MIT EECS - Cisco Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar
Network Code Design for Non-multicast Case
The aim of this project is to find a general, distributed and low-complexity method to design network codes in the non-multicast case for arbitrary networks. It will have a great impact on network performance improvement for today’s Internet and future network design. Some progress on algorithmic techniques have been made and along with some early results. The project will evaluate the performance of the current theoretical design using numerical experiments. Based on the simulation results, the project will further improve the design and the theoretical analysis.
I have worked on a previous UROP in the Computer Architecture group in CSAIL developing test benchmarks for an energy aware self-adaptable processor. I’ve also worked on an autosuggest prototype in an internship with Microsoft.