Agenda IETF99: nwcrg
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Meeting Agenda
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NWCRG @ IETF-99 (Prague)
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Thursday, July 20, 2017
Afternoon session I 13:30-15:30 
Room: Athens/Barcelona


00- Welcome, administrative and general matters. Goals of this meeting
    (Chairs) (10')


PART I: Use-cases where end-to-end coding or network coding can be beneficial
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NC for satellite communications
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01- "Network coding and satellites" (Nicolas Kuhn, remote) (10')
	draft-kuhn-nwcrg-network-coding-satellites-00
	This memo presents the current deployment of network coding in some
	satellite telecommunications systems along with a discussion on the
	multiple opportunities to introduce these technics at a wider scale.

-- Discussions: what's next and where do we want to go? (5')


NC for ICN/CCN
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02- "CCN and Network Coding" (Cedric Westphal) (10')
	Also covers NetCodCCN (Infocom'16)

03- "Low latency low loss streaming using in-network coding and caching"
    (Hitoshi Asaeda) (10')
	(Infocom'17)

-- Discussions: what's next and where do we want to go? (5')


Other NC potential use-cases
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04- "Some Network Coding Use Cases" (Vincent Roca, on behalf of
    Rolf Sperber (remote)) (10')

05- "Generic Robust Low Latency Tunelling: proposal for a performance
    enhancing tunnel" (Marie-José Montpetit, remote) (10')

-- Discussions: what's next and where do we want to go: architectural
   considerations, generic tunelling, etc. (5')


PART II: On the coding side
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Low complexity coding
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06- "Pyrit: Polynomial Ring Transforms for Fast Erasure Coding"
    (Jonathan Detchart) (10')
	Making coding and decoding operations simpler and faster.


On the benefit of sliding window codes (network coding?) to IETF protocols
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07- "Less Latency and Better Protection with AL-FEC Sliding Window Codes:
    a Robust Multimedia CBR Broadcast Case Study" (Vincent Roca) (10')

08- "FEC codes and QUIC" (Ian Swett) (10')

-- Discussions: what's next and where do we want to go?
   What about the WebRTC and PAYLOAD WGs? (5')


PART III: Other topics (if time left)
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09- "About a simple protocol to negotiate network coded communication"
    (Frank Fitzek, TBC) (5')

-- Discussions: what's next and where do we want to go? (5')


Total time: 120'