Today, the NEAT tutorial series for students and staff members of Hainan University (海南大学) in Haikou (海口), located in the Hainan Province of China, continued with an introduction and basic tutorial to NEAT. Particularly, the usage of NEAT on lab PCs, as well as in NorNet Core, has been introduced. For more information on NEAT in NorNet Core, also see the previous announcement.
The talk slides are available here:
Dreibholz, Thomas: «NEAT Tutorial at Hainan University: Getting Started with NEAT» (PDF, 3199 KiB, ), Invited Talk at Hainan University, College of Information Science and Technology (CIST), Haikou, Hainan/People’s Republic of China, December 18, 2017, [BibTeX, XML].
The NEAT project wants to achieve a complete redesign of the way in which Internet applications interact with the network. Its goal is to allow network “services” offered to applications – such as reliability, low-delay communication or security – to be dynamically tailored based on application demands, current network conditions, hardware capabilities or local policies, and also to support the integration of new network functionality in an evolutionary fashion, without applications having to be rewritten. This architectural change will make the Internet truly “enhanceable”, by allowing applications to seamlessly and more easily take advantage of new network features as they evolve.