Journals

  1. 5G-CLARITY: 5G-Advanced Private Networks Integrating 5GNR, WiFi, and LiFi
    Tezcan Cogalan, Daniel Camps-Mur, Jesús Gutiérrez, Stefan Videv, Vladica Sark, Jonathan Prados-Garzon, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Hamzeh Khalili, Ferran Cañellas, Adriana Fernández-Fernández, Meysam Goodarzi, Anil Yesilkaya, Rui Bian, Srinivasan Raju, Mir Ghoraishi, Harald Haas, Oscar Adamuz-Hinojosa, Antonio Garcia, Carlos Colman-Meixner, Alain Mourad, Erik Aumayr
    IEEE Communications Magazine, 60 (2), pp. 73-79, 2022, DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.001.2100615. (IF = 9.619, Q1)
    "5G-CLARITY: 5G-Advanced Private Networks Integrating 5GNR, WiFi, and LiFi", Tezcan Cogalan, Daniel Camps-Mur, Jesús Gutiérrez, Stefan Videv, Vladica Sark, Jonathan Prados-Garzon, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Hamzeh Khalili, Ferran Cañellas, Adriana Fernández-Fernández, Meysam Goodarzi, Anil Yesilkaya, Rui Bian, Srinivasan Raju, Mir Ghoraishi, Harald Haas, Oscar Adamuz-Hinojosa, Antonio Garcia, Carlos Colman-Meixner, Alain Mourad, Erik Aumayr, IEEE Communications Magazine, 60 (2), pp. 73-79, 2022. DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.001.2100615
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    @ARTICLE{9722800,
       author={Cogalan, Tezcan and Camps-Mur, Daniel and Gutiérrez, Jesús and Videv, Stefan and Sark, Vladica and Prados-Garzon, Jonathan and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Khalili, Hamzeh and Cañellas, Ferran and Fernández-Fernández, Adriana and Goodarzi, Meysam and Yesilkaya, Anil and Bian, Rui and Raju, Srinivasan and Ghoraishi, Mir and Haas, Harald and Adamuz-Hinojosa, Oscar and Garcia, Antonio and Colman-Meixner, Carlos and Mourad, Alain and Aumayr, Erik}, journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
       title={5G-CLARITY: 5G-Advanced Private Networks Integrating 5GNR, WiFi, and LiFi},
       year={2022},
       volume={60},
       number={2},
       pages={73-79},
       doi={10.1109/MCOM.001.2100615},
       project={5gclarity},
       impact = {(IF = 9.619, Q1)}
    }
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  2. On the Rollout of Network Slicing in Carrier Networks: A Technology Radar
    Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Ameigeiras, Luis M. Contreras, Jesús Folgueira, Diego R. López
    Sensors, 21 (23), 12 2021, DOI: 10.3390/s21238094. (IF=3.275, Q1)
    "On the Rollout of Network Slicing in Carrier Networks: A Technology Radar", Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Ameigeiras, Luis M. Contreras, Jesús Folgueira, Diego R. López, Sensors, 21 (23), 2021. DOI: 10.3390/s21238094
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    Network slicing is a powerful paradigm for network operators to support use cases with widely diverse requirements atop a common infrastructure. As 5G standards are completed, and commercial solutions mature, operators need to start thinking about how to integrate network slicing capabilities in their assets, so that customer-facing solutions can be made available in their portfolio. This integration is, however, not an easy task, due to the heterogeneity of assets that typically exist in carrier networks. In this regard, 5G commercial networks may consist of a number of domains, each with a different technological pace, and built out of products from multiple vendors, including legacy network devices and functions. These multi-technology, multi-vendor and brownfield features constitute a challenge for the operator, which is required to deploy and operate slices across all these domains in order to satisfy the end-to-end nature of the services hosted by these slices. In this context, the only realistic option for operators is to introduce slicing capabilities progressively, following a phased approach in their roll-out. The purpose of this paper is to precisely help designing this kind of plan, by means of a technology radar. The radar identifies a set of solutions enabling network slicing on the individual domains, and classifies these solutions into four rings, each corresponding to a different timeline: (i) as-is ring, covering today’s slicing solutions; (ii) deploy ring, corresponding to solutions available in the short term; (iii) test ring, considering medium-term solutions; and (iv) explore ring, with solutions expected in the long run. This classification is done based on the technical availability of the solutions, together with the foreseen market demands. The value of this radar lies in its ability to provide a complete view of the slicing landscape with one single snapshot, by linking solutions to information that operators may use for decision making in their individual go-to-market strategies.
