Gábor Rétvári, Ph.D.
Senior Research Fellow

        Gábor Rétvári  received the M.Sc.   and Ph.D.  degrees  in electrical
        engineering from the Budapest  University of Technology and Economics
        (BME), Budapest, Hungary, in 1999 and 2007, respectively. He is now a
        Senior Research  Fellow at  the Department of  Telecommunications and
        Media  Informatics,  BME.  His  research interests  include  routing,
        traffic engineering, and the networking applications of computational
        geometry and network  flow theory.  He is a  Perl hacker, maintaining
        numerous open source scientific tools written in Perl, C and Haskell.

	Department of Telecommunications and Media Informatics
	Budapest University of Technology and Economics
	Budapest, Hungary
	H-1117 Budapest, Magyar Tudósok krt. 2.
	Phone: +36-1-463-1060
	Fax: +36-1-463-1763


        o  Selected publications (html)

        o  All publications (html, html with abstracts)


        o  Applied Optimization and Game Theory (Alkalmazott optimalizálás és 
           játékelmélet, VITMD097)

        o  The Internet Ecosystem and its Evolution (Az internet ökoszisztémája
           és evolúciója, Inf MSc Internet architektúra és szolgáltatások
           főspecializáció, VITMMA00V)


	o  The Internet Routing Entropy Monitor - statistics, charts and
           downloadable forwarding tables samples from the Internet data plane
           collected daily from 20 vantage points.

	o  Math::GLPK - Perl extension for the GNU Linear Programming Kit (GLPK).

	o  Math::MatrixSparse - a pure Perl module implementing sparse matrices.

	o  Lemon::Graph - Perl extension for LEMON, a combinatorial optimization
           and graph library.

	o  ZBPFRC - Zero-buffer Path-flow Routing Control: a control theoretical 
           approach to Internet Traffic Engineering (Matlab code)

	o  XML::XDV - the XML Data Visualization framework.

	o  Net::WLAN - an easy-to-use Perl extension to configure Wireless LAN 
           interfaces and scan networks under Linux.