Jiangtao Luo

Jiangtao Luo
Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications · Electronic Information & Networking Institute

PhD

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Introduction
Future network architecture, 5G-Satellite Integration
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June 2004 - present
Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications
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  • Head of Faculty

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Publications (98)
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Cross-domain sentiment analysis aims to use source domain resources or models to serve the sentiment analysis tasks in the target domain, and it can effectively alleviate the problem of insufficient tagged data in the target domain. In this paper, we investigate deep transfer learning for text sentiment analysis, and focus on customer reviews for d...
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In this communication, a broadband SIW-fed circularly polarized (CP) cross-dipole antenna is proposed for millimeter wave (MMW) applications. Its radiation parts consist of a cross-dipole and reflecting ground, which are etched on two substrates respectively. The antenna is fed by a substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) through a double-sided parall...
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In this letter, a planar double-helix antenna with circular polarization is proposed for millimeter-wave (MMW) applications. The double helical strips are printed on the two opposite surfaces of the substrate in a 180o rotational symmetry and connected by metalized via-holes. The circularly polarized (CP) wave is achieved by the currents along stri...
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Player detection is the basis of intelligent analysis of basketball events. Due to the complexity of basketball sports, such as fast player movement and serious occlusion of players, existing object detection techniques cannot afford to achieve accurate detection. To address this issue, an object detection algorithm of basketball player is proposed...
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Vehicular named data networking (V-NDN) is a network architecture that combines named data networking (NDN) and vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). Due to the high-speed mobility of the on-board unit (OBU) in V-NDNs, topological changes may cause the problem of reverse path breaking for data packets, thus impacting the communication quality of serv...
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Named data networking(NDN) is one representation and implementation of information-centric networking(ICN) and is considered to be among the most promising designs for the next generation of network architecture. The introduction of NDN into vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs) and utilization of its content-centric characteristic to improve data tra...
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Interest flooding attacks (IFAs) are widely regarded as being among the most harmful security risks in named data networking (NDN). Through an IFA, the attacker injects numerous Interest packets into a network to drain network resources such as bandwidth, caching capacity, and computational capacity, which can seriously affect the normal data conte...
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The Underwater acoustic sensor network (UASN) is a specific deployment of Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology in underwater environment, since energy constraints limit the lifetime of underwater acoustic sensor networks (UASNs), effectively balancing the energy consumption of acoustic sensor nodes in UASNs is important to maximize the amount of inf...
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With the rapid development of e-commerce, online consumption has become a mainstream form of consumption in recent years. Text sentiment analysis for a large number of customer reviews on the e-commerce platform can dramatically improve the customers’ consumption experience. Although the sentiment analysis approaches based on deep neural network ca...
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Scalable High Efficiency Video Coding (SHVC) is the extension of High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). In intra prediction for quality SHVC, a Coding Unit (CU) is recursively divided into a quadtree-based structure from the largest 64×64 CU to the smallest 8×8 CU, in which 35 intra prediction modes and Inter-Layer Reference (ILR) mode are checked to...
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Virtual reality (VR) is commonly regarded as one of 5G killer-applications. Transmission efficiency and quality of experience (QoE) are the most concerning issues for VR video streaming in 5G networks. Several multicast approaches were proposed to address these issues regardless of variance of personal viewports. In this paper, we explore a novel s...
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Named data networking (NDN) is an emerging network architecture for serving content-centric applications, which are intended to support diverse services that require various quality of service (QoS) levels. In this paper, an algorithm based on ant colony optimisation—the so-called service-differentiated QoS routing algorithm (SDQR)—is proposed for...
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Wireless networks have experienced fast development in the past decades. Various advancing wireless technologies have been proposed. To catch up with the ever-increasing diverse communication needs, cloud-radio access networks (C-RAN), which decouples the baseband processing unit (BBU) from the remote radio head (RRH), has been proposed. On the oth...
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Uploading Virtual Reality (VR) video over cellular networks is expected to boom in near future, as general consumers could generate high-quality VR videos with portable 360-degree cameras and are willing to share with others. Consequently, concerns of uplink bandwidth and delay arose for current popular technology of tile-based VR video streaming,...
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To promote data caching efficiency, caching space utilization, and data content searching speed of the content store (CS) unit in named data networking (NDN) routers, a sum-up Bloom-filter-based request node collaboration caching (BRCC) approach is proposed in this paper. BRCC realizes different forms of caching for different types of data content....
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Virtual reality (VR) is emerging as one of key applications in future fifth-generation (5G)networks. Uploading VR video in 5G network is expected to boom in near future, as generalconsumers could generate high-quality VR videos with portable 360-degree cameras and arewilling to share with others. Heterogeneous networks integrating with 5G cloud-rad...
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The emergence of edge computing has witnessed a fast growing volume of data on edge devices belonging to different stakeholders which, however, cannot be shared among them due to lack of trust. By exploiting blockchain's non-repudiation and non-tampering properties that enable trust, we develop a blockchain-based big data sharing framework to suppo...