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    @Article{s21238094,
    AUTHOR = {Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Ameigeiras, Pablo and Contreras, Luis M. and Folgueira, Jesús and López, Diego R.},
    TITLE = {On the Rollout of Network Slicing in Carrier Networks: A Technology Radar},
    JOURNAL = {Sensors},
    VOLUME = {21},
    YEAR = {2021},
    month = {12},
    NUMBER = {23},
    ARTICLE-NUMBER = {8094},
    URL = {https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/21/23/8094},
    PubMedID = {34884098},
    ISSN = {1424-8220},
    ABSTRACT = {Network slicing is a powerful paradigm for network operators to support use cases with widely diverse requirements atop a common infrastructure. As 5G standards are completed, and commercial solutions mature, operators need to start thinking about how to integrate network slicing capabilities in their assets, so that customer-facing solutions can be made available in their portfolio. This integration is, however, not an easy task, due to the heterogeneity of assets that typically exist in carrier networks. In this regard, 5G commercial networks may consist of a number of domains, each with a different technological pace, and built out of products from multiple vendors, including legacy network devices and functions. These multi-technology, multi-vendor and brownfield features constitute a challenge for the operator, which is required to deploy and operate slices across all these domains in order to satisfy the end-to-end nature of the services hosted by these slices. In this context, the only realistic option for operators is to introduce slicing capabilities progressively, following a phased approach in their roll-out. The purpose of this paper is to precisely help designing this kind of plan, by means of a technology radar. The radar identifies a set of solutions enabling network slicing on the individual domains, and classifies these solutions into four rings, each corresponding to a different timeline: (i) as-is ring, covering today’s slicing solutions; (ii) deploy ring, corresponding to solutions available in the short term; (iii) test ring, considering medium-term solutions; and (iv) explore ring, with solutions expected in the long run. This classification is done based on the technical availability of the solutions, together with the foreseen market demands. The value of this radar lies in its ability to provide a complete view of the slicing landscape with one single snapshot, by linking solutions to information that operators may use for decision making in their individual go-to-market strategies.},
    DOI = {10.3390/s21238094},
    project={5gclarity|true5g},
    impact = {(IF=3.275, Q1)}
    }
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  3. 5G Non-Public Networks: Standardization, Architectures and Challenges
    Jonathan Prados-Garzon, Pablo Ameigeiras, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Muñoz, Oscar Adamuz-Hinojosa, Daniel Camps-Mur
    IEEE Access, 9, pp. 153893-153908, 11 2021, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3127482. (IF = 3.367, Q2)
    "5G Non-Public Networks: Standardization, Architectures and Challenges", Jonathan Prados-Garzon, Pablo Ameigeiras, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Muñoz, Oscar Adamuz-Hinojosa, Daniel Camps-Mur, IEEE Access, 9, pp. 153893-153908, 2021. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3127482
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    @ARTICLE{9611236,
       author={Prados-Garzon, Jonathan and Ameigeiras, Pablo and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Muñoz, Pablo and Adamuz-Hinojosa, Oscar and Camps-Mur, Daniel},
       journal={IEEE Access},
       title="5G Non-Public Networks: Standardization, Architectures and Challenges",
       year={2021},
       month={11},
       volume={9},
       number={},
       pages={153893-153908},
       doi={10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3127482},
       project={5gclarity|true5g},
       impact = {(IF = 3.367, Q2)}
    }
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  4. 5Growth: An End-to-End Service Platform for Automated Deployment and Management of Vertical Services over 5G Networks
    Xi Li, Andres Garcia-Saavedra, Xavier Costa-Perez, Carlos J. Bernardos, Carlos Guimarí£es, Kiril Antevski, Josep Mangues-Bafalluy, Jorge Baranda, Engin Zeydan, Daniel Corujo, Paola Iovanna, Giada Landi, Jesus Alonso, Paulo Paixí£o, Hugo Martins, Manuel Lorenzo, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Diego R. López
    IEEE Communications Magazine, 59 (3), pp. 84-90, 2021, DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.001.2000730. (IF=9.030, Q1)
    "5Growth: An End-to-End Service Platform for Automated Deployment and Management of Vertical Services over 5G Networks", Xi Li, Andres Garcia-Saavedra, Xavier Costa-Perez, Carlos J. Bernardos, Carlos Guimarí£es, Kiril Antevski, Josep Mangues-Bafalluy, Jorge Baranda, Engin Zeydan, Daniel Corujo, Paola Iovanna, Giada Landi, Jesus Alonso, Paulo Paixí£o, Hugo Martins, Manuel Lorenzo, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Diego R. López, IEEE Communications Magazine, 59 (3), pp. 84-90, 2021. DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.001.2000730
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    This article introduces the key innovations of the 5Growth service platform to empower vertical industries with an AI-driven automated 5G end-to-end slicing solution that allows industries to achieve their service requirements. Specifically, we present multiple vertical pilots (Industry 4.0, transportation, and energy), identify the key 5G requirements to enable them, and analyze existing technical and functional gaps as compared to current solutions. Based on the identified gaps, we propose a set of innovations to address them with: (i) support of 3GPP-based RAN slices by introducing a RAN slicing model and providing automated RAN orchestration and control; (ii) an AI-driven closed-loop for automated service management with service level agreement assurance; and (iii) multi-domain solutions to expand service offerings by aggregating services and resources from different provider domains and also enable the integration of private 5G networks with public networks.
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    @ARTICLE{9422344,
      author={Li, Xi and Garcia-Saavedra, Andres and Costa-Perez, Xavier and Bernardos, Carlos J. and Guimarí£es, Carlos and Antevski, Kiril and Mangues-Bafalluy, Josep and Baranda, Jorge and Zeydan, Engin and Corujo, Daniel and Iovanna, Paola and Landi, Giada and Alonso, Jesus and Paixí£o, Paulo and Martins, Hugo and Lorenzo, Manuel and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and López, Diego R.},
      journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
      title={5Growth: An End-to-End Service Platform for Automated Deployment and Management of Vertical Services over 5G Networks},
      abstract={This article introduces the key innovations of the 5Growth service platform to empower vertical industries with an AI-driven automated 5G end-to-end slicing solution that allows industries to achieve their service requirements. Specifically, we present multiple vertical pilots (Industry 4.0, transportation, and energy), identify the key 5G requirements to enable them, and analyze existing technical and functional gaps as compared to current solutions. Based on the identified gaps, we propose a set of innovations to address them with: (i) support of 3GPP-based RAN slices by introducing a RAN slicing model and providing automated RAN orchestration and control; (ii) an AI-driven closed-loop for automated service management with service level agreement assurance; and (iii) multi-domain solutions to expand service offerings by aggregating services and resources from different provider domains and also enable the integration of private 5G networks with public networks.},
