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5G Network Slicing for Free Access to Information
Approved Pending  +
DueDate 1 May 2021  +
Keywords BasicInternet:Basic Internet  + , InfoInternet  + , Network slicing  + , SCOTT:SCOTT  + , Agenda 2030  + , Agenda 2030  + , Digital Inclusion  +
Methods The tools and methods in this thesis are bThe tools and methods in this thesis are based on * A set of scenario, describing the challenges * A list of requirements being extracted from the scenarios * A description and evaluation of technologies and tools being candidates for solutions * A functional architecture/description of the envisaged system * An idea for implementation of the core concepts * A demonstration of the solution * An evaluation of the solution, including a critical review of the descisions taken earlier * Conclusions * Referencess taken earlier * Conclusions * References  +
Objective In Mobile Communications, 5G Research is fIn Mobile Communications, 5G Research is focussing on (a) massive mobile broadband, (b) billions of sensors connected to the network, and (c) ultra-reliable and low-latency networks. A promising technology for addressing these issues is ''network slicing''. This thesis will look into network slicing for free access to information, and thus address the challenges of sustainable development. The free access to information (''InfoInternet'') is answering the needs of digital inclusion, and addresses the needs of 4 billion people currently not using the Internet. [[InfoInternet]] means free access to information for all, and addresses directly the SDG goal 9.c of the Agenda 2030. InfoInternet is further the basis ans the catalyst for SDG 3 (health), 4 (education), 5 (gender equality), 8 (decent work), 10 (reduced inequalities), 11 (sustainable cities and communities) and 17 (partnership for the goals). The envisaged Thesis will elaborate on the network slicing for InfoInternet, and evaluates the technological and societal aspects. ''see also:'' Thanh van Do, Josef Noll, Sudhir Dixit, Bruno Dzogovic, Van Thuan Do, Boning Feng, "Reducing Inequalities with 5G Internet Light Network Slice", 5G World Summit, IEEE 5G World Forum, 9-11July2018, Santa Clara, California, USA9-11July2018, Santa Clara, California, USA  +
Pre-Knowledge The candidate should have a basis knowledge of networking technology and/or Internet services  +
Schedule The envisaged time schedule (for a long thThe envisaged time schedule (for a long thesis/60 ECTS) is: :T0 0 starting month, T0+m denotes the month where the contribution to a certain chapter shalle be finalized :T0+2 months: create an initial page describing the scenario :T0+3: Provide a list of technologies which you think are necessary for the thesis :T0+4: Establish the table of content (TOC) of the envisaged thesis. Each section shall contain 3-10 keywords describing the content of that section :T0+7: Provide a draft of section 2 (scenario) and 3 (technologies) :T0+10: Establish a draft on what to implement/architecture :T0+11: Set-up an implementation, testing and evaluation plan :T0+15: Evaluate your solution based on a set of parameters, keep in mind ''there is no such thing as a free lunch'' :T0+17: Deliver the thesis a free lunch'' :T0+17: Deliver the thesis  +
Supervisor Josef Noll  +
ThesisStatus Planned  +
Titel 5G Network Slicing for Free Access to Information  +
User N.n.  +
Creation dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 13 September 2017 23:02:06  +
Categories Thesis  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 21 June 2021 07:27:09  +
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