New IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking paper accepted:“Diversity Coding in Two-Connected Networks,” by P. Babarczi, J. Tapolcai, A. Pašić, L. Rónyai, E. Bérczi-Kovács, and M. Médard,
- L. Toka, A. Lajtha, É. Hosszu, B. Formanek, D. Géhberger, and J. Tapolcai, “A Resource-Aware and Time-Critical IoT Framework,” in Proc. IEEE INFOCOM 2017.
- J. Tapolcai, L. Rónyai, B. Vass, and László Gyimóthi, “List of Shared Risk Link Groups Representing Regional Failures with Limited Size,” in Proc. IEEE INFOCOM 2017.
This is the tenth paper appearing in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking by János Tapolcai.
Three new papers from our group have been accepted.
1. Alija Pašić, Péter Babarczi, and Attila Kőrösi, Diversity Coding-Based Survivable Routing with QoS and Differential Delay Bounds, Elsevier Optical Switching and Networking (OSN), Special Issue on Reliable Network Design and Modeling, 2016. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.
2. Alija Pašić and Péter Babarczi, Switching Link Group Failure Localization via Monitoring Trails in All-Optical Networks, accepted to the 8th Workshop on Reliable Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM 2016), Halmstad, Sweden.
3. Jose Yallouz, Ori Rottenstreich, Péter Babarczi, Avi Mendelson, and Ariel Orda, Optimal Link-Disjoint Node-“Somewhat Disjoint'” Paths, accepted to the 24th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP 2016), Singapore.
4 journal papers have been accepted for publication.
1. The paper titled Signaling Free Localization of Node Failures in All-Optical Networks by János Tapolcai, Lajos Rónyai, Éva Hosszu, László Gyimóthi, Pin-Han Ho, and Suresh Subramaniam has been accepted for publication in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Communications (TCoM).
2. The paper titled Deductive Way of Reasoning about the Internet AS Level Topology by Dávid Szabó, Attila Kőrösi, József Bíró, and András Gulyás has been published in Chinese Physics B 11/2015; 24(11):118901.
1. A paper with colleagues from COSIC@KU Leuven on quantifying interdependent privacy loss on Facebook has been accepted at IFIP SEC 2016.
Iraklis Symeonidis, Fateme Shirazi, Gergely Biczók, Cristina Perez-Sola, and Bart Preneel. Collateral Damage of Facebook Apps: Friends, Providers, and Privacy Interdependence, 31st International Conference on ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection (IFIP SEC 2016), Ghent, Belgium.
2. A position paper with a colleague from Applied Cryptology Lab@NTNU on private VNFs using homomorphic(-like) encryption has been accepted at DISSECT@NOMS.
Gergely Biczók, Balázs Sonkoly, Nikolett Bereczky, and Colin Boyd. Private VNFs for collaborative multi-operator service delivery: an architectural case, IEEE/IFIP Workshop on Security for Emerging Distributed Network Technologies (DISSECT) co-located with IEEE/IFIP NOMS 2016, Istanbul, Turkey.