      year={2021},
      volume={59},
      number={3},
      pages={84-90},
      doi={10.1109/MCOM.001.2000730},
      impact = {(IF=9.030, Q1)}}
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  5. Multi-Domain Solutions for the Deployment of Private 5G Networks
    Xi Li, Carlos Guimarí£es, Giada Landi, Juan Brenes, Josep Mangues-Bafalluy, Jorge Baranda, Daniel Corujo, Vitor Cunha, Joí£o Fonseca, Joí£o Alegria, Aitor Zabala Orive, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Paola Iovanna, Carlos J. Bernardos, Alain Mourad, Xavier Costa-Pérez
    IEEE Access, 9, pp. 106865-106884, 2021, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3100120. (IF=3.476, Q2)
    "Multi-Domain Solutions for the Deployment of Private 5G Networks", Xi Li, Carlos Guimarí£es, Giada Landi, Juan Brenes, Josep Mangues-Bafalluy, Jorge Baranda, Daniel Corujo, Vitor Cunha, Joí£o Fonseca, Joí£o Alegria, Aitor Zabala Orive, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Paola Iovanna, Carlos J. Bernardos, Alain Mourad, Xavier Costa-Pérez, IEEE Access, 9, pp. 106865-106884, 2021. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3100120
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    Private 5G networks have become a popular choice of various vertical industries to build dedicated and secure wireless networks in industry environments to deploy their services with enhanced service flexibility and device connectivity to foster industry digitalization. This article proposes multiple multi-domain solutions to deploy private 5G networks for vertical industries across their local premises and interconnecting them with the public networks. Such scenarios open up a new market segment for various stakeholders, and break the current operators' business and service provisioning models. This, in turn, demands new interactions among the different stakeholders across their administrative domains. To this aim, three distinct levels of multi-domain solutions for deploying vertical's 5G private networks are proposed in this work, which can support interactions at different layers among various stakeholders, allowing for distinct levels of service exposure and control. Building on a set of industry verticals (comprising Industry 4.0, Transportation and Energy), different deployment models are analyzed and the proposed multi-domain solutions are applied. These solutions are implemented and validated through two proof-of-concept prototypes integrating a 5G private network platform (5Growth platform) with public ones. These solutions are being implemented in three vertical pilots conducted with real industry verticals. The obtained results demonstrated the feasibility of the proposed multi-domain solutions applied at the three layers of the system enabling various levels of interactions among the different stakeholders. The achieved end-to-end service instantiation time across multiple domains is in the range of minutes, where the delay impact caused by the resultant multi-domain interactions is considerably low. The proposed multi-domain approaches offer generic solutions and standard interfaces to support the different private network deployment models.
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    @ARTICLE{9496666,
      author={Li, Xi and Guimarí£es, Carlos and Landi, Giada and Brenes, Juan and Mangues-Bafalluy, Josep and Baranda, Jorge and Corujo, Daniel and Cunha, Vitor and Fonseca, Joí£o and Alegria, Joí£o and Orive, Aitor Zabala and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Iovanna, Paola and Bernardos, Carlos J. and Mourad, Alain and Costa-Pérez, Xavier},
      journal={IEEE Access},
      title={Multi-Domain Solutions for the Deployment of Private 5G Networks},
      abstract={Private 5G networks have become a popular choice of various vertical industries to build dedicated and secure wireless networks in industry environments to deploy their services with enhanced service flexibility and device connectivity to foster industry digitalization. This article proposes multiple multi-domain solutions to deploy private 5G networks for vertical industries across their local premises and interconnecting them with the public networks. Such scenarios open up a new market segment for various stakeholders, and break the current operators' business and service provisioning models. This, in turn, demands new interactions among the different stakeholders across their administrative domains. To this aim, three distinct levels of multi-domain solutions for deploying vertical's 5G private networks are proposed in this work, which can support interactions at different layers among various stakeholders, allowing for distinct levels of service exposure and control. Building on a set of industry verticals (comprising Industry 4.0, Transportation and Energy), different deployment models are analyzed and the proposed multi-domain solutions are applied. These solutions are implemented and validated through two proof-of-concept prototypes integrating a 5G private network platform (5Growth platform) with public ones. These solutions are being implemented in three vertical pilots conducted with real industry verticals. The obtained results demonstrated the feasibility of the proposed multi-domain solutions applied at the three layers of the system enabling various levels of interactions among the different stakeholders. The achieved end-to-end service instantiation time across multiple domains is in the range of minutes, where the delay impact caused by the resultant multi-domain interactions is considerably low. The proposed multi-domain approaches offer generic solutions and standard interfaces to support the different private network deployment models.},
      year={2021},
      volume={9},
      number={},
      pages={106865-106884},
      doi={10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3100120},
      impact = {(IF=3.476, Q2)}}
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  6. Harmonizing 3GPP and NFV Description Models: Providing Customized RAN Slices in 5G Networks
    O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, P. Muñoz, J. Ordonez-Lucena, J. J. Ramos-Munoz, J. M. Lopez-Soler
    IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, 14 (4), pp. 64-75, Dec 2019, DOI: 10.1109/MVT.2019.2936168. (IF=7.921, Q1)
    "Harmonizing 3GPP and NFV Description Models: Providing Customized RAN Slices in 5G Networks", O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, P. Muñoz, J. Ordonez-Lucena, J. J. Ramos-Munoz, J. M. Lopez-Soler, IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, 14 (4), pp. 64-75, 2019. DOI: 10.1109/MVT.2019.2936168
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    The standardization of radio access networks (RANs) in mobile networks has traditionally been led by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). However, the emergence of RAN slicing has introduced new aspects that fall outside the 3GPP scope. Among them, network virtualization enables the particularization of multiple behaviors over a common physical infrastructure. Using virtualized network functions (VNFs) that comprise customized radio functionalities, each virtualized RAN (i.e., RAN slice) could meet its specific requirements. Although the 3GPP specifies the description model to manage RAN slices, it can neither particularize the behavior of a RAN slice nor leverage the network function virtualization (NFV) descriptors to define how its VNFs can accommodate its spatial and temporal traffic demands. In this article, we propose a description model that harmonizes 3GPP and the European Telecommunication Standard Institute (ETSI)-NFV Group viewpoints to manage RAN slices. The proposed model enables the translation of RAN slice requirements into customized, virtualized radio functionalities defined through NFV descriptors. To clarify this proposal, we provide an example describing three RAN slices with disruptive requirements following our solution.
