Latest Entries
Accepted paper in the 39th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)
Publications

Accepted paper in the 39th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN)

Practical shared bottleneck detection has proved to be a difficult problem. We present a novel passive approach using efficient estimates of time and frequency domain summary statistics. The approach is not CPU nor network intensive, and has numerous potential applications in the Internet. Simulations and tests over the Internet and 3G cellular network show its … Continue reading

Accepted paper in The Nineteenth IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (IEEE ISCC)
Publications

Accepted paper in The Nineteenth IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (IEEE ISCC)

Data-bundling is a useful technique that decreases the delivery delay of packet streams when they are transmitted over noisy channels and are subject to retransmission-based error control. In this paper, we investigate the packet delay statistics for a fully reliable selective repeat automatic repeat request (SR ARQ) where a data-bundling mechanism is employed. In more … Continue reading

Accepted paper in the Capacity Sharing Workshop (CSWS´14)
Publications

Accepted paper in the Capacity Sharing Workshop (CSWS´14)

Today many end hosts are equipped with multiple interfaces. These interfaces can be utilized simultaneously by multipath protocols to pool resources of the links in an efficient way while also providing resilience to eventual link failures. However how to schedule the data segments over multiple links is a challenging problem, and highly influences the performance … Continue reading

Publications

Accepted paper at Networking 2014

HTTP is a successful Internet technology on top of which a lot of the web resides. However, limitations with its current specification, i.e. HTTP/1.1, have encouraged some to look for the next generation of HTTP. In SPDY, Google has come up with such a proposal that has growing community acceptance, especially after being adopted by … Continue reading

Publications

Accepted paper in the 9th Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop (SNCNW 2013)

The existence of excessively large and too filled net- work buffers, known as bufferbloat, has recently gained attention as a major performance problem for delay-sensitive applications. One important network scenario where bufferbloat may occur is cellular networks. This paper investigates the interaction between TCP congestion control and buffering in cellular networks. Extensive measurements have been … Continue reading

RITE project jointly organises Workshop on Reducing Internet Latency
Events

RITE project jointly organises Workshop on Reducing Internet Latency

The Workshop on Reducing Internet Latency will take place 25-26 Sep 2013 in London. The Reducing Internet Transport Latency (RITE) project jointly organised the workshop with the Internet Society (ISOC). The workshop aims to identify where coordinated industry action is necessary to reduce latency. Attendance is by invitation, based on acceptance of a short position … Continue reading