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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IA 2022-11-21
14:55
Niigata Bandai Civic Hall (Niigata)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Proposal of SR-TE framework controllable by customer and application unit, and a discussion on an implementation method of Per-Flow Steering
Harunobu Yoshida, Ryunosuke Saito, Shintaro Ishihara, Toyokazu Akiyama, Kazumasa Kobayashi (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.), Wataru Mishima (NTT Com) IA2022-41
Segment Routing (SR) has attracted attention as a method to realize TE that maintain the QoS required in the networks pr... [more] IA2022-41
pp.25-32
RISING
(3rd)
2022-10-31
10:30
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa (Day 1), and Online (Day 2, 3) [Poster Presentation] Delay Analysis Model of Service Chain Configuration for Fat-Tree Topology
Tomonori Yokono (Univ. Fukui), Yuhei Hayashi (NTT), Shohei Kamamura (Seikei Univ.), Takuji Tachibana (Univ. Fukui)
When a service chain is constructed in a data center network, the total transmission delay is expected to be reduced by ... [more]
RISING
(3rd)
2022-10-31
15:00
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa (Day 1), and Online (Day 2, 3) [Poster Presentation] On Competitive Service Chaining among Multiple Service Brokers in NFV Networks
Ryohei Kokura, Masahiro Sasabe, Shoji Kasahara (NAIST)
Running network functions as software on generic hardware is a promising technology called as network functions virtuali... [more]
NS 2022-10-07
09:30
Hokkaido Hokkaidou University + Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Selfish Service Chaining Scheme for Minimizing Service Path Delay in NFV Networks
Ryohei Kokura, Masahiro Sasabe, Shoji Kasahara (NAIST) NS2022-95
Network functions virtualization (NFV) can flexibly achieve various network services by running network functions as sof... [more] NS2022-95
pp.88-93
NS 2022-04-15
11:10
Tokyo kikai shinkou kaikan + online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Service Chaining Based on Capacitated Shortest Path Tour Problem -- Solution Based on Deep Reinforcement Learning and Graph Neural Network --
Takanori Hara, Masahiro Sasabe (NAIST) NS2022-2
The service chaining problem is one of the resource allocation problems in network functions virtualization (NFV) networ... [more] NS2022-2
pp.7-12
NS, IN
(Joint)
2022-03-10
11:40
Online Online VNF/CNF migration scheduling based on Encoder-Decoder RNN for cloud native platform
Takahiro Hirayama, Masahiro Jibiki, Takaya Miyazawa, Ved P. Kafle (NICT) IN2021-35
The 5th generation (5G) or beyond 5G (B5G) mobile networks are required to offer various kinds of services, such as enha... [more] IN2021-35
pp.25-30
RISING
(3rd)
2021-11-16
11:30
Tokyo
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Service Chain Construction with Dynamic Programming and Augmented Graph Based on Delay Analytical Model in Data Center Networks
Tomonori Yokono (Univ. Fukui), Yuhei Hayashi (NTT), Shohei Kamamura (Seikei Univ.), Takuji Tachibana (Univ. Fukui)
When constructing service chains in a data center network, it is expected that the data centers where virtual network fu... [more]
RISING
(3rd)
2021-11-16
11:30
Tokyo
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Optimal Service Chain Construction with VNF Sharing Model Based on Queueing Theory
Daisuke Amaya, Takuji Tachibana (Univ. Fukui)
Service chaining is attracting attention as a promising technology for providing services using multiple virtual network... [more]
NS 2021-10-06
10:15
Online Online Distributed ultra-high-definition video handling system using wide-area SRv6 service function chaining
Kouta Aoki (Miharu Communications), Mitsuru Maruyama, Katsuhiro Sebayashi, Tomohiro Ishioka, Yuma Ito (KAIT), Hiroyuki Kimiyama (Daido Univ) NS2021-67
We are aiming to establish a video processing platform that automatically configures video workflows as required by free... [more] NS2021-67
pp.1-6
IN, NS, CS, NV
(Joint)
2021-09-09
12:40
Online Online Service Chaining Based on Capacitated Shortest Path Tour Problem -- Solution Based on Lagrangian Relaxation and Shortest Path Tour Algorithm --
Takanori Hara, Masahiro Sasabe (NAIST) NS2021-60
Network functions virtualization (NFV) can speedily and flexibly deploy network services by replacing traditional networ... [more] NS2021-60