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    @ARTICLE{8854309,  author={O. {Adamuz-Hinojosa} and P. {Muñoz} and J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and J. J. {Ramos-Munoz} and J. M. {Lopez-Soler}},  journal={IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine},   title={Harmonizing 3GPP and NFV Description Models: Providing Customized RAN Slices in 5G Networks},   year={2019},  volume={14},  number={4},  pages={64-75},  abstract={The standardization of radio access networks (RANs) in mobile networks has traditionally been led by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). However, the emergence of RAN slicing has introduced new aspects that fall outside the 3GPP scope. Among them, network virtualization enables the particularization of multiple behaviors over a common physical infrastructure. Using virtualized network functions (VNFs) that comprise customized radio functionalities, each virtualized RAN (i.e., RAN slice) could meet its specific requirements. Although the 3GPP specifies the description model to manage RAN slices, it can neither particularize the behavior of a RAN slice nor leverage the network function virtualization (NFV) descriptors to define how its VNFs can accommodate its spatial and temporal traffic demands. In this article, we propose a description model that harmonizes 3GPP and the European Telecommunication Standard Institute (ETSI)-NFV Group viewpoints to manage RAN slices. The proposed model enables the translation of RAN slice requirements into customized, virtualized radio functionalities defined through NFV descriptors. To clarify this proposal, we provide an example describing three RAN slices with disruptive requirements following our solution.},  keywords={3GPP;Biological system modeling;5G mobile communication;Virtualization;Vehicular and wireless technologies;Radio access networks},  doi={10.1109/MVT.2019.2936168},  ISSN={1556-6080},  month={Dec},impact={(IF=7.921, Q1)}, project={5gcity}, pdf={https://digibug.ugr.es/handle/10481/68200}}
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  7. Automated Network Service Scaling in NFV: Concepts, Mechanisms and Scaling Workflow
    Oscar Adamuz-Hinojosa, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Ameigeiras, Juan J. Ramos-Munoz, Diego Lopez, Jesus Folgueira
    IEEE Communications Magazine, 56 (7), pp. 162-169, July 2018, DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.2018.1701336. (IF=10.356, Q1)
    "Automated Network Service Scaling in NFV: Concepts, Mechanisms and Scaling Workflow", Oscar Adamuz-Hinojosa, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Ameigeiras, Juan J. Ramos-Munoz, Diego Lopez, Jesus Folgueira, IEEE Communications Magazine, 56 (7), pp. 162-169, 2018. DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.2018.1701336
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    Next-generation systems are anticipated to be digital platforms supporting innovative services with rapidly changing traffic patterns. To cope with this dynamicity in a cost-efficient manner, operators need advanced service management capabilities such as those provided by NFV. NFV enables operators to scale network services with higher granularity and agility than today. To this end, automation is key. In search of this automation, ETSI has defined a reference NFV framework that makes use of model-driven templates called NSDs to operate network services. For the scaling operation, an NSD defines a discrete set of instantiation levels among which a network service instance can be resized throughout its life cycle. Thus, the design of these levels is key for ensuring effective scaling. In this article, we provide an overview of the automation of the network service scaling operation in NFV, addressing the options and boundaries introduced by ETSI normative specifications. We start by providing a description of the NSD structure, focusing on how instantiation levels are constructed. For illustrative purposes, we propose an NSD for a representative network service. This NSD includes different instantiation levels that enable different ways to automatically scale this network service. Then we show the different scaling procedures the NFV framework has available, and how it may automate their triggering. Finally, we propose an ETSI-compliant workflow to describe in detail a representative scaling procedure. This workflow clarifies the interactions and information exchanges between the functional blocks in the NFV framework when performing the scaling operation.
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    @ARTICLE{OscarScaling2018,
      author={Adamuz-Hinojosa, Oscar and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Ameigeiras, Pablo and Ramos-Munoz, Juan J. and Lopez, Diego and Folgueira, Jesus},
      journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
      title={Automated Network Service Scaling in NFV: Concepts, Mechanisms and Scaling Workflow},
      year={2018},
      volume={56},
      number={7},
      pages={162-169},
      abstract={Next-generation systems are anticipated to be digital platforms supporting innovative services with rapidly changing traffic patterns. To cope with this dynamicity in a cost-efficient manner, operators need advanced service management capabilities such as those provided by NFV. NFV enables operators to scale network services with higher granularity and agility than today. To this end, automation is key. In search of this automation, ETSI has defined a reference NFV framework that makes use of model-driven templates called NSDs to operate network services. For the scaling operation, an NSD defines a discrete set of instantiation levels among which a network service instance can be resized throughout its life cycle. Thus, the design of these levels is key for ensuring effective scaling. In this article, we provide an overview of the automation of the network service scaling operation in NFV, addressing the options and boundaries introduced by ETSI normative specifications. We start by providing a description of the NSD structure, focusing on how instantiation levels are constructed. For illustrative purposes, we propose an NSD for a representative network service. This NSD includes different instantiation levels that enable different ways to automatically scale this network service. Then we show the different scaling procedures the NFV framework has available, and how it may automate their triggering. Finally, we propose an ETSI-compliant workflow to describe in detail a representative scaling procedure. This workflow clarifies the interactions and information exchanges between the functional blocks in the NFV framework when performing the scaling operation.},
      keywords={},
      doi={10.1109/MCOM.2018.1701336},
      ISSN={1558-1896},
      month={July},
      impact = {(IF=10.356, Q1)},
      project={5gcity}, pdf={https://digibug.ugr.es/handle/10481/68205}
    }
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  8. Network Slicing for 5G with SDN/NFV: Concepts, Architectures, and Challenges
    Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Ameigeiras, Diego Lopez, Juan J. Ramos-Munoz, Javier Lorca, Jesus Folgueira
    IEEE Communications Magazine, 55 (5), pp. 80-87, 2017, DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.2017.1600935. (IF=9.270, Q1)
    "Network Slicing for 5G with SDN/NFV: Concepts, Architectures, and Challenges", Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Pablo Ameigeiras, Diego Lopez, Juan J. Ramos-Munoz, Javier Lorca, Jesus Folgueira, IEEE Communications Magazine, 55 (5), pp. 80-87, 2017. DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.2017.1600935
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    @ARTICLE{7926921,
      author={Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Ameigeiras, Pablo and Lopez, Diego and Ramos-Munoz, Juan J. and Lorca, Javier and Folgueira, Jesus},
      journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
      title={Network Slicing for 5G with SDN/NFV: Concepts, Architectures, and Challenges},
      year={2017},
      volume={55},
      number={5},
      pages={80-87},
      doi={10.1109/MCOM.2017.1600935},
      impact={(IF=9.270, Q1)}, project={5gcity}, pdf={https://digibug.ugr.es/handle/10481/45368}}
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Conferences & Workshops

  1. On Slice Isolation Options in the Transport Network and Associated Feasibility Indicators
    Luis M. Contreras, Jose Ordonez-Lucena
    2021 IEEE 7th International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft), pp. 201-205, 2021, DOI: 10.1109/NetSoft51509.2021.9492546.
