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Daniel S. Berger
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Our work on an analytical cache model for timer-based caches addresses a modeling challenge that arises in fields as diverse as software-defined networking and content delivery networks in the Internet. The new analysis alleviates the problem of modeling errors which previously reached more than 30%.
It has been accepted to IFP Performance'14 and appears as "Exact analysis of TTL cache networks" in Performance Evaluation Volume 79, September 2014, Pages 2–23
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166531614000649
http://disco.cs.uni-kl.de/discofiles/publicationsfiles/BGSC14-2.pdf
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Our work "Gaining Insight on Friendly Jamming in a Real-World IEEE 802.11 Network" has won the ACM WiSec 2014 Best Student Paper Award and evaluates the usefulness of deploying many friendly jammer in a realistic office environment.
Reproduce our research by converting your old WRT54 access point into a Friendly Jammer with the OpenFWWF friendly jamming toolset: http://t.co/of4ASKIN1v
This work appears in Proceedings of  WiSec '14, Pages 105-116 and is able as pdf here: http://disco.cs.uni-kl.de/discofiles/publicationsfiles/BGFMS14.pdf
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Our work "On the Relevance of Adversarial Queueing Theory in Practice" addresses two unrealistic assumptions in a theoretical model that predicts what is sometimes regarded as low-rate denial of service attacks in large computer networks.
It appears in the Proceedings of ACM SIGMETRICS'14 and in Performance Evaluation Review, Volume 42 Issue 1, June 2014, Pages 343-354. Here's a direct link to the pdf: http://disco.cs.uni-kl.de/discofiles/publicationsfiles/BKS14.pdf
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