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Methods to Achieve Socio-economic Design Goals and Objectives for Future Networks (Y.FNsocioeconomic)


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Methods to Achieve Socio-economic Design Goals and Objectives for Future Networks (Y.FNsocioeconomic)

  1. 1. SESERV Socio-Economic Services for European Research Projects European Seventh Framework CSA FP7-2010-ICT-258138Methods to Achieve Socio-economic DesignGoals and Objectives for Future Networks(Y.FNsocioeconomic)Mar$n  Waldburger  Costas  Kalogiros    Presenta$on  to  TTC,  January  23,  2012  © 2012 The SESERV Consortium 1
  2. 2. Outline •  SESERV Goal •  Socio-economic Awareness •  Design Goals and Objectives in Y.3001 •  Scope of Y.FNsocioeconomic •  Proposed Structure •  Tussle Evolution: Bandwidth Sharing •  Tussle Analysis Meta-method •  Summary and Conclusions •  Q&A© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 2
  3. 3. SESERV Goal •  Based on the fact that ICT contributes to social inclusion, economic development, sustainability: •  SESERV shall bridge the gap between •  Especially socio-economic (SE) priorities and •  Research objectives of European ICT projects in FP7 •  SESERV does offer a service that provides •  An open access to SE and networking experts FISE Community •  Investigation methodologies for relationships between Future Internet technology, society, and Tussle the economy Analysis •  Knowledge and findings through research reports, Event workshops, and various research support on SE Organization upon request© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 3
  4. 4. Socio-economic Awareness •  Traditional engineering goals (technology design) •  Effectiveness •  Efficiency •  Modularity •  Security •  Technology will reach multiple stakeholders •  Different interpretations of goals Stakeholders   •  Different incentives tussles engage  in   •  Different choices •  Understanding socio-economic aspects •  Complete view on ecosystem •  Assess technology adoption and long-term success© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 4
  5. 5. Design Goals and Objectives in Y.3001 •  „Future Networks: Objectives and Design Goals“ •  Objectives ...  to  reduce  barriers  to  entry  for  the  various  actors  involved   in  the  network  ecosystem.   •  Service awareness ...  to  reduce  life  cycle  costs  in  order  for  them  to  be   •  Data awareness deployable  and  sustainable.   ...  allow  appropriate  compe88on  and  an  appropriate  return   •  Environmental awareness for  all  actors   •  Social and economic awareness •  Design goals •  Service diversity FNs  are  recommended  to  be  designed  to  provide  a   sustainable  compe88on  environment  for  solving  tussles   •  Functional flexibility among  the  range  of  par8cipants  in  the  ICT/ •  Virtualization of resources telecommunictaion  ecosystem     •  Data access Ra8onale:  Many  technologies  have  failed  to  be   •  Energy consumption deployed,  flourish,  or  be  sustainable  because  of     •  Service universalization inadequate  or  inappropriate  decisions  of  the   architect,  ...   •  Economic incentives   •  Network management Sufficient  aHen8on  therefore  needs  to  be  paid  to   economic  and  social  aspects  such  as  economic   •  Mobility incen8ves  in  designing  and  implemen8ng  the   •  Optimization requirements,  architecture,  and  protocol  of  FNs  in  order   •  Identification to  provide  a  sustainable  compe88on  environment  to  the   various  par8cipants   •  Reliability© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 5
  6. 6. Scope of Y.FNsocioeconomic •  Y.3001 lists... •  Candidate technologies •  But no methods to achieve goals and objectives •  „Methods to Achieve Socio-Economic Design Goals and Objectives for Future Networks“ This  Recommenda8on  lists  methods  to  achieve  socio-­‐economic  design  goals   and  objec8ves  for  Future  Networks  (FNs).  When  a  candidate  FN  technology   is  provided,  the  methods  listed  provides  a  structured  manner   •  to  analyze  the  socio-­‐economic  effect  of  the  technology,   •  to  find  relevant  stakeholders,   •  to  iden8fy  tussles/conflicts  between  them,     •  to  help  assess  the  expected  level  of  achievement  of  a  technology,   •  and  help  design/select  appropriate  technology  for  Future  Networks.  © 2012 The SESERV Consortium 6
  7. 7. Proposed Structure •  Summary •  Introduction •  Scope •  References •  Definitions •  Abbreviations and acronyms •  Conventions •  Socio-economic Aware Deployment of Future Network Technology •  Design for Tussle •  Technology Deployment Cycle Tussle concept •  Tussle Evolution •  Tussle Analysis Meta-method •  Methods Overview •  Stakeholder Identification Methods Methods to •  Tussle Identification Methods implement steps of tussle analysis •  Tussle Impact and Tussle Evolution Methods© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 7
  8. 8. Tussle Evolution: Bandwidth Sharing peer-­‐to-­‐peer   p2p  users  configure   p2p  users  get     (p2p)  users   applica$ons  to  open     p2p  applica$ons   dispropor$onate     bandwidth  share  strategies/policies   mul$ple  TCP     configured  to     Stakeholders’     connec$ons  for  the   perform  traffic   ?   Tussle  outcome   same  session             ISPs  throAle     obfusca$on   bandwidth  of      p2p     applica$ons  by      using     fair   ISP   DPI  technology.             What  if  ISPs  deploy     bandwidth   (neutral  en$ty)   p2p     sharing   applica$ons     conges$on  exposure   technologies  &     ?   mo$vate  mul$ple     conges$on  pricing  schemes?   interac$ve     interac$ve   TCP  connec$ons  for     users  get     users   the  same  session             Func%onality:  bandwidth  sharing   dispropor$onate     bandwidth  share  strategies/policies   Tussle  outcome   Stakeholders’     ISPs   Regulator  announces  fines  due     to  VoIP  providers’  complaints     Regulator   ISPs  use  DPI  technology     no     to  degrade  quality  of     discrimina$on   rival  VoIP  services   ASPs   Func%onality:  VoIP  service  delivery   Func$onality   Stable  outcome   Evolves   Ini$al  state   Unstable  outcome   Affects   © 2012 The SESERV Consortium 8
  9. 9. Tussle Analysis Meta-method Func$onality  I   Func$onality  II   Step  1:  Iden%fy  all  primary  stakeholder  roles  and  their   characteris%cs  for  the  func%onality  under  inves%ga%on         new  itera$on   spillover     Step  2:  Iden%fy  tussles  among  iden%fied  stakeholders   tussle    tussle    tussle     tussle    Step  3:  For  each  tussle  assess  the  impact  to  each  stakeholder   and  poten%al  spillovers    © 2012 The SESERV Consortium 9
  10. 10. Summary and Conclusions •  Engineers need to... •  Be aware of socio-economic aspects of technology •  Consider socio-economics in technology design •  For the goal of... •  Long-term success by incentive compatibility •  Assessment of adoption potential •  Sustainable competition environment •  Recommendation Y.FNsocioeconomic •  Methods to achieve socio-economic goals, objectives •  Tussle analysis (meta-method) •  Several methods to implement tussle analysis© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 10
  11. 11. Thank you for your attention! Questions?© 2012 The SESERV Consortium 11