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IEEE VTS DISTINGUISHED TALK: Self-Evolving and Transformative (SET) Protocol Architecture for 6G

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The fusion of digital and real worlds in all dimensions will be the driving force for future sixth-generation (6G) wireless systems. Ubiquitous in-time and on-time communication services between humans, machines, robots, and their virtual counterparts are essential, and they expand from the ground to air, space, underground, and deep sea. 6G systems are not only data pipelines but also large-scale distributed computing systems with integrated sensing, processing, storage, communication and computing capabilities. It is challenging to build ubiquitous and intelligent 6G systems, handling stringent quality-of-service (QoS) requirements, providing a rich set of communication modes, including unicast, multicast, broadcast, in-cast, and group-cast, and supporting user-centric mobile applications. In this talk, we introduce a new protocol architecture, Self-Evolving and Transformative (SET) architecture that can provide a wide range of control functions, and be intelligently configured for different types of 6G applications and networking environments. Its design principles, potentials, and open issues are discussed. We also introduce a use case applying the architecture to develop a mobility-aware multi-path QUIC protocol for satellite networks. Co-sponsored by: Xianhao Chen Speaker(s): Lin Cai Room: Room 603, Bldg: Chow Yei Ching Building, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

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