Shreyasee Mukherjee

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The prevalence of mobile devices especially smartphones has attracted research on mobile content delivery techniques. In this paper, we propose to take advantage of the storage available at wireless access points to bring content closer to mobile devices, hence improving the downloading performance. Specifically, we propose to have a separate popularity(More)
This paper presents a novel network-assisted technique for enabling multihoming in the MobilityFirst Future Internet Architecture. The MobilityFirst architecture, a clean slate approach towards supporting the requirements of mobile nodes in the Internet, provides a name-based packet delivery mechanism which splits the role of IP addresses into two(More)
Vehicular networking, both vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), is an increasingly important usage scenario for future mobile Internet services. Radio technologies such as 3G/4G and WAVE/802.11p now enable vehicles to communicate with each other and connect to the Internet, but there is still the lack of a unifying network protocol(More)
This paper presents a technique for enabling multihoming in the emerging heterogeneous (“hetnet”) mobile wireless access scenarios, where mobile devices have dual wireless interfaces (such as Wi-Fi and LTE) and can use either or both to achieve significant improvements in performance and service quality. A novel network-assisted technique for multihoming is(More)
With the increasing interest in connected vehicles, it is useful to evaluate the capability of delivering large content over a WiFi infrastructure to vehicles. The throughput achieved over WiFi channels can be highly variable and also rapidly degrades as the distance from the access point increases. While this behavior is well understood at the data link(More)
This paper presents a new abstraction called "Named-Objects" for enabling flexible and advanced mobility services in the future Internet. The concept of named-objects falls under the broad category of "information centric networks (ICN)" and is based on the assignment of a globally unique identifier to all Internet attached objects while separating this(More)
This paper discusses the design challenges associated with supporting advanced mobility services in the future Internet. The recent transition of the Internet from the fixed host-server model to one in which mobile platforms are the norm motivates a next-generation protocol architecture which provides integrated and efficient support for advanced mobility(More)
This work describes a clean-slate inter-domain routing protocol designed to meet the needs of the future mobile Internet. In particular, we describe the edge-aware inter-domain routing (EIR) protocol which provides new abstractions of aggregated-nodes (aNodes) and virtual-links (vLinks) for expressing network topologies and edge network properties necessary(More)
Future Internet projects such as MobilityFirst and Named Data Networking have proposed novel mechanisms to replace the Internet Protocol to better support content delivery and mobility. However, the problem of efficient data transfer across the network core has not been adequately investigated. We tackle the challenge of inter-domain cut-through switching(More)
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