Network Inference is a research project theme in which the network end-system (i.e., the computer) infers properties about the behaviour of the network and other end-systems in order to get a better experience. Such improvements might be better sharing or improved latency through reduced queueing and the like.
- P. Key, L. Massoulié, and B. Wang, Emulating Low-Priority Transport at the Application Layer: a Background Transfer Service, in ACM Sigmetrics 04, ACM, January 2004.
- Dinan Gunarwardena, Peter Key, and Laurent Massoulié, Network characteristics: modelling, measurements and admission control, in IWQoS, June 2003.
- Laurent Massoulie