VU Thuong Van

PhD graduated
Team : Phare
Departure date : 04/30/2014

Supervision : Thi-Mai-Trang NGUYEN

Co-supervision : BOUKHATEM Nadia, PUJOLLE Guy

Application of Network Coding to wireless networks: coding conditions and adaptive redundancy control

Since its first introduction in 2001, network coding has gained a significant attention from the research communities in the need of improving the way of communication in computer networks. In short, network coding is a technique which allows the nodes to combine several native packets into one coded packet for transmission (i.e, coding packets) instead of simply forwarding packets one by one.
With network coding, a network can save the number of transmissions to reduce data transfer time and increase throughput. This breaks the great assumption about keeping information separate and whole. Information must not be tampered but it can be mixed, and transformed.
In the scope of the thesis, we focus on two main benefits of network coding: throughput improvement and transmission reliability against random losses. For the throughput improvement, we use inter-flow network coding and extend the coding conditions. For transmission reliability, we use intra-flow network coding and suggest new coding schemes. The obtained results via NS-2 simulations are quite promising.

Defence : 04/14/2014

Jury members :

André-Luc BEYLOT, IRIT/ENSEEIHT [Rapporteur]
Steven MARTIN, Université Paris Sud [Rapporteur]
Naceur MALOUCH, UPMC Sorbonne Universités
Michel BOURDELLES, Thales Communications & Securité
Sidi Mohammed SENOUCI, Université de Bourgogne
Thi Mai Trang NGUYEN, UPMC Sorbonne Universités
Guy PUJOLLE, UPMC Sorbonne Universités
Nadia BOUKHATEM, Télécom ParisTech

Departure date : 04/30/2014

2011-2014 Publications