Pablo Salva

Pablo Salva
University of the West of Scotland | UWS · School of Engineering and Computing

Research Assistant at the University of the West of Scotland

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Introduction
Pablo Salva-Garcia is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of the West of Scotland, UK, where he got his PhD. His main interests include Network Management, Cognitive Control Plane, Quality of Service in Network Traffic Control, Software-Data Paths, Software-Defined Networks in Cloud Computing, Video Delivery in Mobile Edge Computing and 5G networks.

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Publications (17)
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Next-generation networks are expected to combine advanced physical and digital technologies in super-high-speed connected system infrastructures, gaining critical operation competitiveness of improved efficiency, productivity and quality of services. Towards a fully digital and connected world, these platforms will enable infrastructure virtualizat...
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The Fifth Generation (5G) mobile networking coupled with Internet of Things (IoT) can provide innovative solutions for a wide range of uses cases. The flexibility of virtualized, softwarized and multi-tenant infrastructures and the high performance promised by 5G technology are key to cope with the deployment of the IoT use cases demanded by variou...
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https://www.comsoc.org/publications/ctn/5g-can-shape-mission-critical-healthcare-services Seamless connectivity for patients, first responders and health care professionals including medical centres is becoming an important aspect of the quality of emergency medical care. 5G networks and related technologies can significantly improve “care on the g...
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Network management have posed ever-increasing complexity with the evolution of virtualized and softwarized mobile networking paradigm, demanding advanced network visualization and automation technologies to address this significant paradigm shift. This paper provides a novel holographic immersive network management interface that extends the standa...
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The increasing popularity of video applications and ever-growing high-quality video transmissions (e.g. 4K resolutions), has encouraged other sectors to explore the growth of opportunities. In the case of health sector, mobile Health services are becoming increasingly relevant in real-time emergency video communication scenarios where a remote medi...
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The new Fifth-Generation (5G) mobile networks entail next-generation network management solutions to manage both physical and virtual network infrastructures and services. The challenge is to effectively manage the increased complexity due to virtualization and softwarization, whilst attempting to reduce the operational costs for 5G operators. This...
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There is a lack of effective security solutions that autonomously, without any human intervention, detect and mitigate DDoS cyber-attacks. The lack is exacerbated when the network to be protected is a 5G mobile network. 5G networks push multi-tenancy to the edge of the network. Both the 5G user mobility and multi-tenancy are challenges to be addres...
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Provisioning of network slices with appropriate Quality of Experience (QoE) guarantees is one of the key enablers for 5G networks. However, it poses several challenges in the slice management that need to be addressed to achieve an efficient end-to-end (E2E) services delivery. These challenges, among others, include the estimation of QoE Key Perfor...
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Internet of Things (IoT) is a key business driver for the upcoming fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks, which in turn will enable numerous innovative IoT applications such as smart city, mobile health, and other massive IoT use cases being defined in 5G standards. To truly unlock the hidden value of such mission-critical IoT applications in a lar...
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The Fifth-Generation (5G) networks, as the emerging next generation mobile networks, are adopting softwarization and virtualization technologies as the cornerstones for the network operators to gain significant competitive advantages by reducing both capital and operational expenditure, enabling agile and flexible service creation and deployment, a...
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Traffic on future fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks is predicted to be dominated by challenging video applications such as mobile broadcasting, remote surgery and augmented reality, demanding real-time, and ultra-high quality delivery. Two of the main expectations of 5G networks are that they will be able to handle ultra-high-definition (UHD) v...
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Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) video applications such as streaming are envisioned as a main driver for the emerging Fifth Generation (5G) mobile networks being developed worldwide. This paper focuses on addressing a major technical challenge in meeting UHD users' growing expectation for continuous high-quality video delivery in 5G hotspots where cong...

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End-to-End Cognitive Network Slicing and Slice Management Framework in Virtualised Multi-Domain, Multi-Tenant 5G Networks (https://slicenet.eu), supported by the European Commission as part of the H2020 5G PPP (https://5g-ppp.eu)