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[21:28:54] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 5: RMT Building Block Approach
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[21:34:24] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 6: RMT Standards Track Protocols
[21:34:36] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 7: Separable Protocol Aspects
[21:36:41] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 8: Case study: FEC Building Blocks
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[21:37:17] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 10: FecFrame Working Group
[21:39:23] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 12: Intellectual Property Rights
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[21:43:46] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 13: Some lessons learned
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[21:44:53] <Frank Fitzek> can he use the mic
[21:45:00] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 1: Not so random RLC AL-FEC codes
[21:45:13] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 4: Motivations
[21:45:18] <Morten V. Pedersen> Audio is very low
[21:45:22] <Frank Fitzek> NO AUDIO
[21:45:54] <Frank Fitzek> he switched off the mic
[21:46:07] <badamson> it's on now.  is it OK?
[21:46:10] <Morten V. Pedersen> Works :)
[21:46:49] <Frank Fitzek> yes
[21:47:25] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 5: Goals of this work
[21:48:30] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 6: Goals of this work… (cont’)
[21:51:24] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 7: Goals of this work… (cont’)
[21:51:29] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 9: Experimental results of this presentatio
[21:52:41] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 10: Idea 1: mix binary and non-binary
[21:53:58] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 11: Idea 1: mix bin and non-bin… (cont’)
[21:54:13] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 12: Idea 1: mix bin and non-bin… (cont’)
[21:54:58] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 13: On the usefulness of non-bin columns
[21:55:16] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 14: On the usefulness of non-bin cols… (co
[21:55:36] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 15: Idea 2: add a structure
[21:56:28] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 16: Idea 2: add a structure… (cont’)
[21:57:09] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 17: On the usefulness of heavy repair symbol
[21:57:52] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 18: On the usefulness of heavy repair… (co
[22:00:29] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 22: Two close-ups
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[22:00:49] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 23: Conclusions and Future Works
[22:01:59] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 7: Goals of this work… (cont’)
[22:03:15] <Tobia Castaldi> Slide 2: Note well
[22:05:10] <Frank Fitzek> They just do end to end (no recoding) . middlebox is end point
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[22:06:03] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 1: Network Coding in ICNs IRTF, Nov 2013
[22:06:21] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 2: Named Content Networks (NCN)
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[22:07:40] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 3: Content-Centric Networks (CCN)
[22:07:54] <Paolo Saviano> Current presenter: M.Gerla
[22:07:55] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 3: Content-Centric Networks (CCN)
[22:09:06] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 4: Named content retrieval in MANETs
[22:10:15] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 5: Data discovery and interest propagation
[22:11:09] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 6: Multisource data retrieval
[22:11:10] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 7: Data retrieval with Network Coding
[22:11:11] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 6: Multisource data retrieval
[22:12:03] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 7: Data retrieval with Network Coding
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[22:12:35] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 8: Three Coding options
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[22:14:58] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 9: Why Cache coding
[22:15:00] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 10: Simulation Experiments
[22:15:14] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 11: Static Scenario - Corridor Model
[22:16:31] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 12: Corridor scenario – Files Delivered wi
[22:16:33] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 13: ICEMAN (Information CEntric Mobile Ad-ho
[22:17:08] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 14: ICEMAN Demo June 2013
[22:17:09] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 15: ICEMAN Demo (cont)
[22:17:46] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 16: DEMO Experiment
[22:17:53] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 17: 10 node Test bed results
[22:18:15] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 18: Conclusions
[22:19:10] <Frank Fitzek> applause for Mario
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[22:22:23] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 3: LT-TCP: History
[22:22:33] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 4: TCP under Lossy Conditions
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[22:23:54] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 5: How to Fix TCP ?
[22:23:56] <Tobia Castaldi> for remote participants: a Meetecho session is available at http://www.meetecho.com/ietf88/nwcrg
[22:24:22] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 6: Key Considerations for Robust Transport
[22:25:36] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 5: How to Fix TCP ?
[22:27:00] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 6: Key Considerations for Robust Transport
[22:27:02] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 7: Related Work
[22:27:52] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 8: LT-TCP: Proactive and Reactive FEC
[22:28:11] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 9: LT-TCP Sender Block Diagram
[22:28:18] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 10: LT-TCP Testbed
[22:28:29] <Morten V. Pedersen> Was the coding scheme used Reed-Solomon?
[22:28:44] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 11: Performance Comparison Description
[22:28:47] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 12: NORM Details
[22:28:56] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 13: Performance under Correlated Losses
[22:29:01] <Nathan Hourt> Yes, LT-TCP uses Reed-Solomon coding.
[22:29:26] <Morten V. Pedersen> Ok, thanks.
[22:29:57] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 14: SATCOM Configuration Testbed
[22:30:03] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 15: Performance under Long Delays
[22:30:33] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 16: Summary and Directions
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[22:32:26] <Morten V. Pedersen> Question: How is low bit-rate or short lived flows handled? I.e. if there is not enough data to fill a Reed-Solomon block for a given amount of time?
[22:34:18] <Roop G> We have not yet tested with low-rate sending. We do have an MSS adaptation mechanism that allows for creation of smaller segments to code over, as well as adjustable block size.
[22:35:11] <Frank Fitzek> sounds like sliding window would help
[22:36:00] <Morten V. Pedersen> Ok makes sense, would be interesting to see results for the low bit-rate flows (what is MSS?)
[22:36:31] <Nathan Hourt> MSS == Maximum Segment Size
[22:36:44] <Morten V. Pedersen> Thanks
[22:37:22] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 1: Multi-source Network Error Correction
[22:37:45] <Paolo Saviano> Current presenter: Tracey Ho
[22:37:47] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 1: Multi-source Network Error Correction
[22:38:15] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 2: Background: Network error correction cod
[22:39:18] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 3: Background: Network error correction cod
[22:40:40] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 4: Multiple-source multicast
[22:41:10] <Roop G> Yes it is. We are curious about that too
[22:41:21] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 5: Multiple-source multicast
[22:41:40] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 6: Multiple-source multicast
[22:44:27] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 7: Capacity region
[22:46:24] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 8: Robust distributed download
[22:46:56] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 6: Multiple-source multicast
[22:47:05] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 9: Multi-source Reed Solomon code
[22:47:11] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 8: Robust distributed download
[22:48:32] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 9: Multi-source Reed Solomon code
[22:50:15] <Paolo Saviano> Slide 10: Thank You!
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[22:50:57] <Morten V. Pedersen> Will there by audio for the new room?
[22:51:04] <Josu Bilbao> Do we have the chance to connect remotely?
[22:51:20] <Frank Fitzek> Thanks for sharing
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[23:02:00] <Josu Bilbao> victor, are we going to have audio for the next meeting in the other room?
[23:02:19] <Morten V. Pedersen> I'm not sure anybody is monitoring the chat :)
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[23:04:51] <Tobia Castaldi> bye everybody
[23:04:54] <Tobia Castaldi> this session is over
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[23:05:13] <CedricAdjih> thank you!
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[23:05:37] <Tobia Castaldi> the recording of this session will be available at http://www.ietf.org/meeting/88/remote-participation.html#Meetecho
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