pp.18-23
IN, NS, CS, NV
(Joint)
2021-09-09
13:05
Online Online Service Chain Provisioning Considering Traffic Changing Effect of Virtualized Network Functions
Shintaro Ozaki, Takehiro Sato, Eiji Oki (Kyoto Univ.) NS2021-61
We present a service chain provisioning model that determines the resource allocation while considering traffic changes ... [more] NS2021-61
pp.24-29
PN, NS, OCS
(Joint)
2021-06-25
11:35
Online Online Optimal scheduling of virtual network function for minimizing a duration of QoS degradaton
Msayoshi Iwamoto, Akito Suzuki, Masahiro Kobayashi (NTT) NS2021-31
Network services provisioning with Service Function Chaining(SFC) consists of various controls such as Virtual Network F... [more] NS2021-31
pp.33-38
IN, NS
(Joint)
2021-03-04
10:10
Online Online Service Chaining for Highly-Available, Energy-Efficient, and Reliable NFV Networks
Masaya Baba, Takanori Hara, Masahiro Sasabe, Shoji Kasahara (NAIST) NS2020-130
Network functions virtualization (NFV) can realize low-cost and flexible network services by decoupling network function... [more] NS2020-130
pp.43-48
IE, CS, IPSJ-AVM, ITE-BCT [detail] 2020-11-27
14:35
Online Online Performance Evaluations of Service Function Chaining Orchestration
Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai, Jiro Katto (Waseda Univ.), Hidehiro Kanemitsu (Tokyo Univ. of Tech.), Hidenori Nakazato (Waseda Univ.) CS2020-72 IE2020-31
Authors have proposed SFC orchestration using network function virtualization and service function chaining. In this pap... [more] CS2020-72 IE2020-31
pp.33-38
CS 2020-11-05
18:20
Online Online + Central Community Center, Nonoichi Community Center
(Primary: Online, Secondary: On-site)
[Invited Lecture] Service Function Chaining Orchestration and its evaluations in real environment
Kenji Kanai, Hibiki Sekine, Hidenori Nakazato (Waseda Univ.), Hirohide Kanemitsu (Tokyo Univ. of Technology), Jiro Katto (Waseda Univ.) CS2020-55
In this paper, we propose Service Function Chaining Orchestration which enables to improve utilization of computing and ... [more] CS2020-55
pp.42-47
IA 2020-10-09
16:25
Online Online Large-capacity real-time service chaining for 8K-video handling system using SRv6
Tomohiro Ishioka, Katsuhiro Sebayashi, Shun Higuchi, Mitsuru Maruyama (KAIT), Kouta Aoki (Miharu Communications), Satoshi Usui, Tatsuya Fujiwara (Furukawa Network Solution) IA2020-15
Applications handling 8K ultra-high definition images are useful in various industrial fields that handle images, includ... [more] IA2020-15
pp.7-10
CQ, CS
(Joint)
2020-06-25
11:20
Online Online Proposal of Asynchronous ICN Service Function Chaining and its Verification in Real Environment
Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato (Waseda Univ.), Hirohide Kanemitsu (Tokyo University of Technology) CS2020-2
In this paper, we introduce Information Centric Networking-based Service Function Chaining (ICN-SFC) that is one of majo... [more] CS2020-2
pp.5-10
IE, IMQ, MVE, CQ
(Joint) [detail]
2020-03-05
11:10
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Implementation and experimental evaluation of NFV management system based on biochemical reactions on the OPNFV
Shuto Sugita (Osaka Univ.), Go Hasegawa (Tohoku Univ.), Masayuki Murata (Osaka Univ.) CQ2019-140
Our research group has proposed application a construction method of service space in virtualized network system based o... [more] CQ2019-140
pp.29-34
SeMI, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-UBI 2020-03-03
11:15
Online Online Performance Evaluations of IoT Service Function Chaining for Edge-Cloud Collaboration
Hibiki Sekine, Kenji Kanai (Waseda Univ.), Hidehiro Kanemitsu (Tokyo Univ. of Tech.), Jiro Katto, Hidenori Nakazato (Waseda Univ.) SeMI2019-135
To realize automatic and dynamic efficient network resource utilization, authors research and develop the IoT service fu... [more] SeMI2019-135
pp.227-231
CS, CAS 2020-02-27
10:20
Kumamoto   ThingVisor Factory for Things as a Service and IP and ICN-based Things Sharing Architecture
Kenji Kanai, Hidenori Nakazato (Waseda Univ.), Hirohide Kanemitsu (Tokyo University of Technology) CAS2019-101 CS2019-101
In this paper, we propose “ThingVisor Factory” platform to realize “Things as a Service,” and this platform provides use... [more] CAS2019-101 CS2019-101
pp.19-24
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