Jue, Jason P.
Jason Jue is a Professor of Computer Science. In 2002 he won the National Science Foundation's CAREER award for his research on optical networks. His research interests include:
- Optical Network Design and Planning
- Optical Network Virtualization
- Software Defined Optical Networks
- Multi-Domain Optical Networks
- Network Survivability
- Impairment-Aware Optical Networking
- Optical Network Control and Management
- Optical Multicasting
- Optical Packet and Burst Switching
- Energy-Efficient Networking
- Delay-Tolerant Networks
- Wireless and Sensor Networks
Proactive Dynamic Network Slicing with Deep Learning Based Short-Term Traffic Prediction for 5G Transport Network (IEEE, 2019-03-03)We propose a proactive dynamic network slicing scheme that utilizes a deep-learning based short-term traffic prediction approach for 5G transport networks. The demonstration shows utilization efficiency improvement from ...
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-01-30)Recent advances in the areas of Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and machine learning have contributed to the rise of a growing number of complex applications. These applications will be data-intensive, delay-sensitive, ...
Considering the availability of the datacenter's network elements, we propose a coordinated protection mechanism that adopts both backup path protection and SFC replicas distributed among datacenters to support high ...
This paper discusses the problem of embedding service function chains (SFCs) in an interconnected network with multiple datacenter sites. The problem is formulated as a Subtopology Composition Problem (SCP), which is to ...