    "On Slice Isolation Options in the Transport Network and Associated Feasibility Indicators", Luis M. Contreras, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, "2021 IEEE 7th International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft)", pp. 201-205, 2021. DOI: 10.1109/NetSoft51509.2021.9492546
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    @INPROCEEDINGS{9492546,
      author={Contreras, Luis M. and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose},
      booktitle={2021 IEEE 7th International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft)},
      title={On Slice Isolation Options in the Transport Network and Associated Feasibility Indicators},
      year={2021},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={201-205},
      doi={10.1109/NetSoft51509.2021.9492546}}
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  2. 5G-CLARITY: Integrating 5GNR, WiFi and LiFi in Private Networks with Slicing Support
    D. Camps-Mur, M. Ghoraishi, J. Gutierrez, J. Ordonez-Lucena, T. Cogalan, H. Haas, A. Garcia, V. Sark, E. Aumayr S. Meer, S. Yan, A. Mourad, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, J. Perez-Romero, M. Granda, R. Bian
    2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC), Dubrovnik, Croatia, pp. 1-2, Jun 2020.
    "5G-CLARITY: Integrating 5GNR, WiFi and LiFi in Private Networks with Slicing Support", D. Camps-Mur, M. Ghoraishi, J. Gutierrez, J. Ordonez-Lucena, T. Cogalan, H. Haas, A. Garcia, V. Sark, E. Aumayr S. Meer, S. Yan, A. Mourad, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, J. Perez-Romero, M. Granda, R. Bian, "2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC), Dubrovnik, Croatia", pp. 1-2, 2020
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    This paper introduces 5G-CLARITY, a 5G-PPP project exploring beyond 5G private networks integrating heterogeneous wireless access including 5GNR, WiFi, and LiFi. The project targets enhancements to current 5GNR performance including multi-connectivity and indoor positioning accuracy. It also develops novel management enablers that allow to operate the private network with a high level intent interface, while being able to natively embed Machine Learning (ML) functions.
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    @INPROCEEDINGS{Oscar5G-CLARITYEuCNC,
    author={D. {Camps-Mur} and  M. {Ghoraishi} and J. {Gutierrez} and J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and T. {Cogalan} and H. {Haas} and A. {Garcia} and V. {Sark} and E. {Aumayr} S. {Meer} and S. {Yan} and A. {Mourad} and O. {Adamuz-Hinojosa} and J. {Perez-Romero} and M. {Granda} and R. {Bian} },
    booktitle={2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC), Dubrovnik, Croatia},
    title={5G-CLARITY: Integrating 5GNR, WiFi and LiFi in Private Networks with Slicing Support},
    year={2020},
    volume={},
    number={},
    pages={1-2},
    abstract={This paper introduces 5G-CLARITY, a 5G-PPP project exploring beyond 5G private networks integrating heterogeneous wireless access including 5GNR, WiFi, and LiFi. The project targets enhancements to current 5GNR performance including multi-connectivity and indoor positioning accuracy. It also develops novel management enablers that allow to operate the private network with a high level intent interface, while being able to natively embed Machine Learning (ML) functions.},
    keywords={5G; ML; WiFi;; LiFi; private networks; SDN; NFV},
    doi={},
    ISSN={},
    month={Jun},
    project={5gclarity}
    }
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  3. Collaborated Closed Loops for Autonomous End-to-End Service Management in 5G
    Min Xie, Pedro Henrique Gomes, Janos Harmatos, Jose Ordonez-Lucena
    2020 IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks (NFV-SDN), pp. 64-70, 2020, DOI: 10.1109/NFV-SDN50289.2020.9289902.
    "Collaborated Closed Loops for Autonomous End-to-End Service Management in 5G", Min Xie, Pedro Henrique Gomes, Janos Harmatos, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, "2020 IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks (NFV-SDN)", pp. 64-70, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/NFV-SDN50289.2020.9289902
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{9289902,
      author={Xie, Min and Gomes, Pedro Henrique and Harmatos, Janos and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose},
      booktitle={2020 IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks (NFV-SDN)},
      title={Collaborated Closed Loops for Autonomous End-to-End Service Management in 5G},
      year={2020},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={64-70},
      doi={10.1109/NFV-SDN50289.2020.9289902}}
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  4. Provisioning Private 5G Networks by Means of Network Slicing: Architectures and Challenges
    Wint Yi Poe, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Kashif Mahmood
    2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops), pp. 1-6, 2020, DOI: 10.1109/ICCWorkshops49005.2020.9145055.
