Re: [gaia] What if all phones were always on the Internet?

Arjuna Sathiaseelan <arjuna.sathiaseelan@cl.cam.ac.uk> Fri, 04 December 2015 12:29 UTC

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This is the paper I mentioned below (attached) - thanks goes to Adisorn for
finding it in the USB stick :)

Regards

On 2 December 2015 at 22:02, Arjuna Sathiaseelan <
arjuna.sathiaseelan@cl.cam.ac.uk> wrote:

> there was a very nice paper at DEV this year which is very relevant:
>
> Optimizing Mobile Application Communication for Challenged Network
> Environments
> Waylon Brunette (University of Washington), Morgan Vigil (University of
> California Santa Barbara), Fahad Pervaiz(University of Washington), Shahar
> Levari (University of Washington), Richard Anderson (University of
> Washington)
>
> I cant find the paper online -- will post it once available..
> regards
>
> On 1 December 2015 at 14:33, Mat Ford <ford@isoc.org> wrote:
>
>>
>> > On 28 Nov 2015, at 10:48, El Khatib, Yehia (elkhatib) <
>> y.elkhatib@lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
>> >
>> > However, most services (read: majority of cloud-hosted services) are
>> developed with an assumption of over provisioned networks. This results in
>> "chatty application syndrome”, and becomes very apparent when you take said
>> application and try to run it over a poor network. So my point is,
>> developers could and perhaps should equip their services for deployment in
>> poor network conditions.
>>
>> Related to this point, please see the briefing panel we hosted during the
>> IETF93 meeting in Prague earlier this year:
>>
>> http://www.internetsociety.org/internet-society-briefing-panel-ietf-93
>>
>> Tackling Connectivity Diversity: Protocol Challenges for Constrained
>> Radio Networks and Devices
>>
>> Abstract
>> In many areas, Internet connectivity is primarily via low-end mobile
>> devices capable of only 2G or 3G connections to cellular networks. But many
>> application developers live and work with much faster computing platforms
>> and networking environments. Does the infrastructure need to change to
>> accommodate the continuing use of these devices? Is this a transient
>> condition of uneven development, or do we need to re-architect and
>> re-design systems to better cope with connectivity diversity?
>>
>>
>> Mat
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> Arjuna Sathiaseelan
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