Hu, Ningning

Ph.D., May 2006
Computer Science Department
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University

I have obtained my Ph.D. degree in May 2006. I come from Nanjing University, China. My research interests include network measurement techniques and their supporting systems, network protocols, and active network services. My advisor is Peter Steenkiste.

        1. IGI/PTR: an available bandwidth measurement tool [JSAC'03]
        2. TCP PaSt: a TCP slow-start algorithm for high-speed network [ICNP'03]
        3. Pathneck: a bottleneck locating tool [SIGCOMM'04, INFOCOM'05, WCW'05]
        4. BRoute: a large-scale available-bandwidth estimation mechanism [IMC'05]

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