    "Provisioning Private 5G Networks by Means of Network Slicing: Architectures and Challenges", Wint Yi Poe, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Kashif Mahmood, "2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)", pp. 1-6, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/ICCWorkshops49005.2020.9145055
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{9145055,
      author={Poe, Wint Yi and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Mahmood, Kashif},
      booktitle={2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)},
      title={Provisioning Private 5G Networks by Means of Network Slicing: Architectures and Challenges},
      year={2020},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={1-6},
      doi={10.1109/ICCWorkshops49005.2020.9145055}}
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  5. The Isolation Concept in the 5G Network Slicing
    Andres J. Gonzalez, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Bjarne E. Helvik, Gianfranco Nencioni, Min Xie, Diego R. Lopez, Pí¥l Grí¸nsund
    2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC), pp. 12-16, 2020, DOI: 10.1109/EuCNC48522.2020.9200939.
    "The Isolation Concept in the 5G Network Slicing", Andres J. Gonzalez, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Bjarne E. Helvik, Gianfranco Nencioni, Min Xie, Diego R. Lopez, Pí¥l Grí¸nsund, "2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)", pp. 12-16, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/EuCNC48522.2020.9200939
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{9200939,
      author={Gonzalez, Andres J. and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Helvik, Bjarne E. and Nencioni, Gianfranco and Xie, Min and Lopez, Diego R. and Grí¸nsund, Pí¥l},
      booktitle={2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)},
      title={The Isolation Concept in the 5G Network Slicing},
      year={2020},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={12-16},
      doi={10.1109/EuCNC48522.2020.9200939}}
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  6. Modeling Network Slice as a Service in a Multi-Vendor 5G Experimentation Ecosystem
    Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Christos Tranoris, Joí£o Rodrigues
    2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops), pp. 1-6, 2020, DOI: 10.1109/ICCWorkshops49005.20.
    "Modeling Network Slice as a Service in a Multi-Vendor 5G Experimentation Ecosystem", Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Christos Tranoris, Joí£o Rodrigues, "2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)", pp. 1-6, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/ICCWorkshops49005.20
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{9145225,
      author={Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Tranoris, Christos and Rodrigues, Joí£o},
      booktitle={2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)},
      title={Modeling Network Slice as a Service in a Multi-Vendor 5G Experimentation Ecosystem},
      year={2020},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={1-6},
      doi={10.1109/ICCWorkshops49005.20}}
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  7. Exploiting Case Based Reasoning to Automate Management of Network Slices
    Pedro Martinez-Julia, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Ved P. Kafle, Hitoshi Asaeda, Diego Lopez
    NOMS 2020 - 2020 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium, pp. 1-6, 2020, DOI: 10.1109/NOMS47738.2020.9110423.
    "Exploiting Case Based Reasoning to Automate Management of Network Slices", Pedro Martinez-Julia, Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Ved P. Kafle, Hitoshi Asaeda, Diego Lopez, "NOMS 2020 - 2020 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium", pp. 1-6, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/NOMS47738.2020.9110423
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{9110423,
      author={Martinez-Julia, Pedro and Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Kafle, Ved P. and Asaeda, Hitoshi and Lopez, Diego},
      booktitle={NOMS 2020 - 2020 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium},
      title={Exploiting Case Based Reasoning to Automate Management of Network Slices},
      year={2020},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={1-6},
      doi={10.1109/NOMS47738.2020.9110423}}
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  8. Cross-domain Slice Orchestration for Advanced Vertical Trials in a Multi-Vendor 5G Facility
    Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Christos Tranoris, Joí£o Rodrigues, Luis M. Contreras
    2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC), pp. 40-45, 2020, DOI: 10.1109/EuCNC48522.2020.9200940.
    "Cross-domain Slice Orchestration for Advanced Vertical Trials in a Multi-Vendor 5G Facility", Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Christos Tranoris, Joí£o Rodrigues, Luis M. Contreras, "2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)", pp. 40-45, 2020. DOI: 10.1109/EuCNC48522.2020.9200940
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{9200940,
      author={Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Tranoris, Christos and Rodrigues, Joí£o and Contreras, Luis M.},
      booktitle={2020 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)},
      title={Cross-domain Slice Orchestration for Advanced Vertical Trials in a Multi-Vendor 5G Facility},
      year={2020},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={40-45},
      doi={10.1109/EuCNC48522.2020.9200940}}
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  9. The use of 5G Non-Public Networks to support Industry 4.0 scenarios
    Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Jesús Folgueira Chavarria, Luis M. Contreras, Antonio Pastor
    2019 IEEE Conference on Standards for Communications and Networking (CSCN), pp. 1-7, 2019, DOI: 10.1109/CSCN.2019.8931325.
    "The use of 5G Non-Public Networks to support Industry 4.0 scenarios", Jose Ordonez-Lucena, Jesús Folgueira Chavarria, Luis M. Contreras, Antonio Pastor, "2019 IEEE Conference on Standards for Communications and Networking (CSCN)", pp. 1-7, 2019. DOI: 10.1109/CSCN.2019.8931325
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{8931325,
      author={Ordonez-Lucena, Jose and Chavarria, Jesús Folgueira and Contreras, Luis M. and Pastor, Antonio},
      booktitle={2019 IEEE Conference on Standards for Communications and Networking (CSCN)},
      title={The use of 5G Non-Public Networks to support Industry 4.0 scenarios},
      year={2019},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={1-7},
      doi={10.1109/CSCN.2019.8931325}}
    close

  10. The Creation Phase in Network Slicing: From a Service Order to an Operative Network Slice
    J. Ordonez-Lucena, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, P. Ameigeiras, P. Muñoz, J. J. Ramos-Muñoz, J. F. Chavarria, D. Lopez
    2018 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC), pp. 1-36, June 2018, DOI: 10.1109/EuCNC.2018.8443255.
