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Héron: Taming Tail Latencies in Key-Value Stores under Heterogeneous Workloads by Vikas Jaiman, research assistant at INGI - UCLouvain Avoiding latency variability in distributed storage systems is challenging. Even in well-provisioned systems, factors such as the contention on shared...
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Measurements As First-class Artifacts by Paolo Laffranchini, Ph.D. candidate in the Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate in Distributed Computing program The emergence of programmable switches has sparked a significant amount of work on new techniques to perform more powerful measurement tasks,...
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The State of Fault Injection Vulnerability Detection by Thomas Given-Wilson Fault injection is a well known method to test the robustness and security vulnerabilities of software. Fault injections can be explored by simulations (cheap, but not validated) and hardware experiments (true, but...
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Geometric Algebra for Computer Science By Prof. Leo Dorst, Univ. of Amsterdam This is the companion site to the book Geometric Algebra For Computer Science, An Object Oriented Approach to Geometry, published by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. Here you can find a preview and tour of the book,...
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ICTEAM - Public Thesis defense - Renaud Hartert

Fast and scalable optimization for segment routing Nowadays, the Internet delivers more than 1 zettabyte (or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) of data to more than 3.2 billions of users every year. As a consequence, network operators face difficult challenges due to the impressive (and...
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