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The fast development of mobile computing has raised ever-increasing diverse communication needs in wireless networks. To catch up with such needs, cloud-radio access networks (CRAN) is proposed to enable efficient radio resource sharing and management. At the same time, the massive deployment of radio access networks has caused huge energy consumpt...
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Data centers are widely used for big data analytics, which often involve data-parallel jobs, including query and web service. Meanwhile, cluster frameworks are rapidly developed for application management in data center networks (DCNs). To promote the performance of these frameworks, many efforts have been paid to improve scheduling strategies and...
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Underwater acoustic sensor networks (UASNs) are used extensively in activities such as underwater data collection and water pollution detection. A UASN consists of acoustic sensors that use batteries as their power supply. Because of the complex underwater environments in which UASNs are employed, replacing these batteries is difficult. Prolonging...
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Supporting diverse Quality of Service (QoS) performance for data flows generated by multimedia applications has been a challenging issue in Software Defined Network (SDN). However, the current available QoS provision mechanisms proposed for SDN have not fully considered the heterogeneity and performance diversity for multimedia data flows. To this...
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User online shopping preference mining is the key point on user found, e-commerce marketing and user personalized recommendation. A method for Online shopping preference analysis based on MapReduce is proposed in this paper. The campus network traffic is analyzed using MapReduce model, in which the features of user online shopping behavior are extr...
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Named Data Networking (NDN) is regarded as one of the promising architectures of future Internet, in which every packet has a name and packet forwarding is based on lookup of name other than IP address. Scalable fast packet forwarding is always a challenge in NDN. In this letter, a MPLS-like label switching mechanism is proposed, called Name Label...
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P2P traffic identification is an important issue of internet traffic analysis, and machine learning is a viable approach to address it. However, compared to ensemble learning methods, traditional methods and simple machine learning methods appear to be slightly limited in improving performance. In this paper, Random Forests and feature weighted Nai...
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Internet traffic is experiencing an explosive growth, and online shopping is one of the significant drivers. However, alert network operators, unwilling to be dumb pipes, are making every effort to mine mass traffic with the help of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) which is regarded as a big challenge especially for massive data when traditional method...
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Online monitoring of population traffic within a certain region plays a significant role in modern city administration and public security, and it is also a difficult task to fulfil using traditional methods. In this paper, a system is reported, which has realized fast estimation of snapshot population and residence time distribution within a certa...
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This paper mainly introduces the design and implementation of the bulk-call simulation based on IMS. Test the performance of the IMS web server by using simulation IMS UE launching massive calls for business against IMS network and statistical call telephone. Through changing the call module to the host and separating the main called subscriber by...
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This paper introduces the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and its terminal application. It develops a software system of the IMS intelligent terminal based on Windows Mobile. The paper also introduces the development environment and the overall structure of the IMS terminal and describes the main thread. It presents the complete process of the Intern...
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Due to current market of IMS business development needs, this paper designs and realizes the IMS terminal voice calls based on Symbian platform. The paper gives an IMS terminal overall design outline, and expounds the implementing steps of voice calls module. The test shows that the software can be reliable operation, good efficacy and code for the...
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In this paper, the service model and implementing principles for PRESENCE service were firstly elaborated for IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network. Then, based on the open source software projects, an experimental platform of IMS PRESENCE service was set up, including an IMS core network and a PRESENCE server. Practice testing results demonstrated...
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IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is mostly regarded as the core architecture of the next generation network. And the mobile video call service based on IMS network is almost sure to be one of the most important applications beyond the rd generation mobile communication. This paper focuses on design and implementation of IMS video call based on Windows...
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Checking the great generator's vibration online is difficult because of its strong electric and magnetic field so it needs had better no metal in the sensor. We introduce a method of measuring vibration by using FBG and demodulating it by blazed grating and it doesn't use any metal. We present the design method and the theory of demodulation. The r...
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Hybrid waveband/wavelength switching in intelligent optical networks is gaining more and more academic attention. It is very challenging to develop efficient algorithms to efficiently use waveband switching capability. In this paper, we propose a novel cross-layer routing algorithm, waveband layered graph routing algorithm (WBLGR), in waveband swit...
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Performances of different TCP implementations deployed in OBSN under dynamic competing traffic were compared. The elapsed time taken to transfer a fix-sized file was selected as the metric. In addition, the internal mechanisms of burst drops and cause for performance differences were in detail investigated. It is shown that TCP SACK performs best.
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In this paper, we propose a novel improved architecture of Optical Burst-Switched Networks, called Reliable Optical Burst Switching (ROBS), which introduces congestion control and retransmission mechanisms of TCP to OBS layer. Design issues of edge and core nodes for ROBS networks are both demonstrated. Part of its function has been implemented on...
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In this paper, we propose a novel modified architecture of Optical Burst-Switched Networks, called Reliable Optical Burst Switching (ROBS), which introduces congestion control and retransmission mechanisms of TCP to OBS layer. Design scheme of edge and core nodes for ROBS are both demonstrated. Part of the ROBS function has been implemented on ns-2...
