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2018

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Said El-Busaidy, Bernd Baumann, Marcus Wolff und Lars Duggen
Photoacoustics Modelling using Amplitude Mode Expansion Method in a Multiscale T-cell Resonator
COMSOL Conference 2018
Lausanne
October, 22. - 24. 2018
COMSOL Inc. (Hrsg.)
akzeptiert

Marker: TI-MP

Technische Berichte:

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Cenk Gündogan, Peter Kietzmann, Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
ICNLoWPAN -- Named-Data Networking in Low Power IoT Networks
Technical Report
Dokument Nummer: arXiv:1812.07025
Open Archive: arXiv.org,
Dezember 2018

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: Information Centric Networking is considered a promising communication technology for the constrained IoT, but NDN was designed only for standard network infrastructure. In this paper, we design and evaluate an NDN convergence layer for low power lossy links that (1) augments the NDN stateful forwarding with a highly efficient name eliding, (2) devises stateless compression schemes for standard NDN use cases, (3) adapts NDN packets to the small MTU size of IEEE 802.15.4, and (4) generates compatibility with 6LoWPAN so that IPv6 and NDN can coexist on the same LoWPAN links. Our findings indicate that stateful compression can reduce the size of NDN data packets by more than 70~% in realistic examples. Our experiments show that for common use cases ICNLoWPAN saves 33~% of transmission resources over NDN, and about 20~% over 6LoWPAN.

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Cenk Gündogan, Thomas C. Schmidt, Matthias Wählisch, Christopher Scherb, Claudio Marxer und Christian Tschudin
ICN Adaptation to LowPAN Networks (ICN LoWPAN)
IRTF Internet Draft -- work in progress
Dokument Nummer: 01
IRTF,
November 2018

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: In this document, a convergence layer for CCNx and NDN over IEEE 802.15.4 LoWPAN networks is defined. A new frame format is specified to adapt CCNx and NDN packets to the small MTU size of IEEE 802.15.4. For that, syntactic and semantic changes to the TLV-based header formats are described. To support compatibility with other LoWPAN technologies that may coexist on a wireless medium, the dispatching scheme provided by 6LoWPAN is extended to include new dispatch types for CCNx and NDN. Additionally, the link fragmentation component of the 6LoWPAN dispatching framework is applied to ICN chunks. In its second part, the document defines stateless and stateful compression schemes to improve efficiency on constrained links. Stateless compression reduces TLV expressions to static header fields for common use cases. Stateful compression schemes elide state local to the LoWPAN and replace names in data packets by short local identifiers.

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Michael Frey, Cenk Gündogan, Peter Kietzmann, Martine Lenders, Hauke Petersen, Thomas C. Schmidt, Felix Shzu-Juraschek und Matthias Wählisch
Security for the Industrial IoT: The Case for Information-Centric Networking
Technical Report
Dokument Nummer: arXiv:1810.04645
Open Archive: arXiv.org,
Oktober 2018

Marker: TI-I

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Cenk Gündogan, Peter Kietzmann, Martine Lenders, Hauke Petersen, Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
NDN, CoAP, and MQTT: A Comparative Measurement Study in the IoT
Technical Report
Dokument Nummer: arXiv:1806.01444
Open Archive: arXiv.org,
Juni 2018

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: This paper takes a comprehensive view on the protocol stacks that are under debate for a future Internet of Things (IoT). It addresses the holistic question of which solution is beneficial for common IoT use cases. We deploy NDN and the two popular IP-based application protocols, CoAP and MQTT, in its different variants on a large-scale IoT testbed in single- and multi-hop scenarios. We analyze the use cases of scheduled periodic and unscheduled traffic under varying loads. Our findings indicate that (a) NDN admits the most resource-friendly deployment on nodes, and (b) shows superior robustness and resilience in multi-hop scenarios, while (c) the IP protocols operate at less overhead and higher speed in single-hop deployments. Most strikingly we find that NDN-based protocols are in significantly better flow balance than the UDP-based IP protocols and require less corrective actions

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Cenk Gündogan, Peter Kietzmann, Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
HoPP: Robust and Resilient Publish-Subscribe for an Information-Centric Internet of Things
Technical Report
Dokument Nummer: arXiv:1801.03890
Open Archive: arXiv.org,
Mai 2018

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: This paper revisits NDN deployment in the IoT with a special focus on the interaction of sensors and actuators. Such scenarios require high responsiveness and limited control state at the constrained nodes. We argue that the NDN request-response pattern which prevents data push is vital for IoT networks. We contribute HoP-and-Pull (HoPP), a robust publish-subscribe scheme for typical IoT scenarios that targets IoT networks consisting of hundreds of resource constrained devices at intermittent connectivity. Our approach limits the FIB tables to a minimum and naturally supports mobility, temporary network partitioning, data aggregation and near real-time reactivity. We experimentally evaluate the protocol in a real-world deployment using the IoT-Lab testbed with varying numbers of constrained devices, each wirelessly interconnected via IEEE 802.15.4 LowPANs. Implementations are built on CCN-lite with RIOT and support experiments using various single- and multi-hop scenarios.

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Martine Lenders, Peter Kietzmann, Oliver Hahm, Hauke Petersen, Cenk Gündogan, Emmanuel Baccelli, Kaspar Schleiser, Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
Connecting the World of Embedded Mobiles: The RIOT Approach to Ubiquitous Networking for the Internet of Things
Technical Report
Dokument Nummer: arXiv:1801.02833
Open Archive: arXiv.org,
Januar 2018

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly evolving based on low-power compliant protocol standards that extend the Internet into the embedded world. Pioneering implementations have proven it is feasible to inter-network very constrained devices, but had to rely on peculiar cross-layered designs and offer a minimalistic set of features. In the long run, however, professional use and massive deployment of IoT devices require full-featured, cleanly composed, and flexible network stacks. This paper introduces the networking architecture that turns RIOT into a powerful IoT system, to enable low-power wireless scenarios. RIOT networking offers (i) a modular architecture with generic interfaces for plugging in drivers, protocols, or entire stacks, (ii) support for multiple heterogeneous interfaces and stacks that can concurrently operate, and (iii) GNRC, its cleanly layered, recursively composed default network stack. We contribute an in-depth analysis of the communication performance and resource efficiency of RIOT, both on a micro-benchmarking level as well as by comparing IoT communication across different platforms. Our findings show that, though it is based on significantly different design trade-offs, the networking subsystem of RIOT achieves a performance equivalent to that of Contiki and TinyOS, the two operating systems which pioneered IoT software platforms.

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Said El-Busaidy, Bernd Baumann, Marcus Wolff und Lars Duggen
Photoacoustic Modeling Using Amplitude Mode Expansion Method in a Multi-Scale T-cell Resonator
Oktober 2018

Marker: TI-MP

Konferenz-/Workshop-/Podiumsdiskussionsbeiträge, Ausstellungs-/Modenschaubeteiligungen:

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T. Held, R. Rettig, M. Wegner, J. Oltrogge und S. Edelhoff
Electric Vehicles at Public Organisations in Hamburg (HICL 2018)
Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (Hrsg.)
13 September 2018

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R. Rettig, M. Wegner, T. Wenzel und C. Schöne
Urban Mobility Lab: Versuchsfahrzeug für autonomes Fahren, Datenlogger, akustische Messtechnik
Brand-Academy/Handelskammer Hamburg (Hrsg.)
16 August 2018

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