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Spring 2007: Our very own Anirban Banerjea's work
Spring 2007: A joint-work lead by Bill Andreopoulos
"Clustering by common friends finds locally significant proteins mediating modules"
ranks at the top five most requently read article in BIOINFORMATICS journal during May 2007. ( PDF )
Fall 2006: The talks from the
ICNP 2006 panel:
"Open Problems: What should you work on for the next 4 years?"
are now online. Speakers: F. Baker (CISCO), B. Briscoe (BT), J. Wroklawski (ISI), G. Varghese (UCSD).
Nov 2005: Thomas Karagiannis' work on
measurements on Peer-to-peer traffic hits the popular press.
Based on our Globecom - Global Internet and NGN paper: "Is P2P dying or just hiding?". Well, guess what, it is hiding.
IEEE tutorial: "Data Mining the Internet"
co-developped with Christos Faloutsos.
The tutorial consists of slides and naration. Warning, it is not free.
An outline and bibliography for the tutorial is available.
2 Feb 2004: The three-Faloutsos paper makes its mark
as the 8th most cited paper of 1999
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Check out a unique tool,
(sorry temp. offline)
for analyzing the Internet Routing Registries
and extracting detailed BGP level information, by Georgos Siganos.
You can see Georgos INFOCOM 2004 paper for details.
A new lab for research and education. UCR becomes part of the Internet Teaching Lab (ITL) effort.
Petros Faloutsos, my not-look-alike twin, hits the popular press:
The talks from the SIGCOMM 2001 Outrageous Opinions Session.
Learning with Ease.
My friend Eamonn is an expert on engine turning.
My 3rd-place talk
Session in SIGCOMM'99.