Bian Simeng

Bian Simeng
ShanghaiTech University · School of Science and Technology

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17 Research Items
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Publications (17)
Article
For NFV systems, the key design space includes the function chaining for network requests and the resource scheduling for servers. The problem is challenging since NFV systems usually require multiple (often conflicting) design objectives and the computational efficiency of real-time decision making with limited information. Furthermore, the benefi...
Article
For systems that are based on network function virtualization (NFV), it remains a key challenge to conduct effective service chain composition with the lowest request latency and the minimum network congestion. In such an NFV system, users are usually non-cooperative, i.e., they compete with each other to optimize their own benefits. However, exi...
Article
For software-defined networking (SDN) systems, to enhance the scalability and reliability of control plane, existing solutions adopt either multi-controller design with static switch-controller association, or static control devolution by delegating certain request processing back to switches. Such solutions can fall short in face of temporal varia...
Preprint
For state-of-the-art network function virtualization (NFV) systems, it remains a key challenge to conduct effective service chain composition for different network services (NSs) with ultra-low request latencies and minimum network congestion. To this end, existing solutions often require full knowledge of the network state, while ignoring the priv...
Preprint
In multi-tiered fog computing systems, to accelerate the processing of computation-intensive tasks for real-time IoT applications, resource-limited IoT devices can offload part of their workloads to nearby fog nodes, %with greater computation capacities, whereafter such workloads may be offloaded to upper-tier fog nodes with greater computation cap...
Preprint
In fog computing systems, one key challenge is online task scheduling, i.e., to decide the resource allocation for tasks that are continuously generated from end devices. The design is challenging because of various uncertainties manifested in fog computing systems; e.g., tasks' resource demands remain unknown before their actual arrivals. Recent w...
Preprint
For software-defined networking (SDN) systems, to enhance the scalability and reliability of control plane, existing solutions adopt either multi-controller design with static switch-controller associations, or static control devolution by delegating certain request processing back to switches. Such solutions can fall short in face of temporal vari...
Preprint
For NFV systems, the key design space includes the function chaining for network requests and resource scheduling for servers. The problem is challenging since NFV systems usually require multiple (often conflicting) design objectives and the computational efficiency of real-time decision making with limited information. Furthermore, the benefits o...
Article
In multi-tiered fog computing systems, to accelerate the processing of computation-intensive tasks for real-time IoT applications, resource-limited IoT devices can offload part of their workloads to nearby fog nodes, whereafter such workloads may be offloaded to upper-tier fog nodes with greater computation capacities. Such hierarchical offloading,...
Conference Paper
In software-defined networking (SDN) systems, the scalability and reliability of the control plane still remain as major concerns. Existing solutions adopt either multi-controller designs or control devolution back to the data plane. The former requires a flexible yet efficient switch-controller association mechanism to adapt to workload changes an...
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In software-defined networking (SDN), as data plane scale expands, scalability and reliability of the control plane has become major concerns. To mitigate such concerns, two kinds of solutions have been proposed separately. One is multi-controller architecture, i.e., a logically centralized control plane with physically distributed controllers. The...

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