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Search Publications by: Van Sy Mai (IntlAssoc)

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Dynamic Regret of Randomized Online Service Caching in Edge Computing

August 29, 2023
Siqi Fan, I-Hong Hou, Van Sy Mai
This paper studies an online service caching problem, where an edge server, equipped with a prediction window of future service request arrivals, needs to decide which services to host locally subject to limited storage capacity. The edge server aims to

Network Security Traffic Analysis Platform - Design and Validation

January 20, 2023
Zineb Maasaoui, Anfal Hathah, Hasnae Bilil, Van Sy Mai, Abdella Battou, ahmed lbath, Veton KEPUSKA
Real-time traffic management and control have become necessary in today's networks due to their complexity and cybersecurity risks. With the increase in internet use, threats are more present and require real-time detection and analysis to prevent

Optimal Cybersecurity Investments for SIS Model

February 15, 2021
Van Sy Mai, Richard La, Abdella Battou
We study the problem of minimizing the (time) average security costs in large systems comprising many interdependent subsystems, where the state evolution is captured by a susceptible-infected-susceptible (SIS) model. The security costs reflect security

Optimal Cache Allocation under Network-Wide Capacity Constraint

April 11, 2019
Van Sy Mai, Stratis Ioannidis, Davide Pesavento, Lotfi Benmohamed
Network cache allocation and management are important aspects of an Information-Centric Network (ICN) design, such as one based on Named Data Networking (NDN). We address the problem of optimal cache size allocation and content placement in an ICN in order

Distributed Algorithm for Suppressing Epidemic Spread in Networks

June 4, 2018
Van Sy Mai, Abdella Battou, Kevin L. Mills
This paper considers problems related to suppressing epidemic spread over networks given limited curing resources. The spreading dynamic is captured by a susceptible-infected- susceptible model. The epidemic threshold and recovery speed are determined by