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Papers on IXP Connectivity in Africa, Filter Bubbles Accepted to PAM

Congratulations to Arpit Gupta and Xinyu Xing, who recently had papers accepted at the 2014 Passive and Active Measurements Conference! Arpit’s paper studies connectivity and peering and what ISOC has been calling “ tromboning” (paths on the continent that detour through LINX in London or AMS-IX in Amsterdam). Xinyu’s paper studies inconsistent Web search results using a tool we built called Bobble.

The abstracts of the accepted papers are below. The final versions of the papers will be posted here shortly, and the…

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Nick Feamster

Nick Feamster

Neubauer Professor of Computer Science, University of Chicago. The Internet, research, running, & life. https://people.cs.uchicago.edu/~feamster/