Hemin Yang

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As software-defined networking (SDN) grows beyond its original aim to simply separate the control and data network planes, it becomes useful both financially and analytically to provide adequate mechanisms for simulating this new paradigm. A number of simulation/emulation tools for modeling SDN, such as Mininet, are already available. A new, novel framework(More)
Hemin Yang, Ruipeng Gao, Anpeng Huang 2 and Linzhen Xie State Key Lab of Advanced Optical Communication Systems and Networks, Peking University, Beijing, China PKU-UCLA Joint Research Institute, Peking University, Beijing, China {yhm11, hapku}@pku.edu.cn Abstract—In OFDM-based mobile networks, the full-cell coverage of SCI (System-level Control Information)(More)
As software-defined networking (SDN) grows beyond its original aim to simply separate the control and data network planes, it becomes useful both financially and analytically to provide adequate mechanisms for simulating this new paradigm. A number of simulation/emulation tools for modeling SDN, such as Mininet and ns-3, are already available. However, none(More)
Software Defined Network (SDN) is an emerging networking paradigm which separates the control plane from the data forwarding plane. The centralized controller provides the global view of the distributed network states for user applications. However, the scalability of SDN is subject to the delay, the capacity of the controller, the bandwidth of the control(More)
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