    "The Creation Phase in Network Slicing: From a Service Order to an Operative Network Slice", J. Ordonez-Lucena, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, P. Ameigeiras, P. Muñoz, J. J. Ramos-Muñoz, J. F. Chavarria, D. Lopez, "2018 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)", pp. 1-36, 2018. DOI: 10.1109/EuCNC.2018.8443255
    close
    Network slicing is considered a key mechanism to serve the multitude of tenants (e.g. vertical industries) targeted by forthcoming 5G systems in a flexible and cost-efficient manner. In this paper, we present a SDN/NFV architecture with multi-tenancy support. This architecture enables a network slice provider to deploy network slice instances for multiple tenants on-the-fly, and simultaneously provision them with isolation guarantees. Following the Network Slice as-a-Service delivery model, a tenant may access a Service Catalog, selecting the slice that best fits its needs and ordering its deployment. This work provides a detailed view on the stages that a network slice provider must follow to deploy the ordered network slice instance, accommodating it into a multi-domain infrastructure, and putting it operative for tenant's consumption. These stages address critical issues identified in the literature, including (i) the mapping from high-level service requirements to network functions and infrastructure requirements, (ii) the admission control, and (iii) the specific information a network slice descriptor should have. With the proposed architecture and the recommended set of stages, network slice providers can deploy (and later operate) slice instances with great agility, flexibility, and full automation.
    close
    @INPROCEEDINGS{8443255,
      author={J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and O. {Adamuz-Hinojosa} and P. {Ameigeiras} and P. {Muñoz} and J. J. {Ramos-Muñoz} and J. F. {Chavarria} and D. {Lopez}},
      booktitle={2018 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)},
      title={The Creation Phase in Network Slicing: From a Service Order to an Operative Network Slice},
      year={2018},
      volume={},
      number={},
      pages={1-36},
      abstract={Network slicing is considered a key mechanism to serve the multitude of tenants (e.g. vertical industries) targeted by forthcoming 5G systems in a flexible and cost-efficient manner. In this paper, we present a SDN/NFV architecture with multi-tenancy support. This architecture enables a network slice provider to deploy network slice instances for multiple tenants on-the-fly, and simultaneously provision them with isolation guarantees. Following the Network Slice as-a-Service delivery model, a tenant may access a Service Catalog, selecting the slice that best fits its needs and ordering its deployment. This work provides a detailed view on the stages that a network slice provider must follow to deploy the ordered network slice instance, accommodating it into a multi-domain infrastructure, and putting it operative for tenant's consumption. These stages address critical issues identified in the literature, including (i) the mapping from high-level service requirements to network functions and infrastructure requirements, (ii) the admission control, and (iii) the specific information a network slice descriptor should have. With the proposed architecture and the recommended set of stages, network slice providers can deploy (and later operate) slice instances with great agility, flexibility, and full automation.},
      keywords={5G mobile communication;quality of service;software defined networking;telecommunication congestion control;virtualisation;admission control;multidomain infrastructure;service catalog;network slice as-a-service delivery;SDN-NFV architecture;5G systems;operative network slice;network slice descriptor;ordered network slice instance;network slice provider;Network slicing;Computer architecture;Business;Europe;Wide area networks;Containers;Industries;Network Slicing;SDN;NFV;Service Catalog;Slice Instance Creation},
      doi={10.1109/EuCNC.2018.8443255},
      ISSN={2575-4912},
      month={June}, project={5gcity}, pdf={https://digibug.ugr.es/handle/10481/68204}
    }
    close


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  1. Project H2020 5G-CLARITY (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D5.1. Specification of use cases and demonstration plan
    M. Ghoraishi, D. Camps-Mur, H. Khalili, V. Sark, J. Gutierrez, T. Cogalan, S. Yan, C. Colman-Meixner, H. Falaki, A. Emami, A. Garcia, J. A. Amoros, M. A. Granda, J. Navarro-Ortiz, J. J. Ramos-Munoz, R. Bian, E. Poves, S. Videv, J. Ordonez-Lucena, M. Ghoraishi
    "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D5.1. Specification of use cases and demonstration plan", M. Ghoraishi, D. Camps-Mur, H. Khalili, V. Sark, J. Gutierrez, T. Cogalan, S. Yan, C. Colman-Meixner, H. Falaki, A. Emami, A. Garcia, J. A. Amoros, M. A. Granda, J. Navarro-Ortiz, J. J. Ramos-Munoz, R. Bian, E. Poves, S. Videv, J. Ordonez-Lucena, M. Ghoraishi, 5G-CLARITY, 2021
    close
    @techreport{5GCLARITYD51,
      author      = "M. Ghoraishi and D. {Camps-Mur} and H. Khalili and V. Sark and J. Gutierrez and T. Cogalan and S. Yan and C. {Colman-Meixner} and H. Falaki and A. Emami and A. Garcia and J. A. Amoros and M. A. Granda and J. {Navarro-Ortiz} and J. J. {Ramos-Munoz} and R. Bian and E. Poves and S. Videv and J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and M. Ghoraishi",
      title       = "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D5.1. Specification of use cases and demonstration plan",
      institution = "5G-CLARITY",
      year        = "2021",
      type        = "deliverable",
      month       = "Feb",
