Authors: Angelos-Christos Anadiotis, Apostolos Apostolaras, Dimitris Syrivelis, Thanasis Korakis, Leandros Tassiulas, Luis Rodriguez and Max Ott.
Conference: WiNTECH, Beijing, China, September 2009
The gradually growing need for testbed use so as networking algorithms to be validated in real environments, has given rise to optimal utilization of testbed resources. Despite the fact that, many laboratories around the globe have deployed testbeds, so as experimenters have the opportunity to test their algorithms, the majority of those testbeds su er from bad management that prevents users from e ciently exploiting testbed's resources. Moreover, as the number of testbed users increases, experimenters needs for more sophisticated allocation of testbed resources are growing. Toward, this direction, we propose a managerial framework that exploits testbed utilization by introducing slicing over frequency spectrum. This new framework will allow a more sophisticated way to optimally control and manage network resources of a testbed.
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