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  • Jae Woo Lee's home page
    edge routers I presented NetServ at the plenary session of the 9th GENI Engineering Conference GEC9 in Washington D C 14 minute video of the GEC9 demo presentation Publications Cloud Computing Flexible Network Address Mapping for Container based Clouds Kyung Hwa Kim Jae Woo Lee Michael Ben Ami Hyunwoo Nam Jan Janak Henning Schulzrinne IEEE NetSoft short paper London United Kingdom April 2015 NetServ Future Internets Escape the Simulator Mark Berman Piet Demeester Jae Woo Lee Kiran Nagaraja Michael Zink Didier Colle Dilip Kumar Krishnappa Dipankar Raychaudhuri Henning Schulzrinne Ivan Seskar Sachin Sharma Communications of the ACM June 2015 Extending the NetServ autonomic management capabilities using OpenFlow Emanuele Maccherani Mauro Femminella Jae Woo Lee Roberto Francescangeli Jan Janak Gianluca Reali Henning Schulzrinne IEEE IFIP NOMS short paper Maui Hawaii USA April 2012 NetServ Reviving Active Networks Jae Woo Lee Roberto Francescangeli Wonsang Song Emanuele Maccherani Jan Janak Suman Srinivasan Michael Kester Salman Baset Henning Schulzrinne Technical Report CUCS 001 12 January 2012 An Enabling Platform for Autonomic Management of the Future Internet Mauro Femminella Roberto Francescangeli Gianluca Reali Jae Woo Lee Henning Schulzrinne IEEE Network vol 25 no 6 pp 24 32 November 2011 Future Internet Autonomic Management Using NetServ Mauro Femminella Roberto Francescangeli Gianluca Reali Jae Woo Lee Wonsang Song Henning Schulzrinne IEEE LCN demo Bonn Germany October 2011 NetServ Active Networking 2 0 slides Jae Woo Lee Roberto Francescangeli Jan Janak Suman Srinivasan Salman Baset Henning Schulzrinne Zoran Despotovic Wolfgang Kellerer IEEE ICC FutureNet IV workshop Kyoto Japan June 2011 NetServ Dynamically Deploying In network Services Suman Srinivasan Jae Woo Lee Eric Liu Mike Kester Henning Schulzrinne Volker Hilt Srini Seetharaman Ashiq Khan ACM CoNEXT ReArch workshop Rome Italy December 2009 Location Based Services Finding 9 1 1 Callers in Tall Buildings Wonsang Song Jae Woo Lee Byung

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~jae/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Kathy's Web Page
    generation of summaries using a combination of statistical and linguistic techniques and on generation of summaries across multiple medical articles In the second statistical natural language we are using statistical analysis of large text corpora to identify constraints on how words are used Such results can be used to automate the development of a lexicon or dictionary Finally we are also working on the generation of multimedia explanation developing techniques to coordinate language and graphics to produce explanations in the context of a human computer interface for medical information Part of our interest here is on the generation of spoken language and differences with generation of text Biographical Information Kathleen R McKeown is the Henry and Gertrude Rothschild Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University and she also serves as the Director of the Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering She served as Department Chair from 1998 2003 and as Vice Dean for Research for the School of Engineering and Applied Science for two years McKeown received a Ph D in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 1982 and has been at Columbia since then Her research interests include text summarization natural language generation multi media explanation question answering and multi lingual applications In 1985 she received a National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator Award in 1991 she received a National Science Foundation Faculty Award for Women in 1994 she was selected as a AAAI Fellow in 2003 she was elected as an ACM Fellow and in 2012 she was selected as one of the Founding Fellows of the Association for Computational Linguistics In 2010 she received the Anita Borg Women of Vision Award in Innovation for her work on text summarization McKeown is also quite active nationally She has served as President Vice President and Secretary Treasurer

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~kathy/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Shree K. Nayar | Home
    Columbia Vision Laboratory CAVE which develops advanced computer vision systems His research is focused on three areas the creation of novel cameras that provide new forms of visual information the design of physics based models for vision and graphics and the development of algorithms for understanding scenes from images His work is motivated by applications in the fields of digital imaging computer graphics robotics and human computer interfaces Short Bio

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~nayar/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Jason Nieh
    Hof Hani Jamjoom Jason Nieh and Dan Williams Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Computer Systems EuroSys 2015 Bordeaux France April 2015 A Measurement Study of Google Play Nicolas Viennot Edward Garcia and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems SIGMETRICS 2014 Austin TX June 2014 Kenneth C Sevcik Outstanding Student Paper Award KVM ARM The Design and Implementation of the Linux ARM Hypervisor Christoffer Dall and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems ASPLOS 2014 Salt Lake City UT March 2014 Cider Native Execution of iOS Apps on Android Jeremy Andrus Alexander Van t Hof Naser AlDuaij Christoffer Dall Nicolas Viennot and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems ASPLOS 2014 Salt Lake City UT March 2014 Transparent Mutable Replay for Multicore Debugging and Patch Validation Nicolas Viennot Sid Nair and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems ASPLOS 2013 Houston TX March 2013 VMTorrent Scalable P2P Virtual Machine Streaming Joshua Reich Oren Laadan Eli Brosh Alex Sherman Vishal Misra Jason Nieh and Dan Rubenstein Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Emerging Networking Experiments and Technologies CoNEXT 2012 Nice France December 2012 The research that started Infinio Teaching Operating Systems Using Android Jeremy Andrus and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 43rd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education SIGCSE 2012 Raleigh NC March 2012 Best Paper Award Cells A Virtual Mobile Smartphone Architecture Jeremy Andrus Christoffer Dall Alexander Van t Hof Oren Laadan and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 23rd ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles SOSP 2011 Cascais Portugal October 2011 Best Paper Award The research that started Cellrox Pervasive Detection of Process Races in Deployed Systems Oren Laadan Nicolas Viennot Chia Che Tsai Chris Blinn Junfeng Yang and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 23rd ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles SOSP 2011 Cascais Portugal October 2011 Record and Transplay Partial Checkpointing for Replay Debugging Across Heterogeneous Systems Dinesh Subhraveti and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems SIGMETRICS 2011 San Jose CA June 2011 Transparent Lightweight Application Execution Replay on Commodity Multiprocessor Operating Systems Oren Laadan Nicolas Viennot and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems SIGMETRICS 2010 New York NY June 2010 Apiary Easy to use Desktop Application Fault Containment on Commodity Operating Systems Shaya Potter and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the 2010 USENIX Annual Technical Conference USENIX 2010 Boston MA June 2010 The research that led to Docker RSIO Automatic User Interaction Detection and Scheduling Haoqiang Zheng and Jason Nieh Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems SIGMETRICS 2010 New York NY June 2010 ASSURE Automatic Software Self healing Using REscue points Stelios Sidiroglou Oren Laadan Carlos R Pérez Nicolas Viennot Jason Nieh

