Relationship-Oriented Social-Centric Future Internet Design (2010-04-28)
Abstract:Online Social Networks (OSNs) such as Facebook are growing rapidly. On the one hand, OSNs are invaluable in supporting communication for our Internet-based community. On the other hand, the weakness of the design of OSNs could make it lose its value. This talk will address how to leverage OSN infrastructure to solve security problems and how to protect the value of OSNs such that we might not introduce new security problems. Professor Wu will discuss the rationale and design principles behind Davis Social Links (DSL), a FIND (Future INternet Design) and GENI (Globel Environment for Network Innovation) project sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Under the consideration of re-designing the Internet, professor Wu will argue that network-layer unique identifiers and global connectivity by default, both being the fundamental design principles for our current Internet, might be both unnecessary and harmful.
Längd: 120 minuter
Tillagd: 2010-04-29 13:25:18
Detta verk är licensierat under en Creative Commons Erkännande-IckeKommersiell-DelaLika 2.5 Sverige Licens.