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Utilizing optical technologies for the design of packet switches and routers offers several advantages in terms of scalability, high bandwidth, power consumption, and cost. However, the configuration delays of optical crossbars are much longer than that of the electronic counterpart, which makes the conventional slot-by-slot scheduling methods no l...
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Waveband switching routing is a new problem for research community. It is has some different with the routing of wavelength assign problem. In this paper, we propose a new ideal for agent based Waveband switching network construction. Primary simulation shows that in this way complexity of virtual network topology and blocking probability reduced.
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In OBS, JET (Just-Enough-Time) is the classical wavelength reservation scheme. But there is a phenomenon that the burst priority decreasing hop-by-hop in multi-hop networks that will waste the bandwidth that was used in the upstream. Based on the HPI (Hop-by-hop Priority Increasing) proposed in the former research, this paper will do an unprecedent...
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Giving a new method to tuning a fiber Bragg grating into a chirped grating using a gradient curvature beam. Stick a FBG to an "S" shape beam with one end free and another give a pull. The curvature of the beam would change and the FBG get gradient strain. Thus we get the chirped grating while the central wavelength doesn't change. The design method...
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A novel waveband switching node architecture is proposed using tunable optic filters for arbitrary waveband add/drop. The simulation results show this new architecture achieves lower blocking probability and reduce the scale of ports at switch fabric.
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Recently, performance evaluation of TCP over Optical Burst-switched Network (OBSN) has drawn more and more attention, but previous work mainly focused on single TCP flow or static traffic model. In this paper, performances of different TCP implementations deployed in OBSN under dynamic competing traffic are investigated.
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This paper introduces a new kind of node, namely, RPR-X node, to interconnect multiple Resilient Packet Rings (RPR). To achieve packets cross transmission among RPR sub-networks, and at the same time to guarantee the cross forwarding algorithm to be compatible with the standard forwarding procedure, this paper presents the extended definitions of s...
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In the IEEE 802.17 standard, bridging is suggested to connect multiple resilient packet rings (RPRs). However, the inherent bridging technology may not be a feasible solution because too many resources and too much overhead would be occupied or needed to transmit packets across multiple RPR networks. Therefore, extended definitions of a standard RP...
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Recently, TCP performance over Optical Burst-Switched Networks (OBSN) has drawn more and more attention, but most of previous work were based on small linear network under static traffic, which was much different from the real condition. In this paper, a more realistic OBSN model was set up and dynamic TCP performance over it was investigated with...
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In this paper, a traffic-grooming problem for multi-granularity traffic of SDH/SONET in WDM grooming mesh networks is investigated. Our objective is to improve the throughput of SDH/SONET WDM mesh networks. We propose a heuristics algorithm to solve this problem. The performances of this traffic grooming heuristics algorithm are evaluated in WDM gr...
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A novel, simple and controllable bandwidth allocation scheme, called bandwidth on Demand (BoD), is proposed for optical burst-switched networks in this paper. It assures every service class to consume bandwidth no more than its granted percentage by examining the bandwidth usage of each class every time when assigning wavelengths to bursts. The bur...
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In this paper, we propose a novel modified architecture of Optical Burst-Switched Networks, called Reliable Optical Burst Switching (ROBS), which introduces congestion control and retransmission mechanisms of TCP to OBS layer. Design scheme of edge and core nodes for ROBS are both demonstrated. Part of the ROBS function has been implemented on ns-2...
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Utilizing optical technologies for the design of packet switches and routers offers several advantages in terms of scal-ability, high bandwidth, power consumption, and cost. However, the configuration delays of optical crossbars are much longer than that of electronic counterpart, which makes the conventional slot-by-slot scheduling methods no long...
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Based on the scenario that the number of wavelengths may be fixed by upgrading the WDM metro ring networks, this paper proposes a new WDM slotted-ring architecture with nodes equipped with one fixed transmitter and a set of fixed receivers. A detailed design and analysis of node architecture and MAC protocol, which aims at achieving fairness among...
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The changes of self-similar traffic through an optical burst-switched network were completely investigated for the first time. The results showed that the burst assembly/disassembly can change neither the self-similar nature of the traffic, nor the degree of self-similarity; they just change its short time-scale behaviors.
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This paper proposes two new switch architectures that are more flexible and cost effective than the methods introduced in the literatures. For a given packet loss probability requirement, the results demonstrate that (1) for non-bursty traffic, non-degenerate form of Fiber Delay-Lines (FDLs) is the most cost effective solution; (2) for bursty traff...
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Based on the scenario that the number of wavelengths may be fixed by upgrading the WDM metro ring networks, this paper proposes a novel WDM slotted-ring architecture with nodes employing one fixed transmitter and a set of fixed receivers. It presents a detailed design and analysis of node architecture and MAC protocol, which aim at guaranteeing fai...
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In IEEE 802.17 draft standard, bridging technique is suggested to connect multiple resilient packet rings (RPRs). However, we demonstrate that bridging technology may not be a feasible solution because too much of resources and overhead would be occupied or needed to transmit packets across multiple RPR sub-networks. To construct interconnected RPR...