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A first look at Certification Authority Authorization (CAA)
Scheitle Q., Chung T., Hiller J., Gasser O., Naab J., van Rijswijk-Deij R., Hohlfeld O., Holz R., Choffnes D., Mislove A., Carle G. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 48(2): 10-23, 2018. Type: Article
The cornerstone of information and communications technology (ICT), security provides and maintains robustness, sustainability, and reliability. Using web services by referring to different web pages is interwoven in daily life; different policies...
Nov 21 2019
A survey on artifacts from CoNEXT, ICN, IMC, and SIGCOMM conferences in 2017
Flittner M., Mahfoudi M., Saucez D., Wählisch M., Iannone L., Bajpai V., Afanasyev A. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 48(1): 75-80, 2018. Type: Article
This paper does precisely what the title says. It is an attempt to survey the current state of reproducibility in computer networking research. This is one of the more challenging areas of computing for reproducibility, in that more specific hardw...
Nov 18 2019
Cooperative group provisioning with latency guarantees in multi-cloud deployments
Yaw S., Howard E., Mumey B., Wittie M. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 45(3): 4-11, 2015. Type: Article
Uninterrupted online user experiences in augmented reality, online gaming, video chatting, and real-time language translation applications require innovative networking approaches. This paper addresses the issue of scheduling the least cost paths ...
Apr 8 2016
Algorithmic nuggets in content delivery
Maggs B., Sitaraman R. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 45(3): 52-66, 2015. Type: Article
Those who design and operate content delivery networks look for speed, dependability, and consistency. Though several methods are required to achieve these objectives, this paper focuses on those that the authors find “technically interestin...
Nov 13 2015
The road to SDN: an intellectual history of programmable networks
Feamster N., Rexford J., Zegura E. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 44(2): 87-98, 2014. Type: Article
Software-defined networking (SDN) is arguably the single most important development in the networking field in the past few years. SDN decouples how packets are forwarded between routers/switches (data plane) from how packets must be handled (cont...
Aug 22 2014
A survey of interdomain routing policies
Gill P., Schapira M., Goldberg S. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 44(1): 28-34, 2014. Type: Article
Interdomain routing determines the routes for delivering packets between two nodes that belong to different autonomous [network] systems (ASs) through border gateways. The AS-level Internet topology can be established using border gateway protocol...
Apr 14 2014
Bridging the gap between Internet standardization and networking research
Ding A., Korhonen J., Savolainen T., Kojo M., Ott J., Tarkoma S., Crowcroft J. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 44(1): 56-62, 2014. Type: Article
Bridging the gap between the network research community and Internet standards is an important topic. Most network research has not been turned into an Internet standard, while some research comes a long way in order to become an Internet standard...
Mar 17 2014
A first implementation and evaluation of the IEEE 802.11aa group addressed transmission service
Salvador P., Cominardi L., Gringoli F., Serrano P. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 44(1): 35-41, 2014. Type: Article
The amendment IEEE 802.11aa was standardized in order to better support video multicast over Wi-Fi, or more precisely, to support real-time streaming of video from a single producer to multiple receiving clients on the same wireless local area net...
Mar 3 2014
Understanding the latency benefits of multi-cloud webservice deployments
Wu Z., Madhyastha H. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 43(2): 13-20, 2013. Type: Article
Today, many web services are being deployed using cloud infrastructure services. This is usually done to minimize user-perceived latencies while deploying the service to multiple geographically distributed data centers....
Jun 13 2013
Flexible routing and addressing for a next generation IP
Francis P., Govindan R. ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 24(4): 116-125, 1994. Type: Article
The Internet Protocol (IP) is rapidly reaching the end of its useful life as a global internetwork protocol. Fundamentally, the IP address space is too small to indefinitely satisfy current Internet growth rates. A related problem with IP is the p...
Apr 1 1996
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