A Wireless Network Testbed for Stochastic Network Optimization
Annual rept. 1 Oct 2009-30 Sep 2010
PRINCETON UNIV NJ DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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This is an infrastructure development project for a new laboratory at Princeton, now called the Princeton EDGE Lab. Latest updates can be found at httpscenic.princeton.edu. The Princeton EDGE Lab has experimental facilities to study edge networking, wireless as well as wireline. It crosses the boundary between theory and systems in the networking research community. It leverages the lessons and data accumulated through realistic experiments to validate the predictions of theory, falsify the assumptions behind theory, sharpen the characterizations that are loose in theory, and inspire new question formulations in theory. It builds systems designed by proven theorems and proves theories about built-out systems. It is more realistic end-to-end and comprehensive than all other university facilities in the area of edge networking, and more configurable and research-enabling than all other industry facilities. It consists of a wide range of equipments offering programmability at various layers and visibility at various temporal and spatial scales.
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