We focus on the various subareas like (i) Storage, (ii) Multimedia, and (iii) System Analytics. Consequently, certain crucial system related challenges are bound to stem up, like energy usage, storage optimization, computation efficiency, mobility, system management, network monitoring and deployment planning, network policy control, supporting ubiquitous connectivity among various devices and information sources etc. We plan to consider such system related issues during the development of the services.
Research in multimedia with computer network mainly involved streaming services. Streaming services are gaining popularity every day. Few examples are YouTube, Netflix, Skype. There are three types of online streaming services: 1) On-demand (YouTube), ii) Live (YouTube Live) and iii) Interactive (Skype). These three streaming systems have a different kind of problems. Research problem related […]
Projects: ADELE: Anomaly Detection from Event Log Empiricism A large population of users gets affected by sudden slowdown or shutdown of an enterprise application. System administrators and analysts spend considerable amount of time dealing with functional and performance bugs. These problems are particularly hard to detect and diagnose in most computer systems, since there is […]
Ongoing projects: Enabling Traffic Classification for Mobile Video Applications YouTube’s Adaptive Streaming Behavior and Its Implications Publications Candid with YouTube: Adaptive Streaming Behavior and Implications on Data Consumption, Abhijit Mondal, Satadal Sengupta, B.R. Reddy, M.J.V. Koundinya, Chander G., Pradipta De, Niloy Ganguly, Sandip Chakraborty, ACM SIGMM Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital […]