2010-11 ScheduleNetSeminar is held at Gates Building, Room 104. The talk starts at 12:15pm (lunch at 11:45am), unless otherwise mentioned.
University of California San Diego
|Getting an Edge at High Speeds: Randomized Algorithms and Networking Hardware||ppt|
University of Washington
|Towards a Highly Availbale Internet|| |
|Exact Temporal Characterization of 10 Gbps Optical Wide-Area Network|| |
|Deborah Gordon, Balagi Prabhakar
|TCP and the regulation of foraging in ant colonies|| |
|Mobile to GLORIAD (Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development)|
||M-LAB : Open platform, open tools and open data for an open Internet.||CANCELLED|
|Challenges in New 4G Wireless Networks|
|Routers and Network Architecture for the Core of the Internet|| |
University of Pennsylvania
|The Nebula Future Internet Architecture: A Research Agenda|
|Spring Break|| || |
|High-Fidelity Latency Measurements in Low-Latency Networks||ppt|
|XIA: An Architecture for an Evolvable and Trustworthy Internet|| |
|CCN Routing and Forwarding|
||M-LAB : Open platform, open tools and open data for an open Internet.|
||Packet Generator / Analyzers: A Retrospective||ppt|
|Reflections on Measurement Research: Crooked Lines, Straight Lines, and Moneyshots|| |
|Broadband Internet Performance: A View From the Gateway|| |
NetSeminar is generously supported by the Stanford Computer Forum.
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