This is a stand in the Belgian National Pavilion, located in Zone B: Belgium National Pavillion. Stand number: B14 - 3 days
The ECODE project involves an ‘experimental cognitive distributed engine’ providing a routing system for the future internet.
Generic test environments such as Emulab (a network emulation test bed) enable researchers to perform large-scale tests on different network topologies. While these facilities offer a tool to easily configure the topology, setting up realistic network scenarios afterwards is a manual and time-consuming task. This exhibit will demonstrate a tool that has been developed in the FP7 ECODE project. It allows researchers to automate both the configuration of networking experiments and the subsequent collection of measurements and visualisation of experimental results. The framework will be demonstrated by applying it to typical ECODE project scenarios where traffic patterns are generated and machine-learning algorithms are evaluated.
Coordinator: Steven LATRE (Ghent University - IBBT, Information Technology, Belgium)