Paper “Adaptive Measurements using One Elastic Sketch” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been accepted into IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (ToN)! This is the premier journal for networks research, with an impact factor of 2.186.
Paper “Fast and accurate stream processing by filtering the cold” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been published in the VLDB Journal! This is the premier journal for research into databases with an impact factor of 1.973.
The Networks Group has had 2x papers accepted at the ACM Internet Measurement Conference! This is the top conference for measurements research with an acceptance rate of 19%. “An Empirical Study of the Cost of DNS-over-HTTPs” by Timm Boettger, Felix Cuadrado, Gianni
Paper “Looking for Hypergiants in PeeringDB” by Timm Böttger, Felix Cuadrado and Steve Uhlig has been selected as the “Best of CCR” and will therefore be presented at the ACM SIGCOMM Conference! Congratulations!
Paper “HeavyKeeper: An Accurate Algorithm for Finding Top-k Elephant Flows” by Prof. Steve Uhlig and colleagues has been accepted at IEEE/ACM Transaction on Networking! This is the premier journal for networking research.
Paper “Keddah: Network Evaluation Powered by Simulating Distributed Application Traffic” by Jie Deng, Gareth Tyson, Felix Cuadrado and Steve Uhlig has been published in ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS). This is the top journal of computing simulation.
EPSRC Grant “Streamlining Social Decision Making for Improved Internet Standards” by Dr. Gareth Tyson, Dr. Ignacio Castro, Dr. Matt Purver & Prof. Pat Healey, alongside University of Glasgow, has been funded by the EPSRC. The £1.5M grant will support the
Dr. John Schormans has worked with a London-based mobile networks analysis company, Teragence, to assist Vodafone network engineers in building a business case for Mobile Edge Computing (MEC). The Teragence team, with John Schormans, ran a number of validation sessions
The group has had 3x papers accepted at WWW’19! This is the premier conference for web research, with an acceptance rate of 18%. The papers are as follows: “Who Watches the Watchmen: Exploring Complaints on the Web” by Damilola Ibosiola, Ignacio
Paper “On the Distribution of Traffic Volumes in the Internet and its Implications” by Dr. Richard Clegg and colleagues has been accepted in INFOCOM’19. This is a premier conference for networks research, with an acceptance rate of 19.7%