Assistant Professor, Université de Lorraine
Popularity-based caching in Content-Centric Networks
Information-Centric Networking (ICN) is expected to be at the core of the Future Internet. Indeed, users are only interested by content and there is a need to change the traditional "host-to-host" communication paradigm of the Internet to a "user-to-content" paradigm. Content Centric Networking (CCN) has recently emerged as a promising architecture. It is based on named-data where a packet address names content and not its location. Then, the premise is to cache content on the network nodes and an important feature for CCN is therefore the cache management. In this presentation, we will discuss about the caching strategies and present our new popularity-based caching strategies designed for CCN.
Thomas Silverston is an Assistant Professor at University of Lorraine (Nancy) since 2011. Before, he received a PhD from UPMC (2009) and was a postdoc researcher (JSPS fellow) at the University of Tokyo and JFLI from 2009 to 2011. His research focuses on the Future Internet, and more precisely on content networking, P2P systems, network measurement and Information-Centric Network. He is a WIDE member since 2009 and he is the coordinator of the “City Crowd Source” activity of EIT ICT labs to provide new services for digital cities of the future.