      URL         = {https://www.5gclarity.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/5G-CLARITY_D51.pdf},
      project     = {5gclarity}
    }
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  2. Project H2020 5G-CLARITY (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D4.1. Initial design of the SDN/NFV platform and identification of target 5G-CLARITY ML algorithms
    D. Camps-Mur, H. Khalili, E. Aumayr, S. Meer, P. Ameigeiras, J. Prados-Garzon, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, L. Chinchilla, P. Muñoz, A. Mourad, I. Hemadeh, T. Cogalan, M. Goodarzi, J. Gutierrez, V. Sark, N. Odhah, R. Bian, S. Videv, A. Garcia, C. Colman-Meixner, S. Yan, X. Zou, J. Perez-Romero, O. Sallent, I. Vila, R. Ferrus, J. Ordonez-Lucena, M. Ghoraishi
    "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D4.1. Initial design of the SDN/NFV platform and identification of target 5G-CLARITY ML algorithms", D. Camps-Mur, H. Khalili, E. Aumayr, S. Meer, P. Ameigeiras, J. Prados-Garzon, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, L. Chinchilla, P. Muñoz, A. Mourad, I. Hemadeh, T. Cogalan, M. Goodarzi, J. Gutierrez, V. Sark, N. Odhah, R. Bian, S. Videv, A. Garcia, C. Colman-Meixner, S. Yan, X. Zou, J. Perez-Romero, O. Sallent, I. Vila, R. Ferrus, J. Ordonez-Lucena, M. Ghoraishi, 5G-CLARITY, 2020
    close
    @techreport{5GCLARITYD41,
      author      = "D. {Camps-Mur} and H. Khalili and E. Aumayr and S. Meer and P. Ameigeiras and J. {Prados-Garzon} and O. {Adamuz-Hinojosa} and L. Chinchilla and P. Muñoz and A. Mourad and I. Hemadeh and T. Cogalan and M. Goodarzi and J. Gutierrez and V. Sark and N. Odhah and R. Bian and S. Videv and A. Garcia and C. {Colman-Meixner} and S. Yan and X. Zou and J. {Perez-Romero} and O. Sallent and I. Vila and R. Ferrus and J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and M. Ghoraishi",
      title       = "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D4.1. Initial design of the {SDN}/{NFV} platform and identification of target {5G-CLARITY} {ML} algorithms",
      institution = "5G-CLARITY",
      year        = "2020",
      type        = "deliverable",
      month       = "Oct",
      URL         = {https://www.5gclarity.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/5G-CLARITY_D41.pdf},
      project     = {5gclarity}
    }
    close

  3. Project H2020 5G-CLARITY (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D2.2. Primary system architecture
    J. Ordonez-Lucena, D. Camps-Mur, H. Khalili, A. Garcia, A. Mourad, I. Hemadeh, J. P. Kainulainen, P. Ameigeiras, J. Prados-Garzon, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, T. Cogalan, R. Bian, E. Aumayr, S. Meer, C. Colman, S. Yan, H. Frank, A. Emami, J. Gutierrez, V. Sark, M. Ghoraishi
    "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D2.2. Primary system architecture", J. Ordonez-Lucena, D. Camps-Mur, H. Khalili, A. Garcia, A. Mourad, I. Hemadeh, J. P. Kainulainen, P. Ameigeiras, J. Prados-Garzon, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, T. Cogalan, R. Bian, E. Aumayr, S. Meer, C. Colman, S. Yan, H. Frank, A. Emami, J. Gutierrez, V. Sark, M. Ghoraishi, 5G-CLARITY, 2020
    close
    @techreport{5GCLARITYD22,
      author      = "J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and D. {Camps-Mur} and H. Khalili and A. Garcia and A. Mourad and I. Hemadeh and J. P. Kainulainen and P. Ameigeiras and J. {Prados-Garzon} and O. {Adamuz-Hinojosa} and T. Cogalan and R. Bian and E. Aumayr and S. Meer and C. Colman and S. Yan and H. Frank and A. Emami and J. Gutierrez and V. Sark and M. Ghoraishi",
      title       = "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D2.2. Primary system architecture",
      institution = "5G-CLARITY",
      year        = "2020",
      type        = "deliverable",
      month       = "Oct",
      URL         = {https://www.5gclarity.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/5G-CLARITY_D22.pdf},
      project     = {5gclarity}
    }
    close

  4. Project H2020 5G-CLARITY (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D6.1. Plan for explotation and dissemination of the project results
    J. M. Lopez-Soler, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, J. Navarro-Ortiz, L. Chinchilla-Romero, J. Prados-Garzon, J. Ordonez-Lucena, G. Rigazzi, U. Olvera-Hernandez, D. Camps-Mur, A. Garcia, T. Cogalan, S. Yan, R. Bian, E. Aumayr, M. A. Granda, J. Gutierrez-Teran, M. Ghoraishi
    "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D6.1. Plan for explotation and dissemination of the project results", J. M. Lopez-Soler, O. Adamuz-Hinojosa, J. Navarro-Ortiz, L. Chinchilla-Romero, J. Prados-Garzon, J. Ordonez-Lucena, G. Rigazzi, U. Olvera-Hernandez, D. Camps-Mur, A. Garcia, T. Cogalan, S. Yan, R. Bian, E. Aumayr, M. A. Granda, J. Gutierrez-Teran, M. Ghoraishi, 5G-CLARITY, 2020
    close
    @techreport{5GCLARITYD61,
      author      = "J. M. {Lopez-Soler} and O. {Adamuz-Hinojosa} and J. {Navarro-Ortiz} and L. {Chinchilla-Romero} and J. {Prados-Garzon} and J. {Ordonez-Lucena} and G. {Rigazzi} and U. {Olvera-Hernandez} and D. {Camps-Mur} and A. {Garcia} and T. {Cogalan} and S. {Yan} and R. {Bian} and E. {Aumayr} and M. A. {Granda} and J. {Gutierrez-Teran} and M. Ghoraishi",
      title       = "Project H2020 5G-CLARITY  (Grant No. 871428): Deliverable D6.1. Plan for explotation and dissemination of the project results",
      institution = "5G-CLARITY",
      year        = "2020",
      type        = "deliverable",
      month       = "Jan",
      URL         = {https://www.5gclarity.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/5G-CLARITY_D61.pdf},
      project     = {5gclarity}
    }
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