Anyanwu Ogan Receives Award for Mobile Network Study
Dr. Kemafor Anyanwu Ogan, associate professor of computer science at NC State University, has been awarded $16,067 by BOSH Global Services to support her research proposal entitled “Mobile Network Data Capture and Analytics Study.”
The award will run from June 1, 2014 to July 31, 2014.
Abstract – BOSH performs test and evaluation of different wireless transmission links, particularly data links transporting Full Motion Video. Transmission may be air-to- ground, air-to-air, ground-to-ground, or ground-to-ground from different ranges and line-of-sight altitudes, such as from aircraft at different attitudes, and under different environmental conditions. Most of the post-test analysis is based on capture IP traffic and is manpower intensive. BOSH is seeking ways to improve and automate data capture and analysis.
The proposed project will involve a reasoned and in-depth analysis of BOSH's heterogeneous data environment and their data analyses problems and an assessment of available open-source big data frameworks (or potential extensions to such frameworks) as a suitable foundation for BOSH's network data analytics platform. The result of this study will be recorded in a whitepaper.
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