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March 21, 2019
The superpowers of eBPF in the networking stack
eBPF is the extended Berkeley Packet Filter, a simple virtual machine that has been added to the Linux kernel. This virtual machine implements a simple RISC-like assembly language that enables programmers to inject new code inside the kernel without changing it. This is much more powerful that...Click to know more
December 06, 2018
CG4SR: Near Optimal Traffic Engineering for Segment...
Segment Routing (SR) is a powerful tool to solve traffic engineering in large networks. It enables steering the traffic along any arbitrary network path while limiting scalability issues as routers do not need to maintain a global state. Mathematical programming approaches proposed so far for...Click to know more
November 16, 2018
Observing the Evolution of QUIC Implementations
The QUIC protocol combines features that were initially found inside the TCP, TLS and HTTP/2 protocols. The IETF is actively working on a complete specification of this protocol. More than a dozen of independent implementations have been developed in parallel with these standardisation...Click to know more
November 06, 2018
Learning Computationally Efficient Metrics for Large...
Nearest neighbor (NN) classifiers rely on a distance metric either a priori fixed or previously estimated through metric learning. When such metric learning occurs, a natural objective is to minimize the classification errors of the NN classifier. This learning procedure is however commonly...Click to know more
October 30, 2018
The prize to the most visionary contribution in Data...
Thomas Bollen (Eura Nova), Guillaume Leurquin and Siegfried Nijssen (INGI) who received the IDA frontier prize for their article "ConvoMap: Using Convolution to Order Boolean Data" on the Intelligent Data Analysis The Seventeenth International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis (IDA 18) on...Click to know more