Publication detail

Dynamic Social Trust Associations over D2D Communications: An Implementation Perspective

URAMA, J. OLSHANNIKOVA, E. OMETOV, A. MAŠEK, P. ANDREEV, S. OLSSON, T. HOŠEK, J. NIUTANEN, J. KOUCHERYAVY, Y. MIKKONEN, T.

Original Title

Dynamic Social Trust Associations over D2D Communications: An Implementation Perspective

Czech Title

Dynamic Social Trust Associations over D2D Communications: An Implementation Perspective

English Title

Dynamic Social Trust Associations over D2D Communications: An Implementation Perspective

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Network-assisted device-to-device (D2D) connectivity is a next-generation wireless technology that facilitates direct user contacts in physical proximity while taking advantage of the flexible and ubiquitous control coming from the cellular infrastructure. This novel type of user interactions creates challenges in constructing meaningful proximity-based applications and services that would enjoy high levels of user adoption. However, to enable such adoption a comprehensive understanding of user sociality and trust factors is required together with respective technology enablers for secure D2D communication, especially when cellular control is not available at all times. In this paper, we study an important aspect of social trust associations over proximity-based direct communications technology, with a primary emphasis on developing the corresponding proof-ofconcept implementation. Our developed prototype offers rich functionality for dynamic management of security functions in proximate devices, whenever a new device joins the secure group of users or an existing one leaves it. To evaluate the behavior of our implemented application, we characterize its performance in terms of computation and transmission delays from the user perspective. Additionally, we outline a research roadmap leveraging our technology-related findings to construct a more complete user perspective behind dynamic, social-aware, and trusted user applications and services.

Czech abstract

Network-assisted device-to-device (D2D) connectivity is a next-generation wireless technology that facilitates direct user contacts in physical proximity while taking advantage of the flexible and ubiquitous control coming from the cellular infrastructure. This novel type of user interactions creates challenges in constructing meaningful proximity-based applications and services that would enjoy high levels of user adoption. However, to enable such adoption a comprehensive understanding of user sociality and trust factors is required together with respective technology enablers for secure D2D communication, especially when cellular control is not available at all times. In this paper, we study an important aspect of social trust associations over proximity-based direct communications technology, with a primary emphasis on developing the corresponding proof-ofconcept implementation. Our developed prototype offers rich functionality for dynamic management of security functions in proximate devices, whenever a new device joins the secure group of users or an existing one leaves it. To evaluate the behavior of our implemented application, we characterize its performance in terms of computation and transmission delays from the user perspective. Additionally, we outline a research roadmap leveraging our technology-related findings to construct a more complete user perspective behind dynamic, social-aware, and trusted user applications and services.

English abstract

Network-assisted device-to-device (D2D) connectivity is a next-generation wireless technology that facilitates direct user contacts in physical proximity while taking advantage of the flexible and ubiquitous control coming from the cellular infrastructure. This novel type of user interactions creates challenges in constructing meaningful proximity-based applications and services that would enjoy high levels of user adoption. However, to enable such adoption a comprehensive understanding of user sociality and trust factors is required together with respective technology enablers for secure D2D communication, especially when cellular control is not available at all times. In this paper, we study an important aspect of social trust associations over proximity-based direct communications technology, with a primary emphasis on developing the corresponding proof-ofconcept implementation. Our developed prototype offers rich functionality for dynamic management of security functions in proximate devices, whenever a new device joins the secure group of users or an existing one leaves it. To evaluate the behavior of our implemented application, we characterize its performance in terms of computation and transmission delays from the user perspective. Additionally, we outline a research roadmap leveraging our technology-related findings to construct a more complete user perspective behind dynamic, social-aware, and trusted user applications and services.

Keywords

D2D communication, Proximity, Trust, Security

Released

01.07.2016

Publisher

InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

Location

San Francisco

ISBN

978-1-5090-2625-8

Book

5th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Services

Pages from

186

Pages to

189

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT126622,
  author="Jani {Urama} and Ekaterina {Olshannikova} and Aleksandr {Ometov} and Pavel {Mašek} and Sergey {Andreev} and Thomas {Olsson} and Jiří {Hošek} and Jussi {Niutanen} and Yevgeni {Koucheryavy} and Tommi {Mikkonen}",
  title="Dynamic Social Trust Associations over D2D Communications: An Implementation Perspective",
  annote="Network-assisted device-to-device (D2D) connectivity is a next-generation wireless technology that facilitates direct user contacts in physical proximity while taking advantage of the flexible and ubiquitous control coming from the cellular infrastructure. This novel type of user interactions creates challenges in constructing meaningful proximity-based applications and services that would enjoy high levels of user adoption. However, to enable such adoption a comprehensive understanding of user sociality and trust factors is required together with respective technology enablers for secure D2D communication, especially when cellular control is not available at all times. In this paper, we study an important aspect of social trust associations over proximity-based direct communications technology, with a primary emphasis on developing the corresponding proof-ofconcept implementation. Our developed prototype offers rich functionality for dynamic management of security functions in proximate devices, whenever a new device joins the secure group of users or an existing one leaves it. To evaluate the behavior of our implemented application, we characterize its performance in terms of computation and transmission delays from the user perspective. Additionally, we outline a research
roadmap leveraging our technology-related findings to construct a more complete user perspective behind dynamic, social-aware, and trusted user applications and services.",
  address="InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco",
  booktitle="5th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Services",
  chapter="126622",
  doi="10.1109/MS.2016.40",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco",
  year="2016",
  month="july",
  pages="186--189",
  publisher="InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco",
  type="conference paper"
}