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5GCroCo Lunchtime Webinar: Result Confidence Assessment and Trial Planning
29 March 2021 @ 12:00 - 13:30 CEST
Lunchtime Webinar Nr.1
Welcome to the first in a planned series of 5GCroco Lunchtime Webinars. These webinars will address different aspects of the technical work of the 5GCroco project in detail with some time for questions and discussions on the work presented.
Result Confidence Assessment and Trial Planning
This webinar will cover the following topics based on experience from trials conducted in the 5GCroCo project and the analysis of obtained results:
*_ * How 5GCroCo plans trials to obtain the required number of result samples
* * How we tweak applications to allow faster trials still providing realistic KPIs
* * 5GCroCo results analysis with different methods to determine confidence for different kinds of statistics:
– – Sanity checking
– – Batch Means method for Student-t Confidence Intervals
– – Binomial Proportion Confidence Intervals for simple estimation of confidence of statistical distributions (e.g. latency CCDFs)
– – Limited Relative Error (LRE) Algorithm for statistical distribution confidence (e.g. latency CCDFs)
As preparation we suggest reading Section 3.1 of 5GCroCo Deliverable D4.2 on “First Phase Trial Execution Report and Analysis of 5GCroCo KPIs”
The slides from the meeting can be found at: https://5gcroco.eu/publications/material.html
Maciej Muehleisen received his PhD on “Voice over LTE” from RWTH Aachen University in 2015 and worked as a group leader for vehicular communication at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) from 2012 until 2016 focusing on highly reliable aircraft and maritime networks.
He is with Ericsson Research since 2017 and leads the architecture work package of the EU funded 5GCroCo projects on 5G for CCAM in cross-border environments. where he also serves as deputy Technical Coordinator. As “Industry Verticals Coordination” in the Research Area “Networks” he is furthermore supporting the technical coordination of Ericsson’s efforts in the Automotive Edge Computing Association (AECC) and 5G Automotive Association (5GAA).
His key research interest is in end-to-end design, evaluation, and approval of safety critical communication services.