Network Coding Designs Suited for the Real World: What works, What doesn't, What's Promising

Morten Videbæk Pedersen, Daniel Enrique Lucani Roetter, Frank Fitzek, Chres Wiant Sørensen, A.S. Badr.

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Network coding (NC) has attracted tremendous attention from the research community due to its potential to significantly improve networks' throughput, delay, and energy performance as well as a means to simplify protocol design and naturally providing security support. The possibilities in code design have produced a large influx of new ideas and approaches to harness the power of NC. But, which of these designs are truly successful in practice? and which designs will not live up to their promised theoretical gains due to real-world constraints? Without attempting a comprehensive view of all practical pitfalls, this paper seeks to identify key ingredients to a successful design, critical and common limitations to most intra-session NC systems as well as promising techniques and ideas to guide future models and research problems grounded on practical concerns.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInformation Theory Workshop (ITW), 2013 IEEE
PublisherIEEE
Publication date9 Dec 2013
Pages1-5
ISBN (Print)978-1-4799-1321-3
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SeriesI E E E International Information Theory Workshop

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Pedersen, M. V., Roetter, D. E. L., Fitzek, F., Sørensen, C. W., & Badr., A. S. (2013). Network Coding Designs Suited for the Real World: What works, What doesn't, What's Promising. In Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2013 IEEE (pp. 1-5). IEEE. I E E E International Information Theory Workshop https://doi.org/10.1109/ITW.2013.6691231
Pedersen, Morten Videbæk ; Roetter, Daniel Enrique Lucani ; Fitzek, Frank ; Sørensen, Chres Wiant ; Badr., A.S. / Network Coding Designs Suited for the Real World : What works, What doesn't, What's Promising. Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2013 IEEE . IEEE, 2013. pp. 1-5 (I E E E International Information Theory Workshop).
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Pedersen MV, Roetter DEL, Fitzek F, Sørensen CW, Badr. AS. Network Coding Designs Suited for the Real World: What works, What doesn't, What's Promising. In Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2013 IEEE . IEEE. 2013. p. 1-5. (I E E E International Information Theory Workshop). https://doi.org/10.1109/ITW.2013.6691231