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~nieh/ (2016-02-17)
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  • October 2012 Professor Nowick receives an NSF grant to explore and develop dynamically adaptable on chip networks click here for Engineering School profile June 2012 Research Slides Overview nbsp Recent Advances in Designing Clockless Digital Systems click here nbsp A short introduction to asynchronous design recent industrial developments and overview of my research Networks on Chip A Low Overhead Asynchronous Interconnection Network for GALS Chip Multiprocessors click here Integrating heterogeneous clocked processors and memories in a shared memory parallel architecture using a high performance low power asynchronous interconnection network High Performance Pipelines Introduction to Mousetrap Asynchronous Pipelines click here Designing high speed asynchronous pipelines Mixed Timing Interfaces Robust Interfaces for Mixed Timing Systems click here Designing robust and low latency interface circuits for mixed clock and mixed asynchronous synchronous systems Overview Papers S M Nowick and M Singh nbsp High Performance Asynchronous Pipelines an Overview click here nbsp IEEE Design and Test of Computers special issue on asynchronous design vol 28 5 pp 8 22 September October 2011 Provides a good basic recent introduction to asynchronous design handshaking protocols industrial developments as well as a technical introduction to leading high performance pipelines and their use at Intel Achronix Semiconductor and other companies C H van Berkel M B Josephs and S M Nowick nbsp Applications of Asynchronous Circuits click here nbsp Proceedings of the IEEE vol 87 2 pp 234 242 February 1999 Provides a basic overview of asynchronous design less up to date but more comprehensive than above paper Recent Web Articles grants and tool releases Steven Nowick Invited To Present Work on Asynchronous On Chip Networks at Two National Study Groups CS department news story July 2015 Prof Nowick Developing New Dynamically Adaptable On Chip Networks Engineering School profile on my NSF grant June 2012 Profs Nowick and Tsividis Developing Ultra Low Energy Continuous Time Signal Processors Engineering School profile on my medium scale NSF grant May 2010 Columbia Engineering News Nowick Developing New Desktop Supercomputer story on my medium scale NSF team grant joint with University of Maryland Summer 2008 EE Times Europe article on our CaSCADE Asynchronous CAD Tool Release December 2007 Columbia Engineering News New Information Technology cover story on my two Medium Scale NSF ITR Awards Fall 2000 Asynchronous Design in the News Faster Chips That March to Their Own Improvised Beat click here Article in the New York Times Circuits Section August 22 2002 Includes an interview with Professor Nowick It s Time for Clockless Chips click here Cover story in Technology Review Magazine based in MIT October 2001 vol 104 8 pp 36 41 Includes an interview with Professor Nowick ARM And Philips Handshake Solutions Collaborate To Develop Clockless Processor from ARM Ltd web page Oct 2004 Clockless Computing Coordinating Billions of Transistors Washington University 150th Anniversary Symposium click here Washington University Symposium St Louis Missouri March 26 2004 Includes an invited presentation by Professor Nowick Designers Look to Take Computer Chips Off the Clock click here Article in Newsfactor Network September

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  • Home Page for Kenneth Ross
    touch on various aspects of database systems including query processing query language design data warehousing and architecture sensitive database system design He also has an interest in computational biology including the analysis of large genomic data sets Professor Ross received his PhD from Stanford University He has received several awards including a Packard Foundation Fellowship a Sloan Foundation Fellowship and an NSF Young Investigator award Research Database Research Lab Publications

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  • Dan R.
    IEEE ICNP Best Paper Award 2003 ACM SIGMETRICS Best Student Paper Award 2000 Research Interests in Computer Networks Resilience and Security Wireless and Sensor Networks Overlays P2P Distributed Algorithms Performance Evaluation and Mathematical Modeling Affiliations Director jointly with Vishal Misra the DNA Distributed Network Analysis Lab Elected member IFIP Working Group 7 3 on Computer Performance Modeling and Analysis Courses This term Fall 13 COMS 4995 4 Web App and

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~danr/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Henning Schulzrinne
    Columbia University Contact Info Research Interests Internet real time and multimedia services and protocols Internet economics and policy ubiquitous computing mobile systems quality of service modeling and analysis of computer communication networks operating systems network security Teaching Advanced Internet Services Internet Technology Economics and Policy Internet Systems Programming Advanced Programming Laboratories and Affiliations Internet Real Time Laboratory IRT Center for Advanced Telecommunications Center for Advanced Information Management Protocols RTP SIP

    Original URL path: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~hgs/ (2016-02-17)
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