2016 - ACM Fellow For contributions to large-scale distributed computing.
2013 - Member of Academia Europaea
Anne-Marie Kermarrec focuses on Distributed computing, Computer network, Peer-to-peer, Scalability and Gossip protocol. Her research in Distributed computing intersects with topics in Node, Overlay network, Bandwidth and Reliability. Her Computer network research includes themes of Distributed algorithm, Wireless ad hoc network and The Internet.
Her Peer-to-peer study combines topics in areas such as Event, Operating system, File sharing and Internet traffic. She has researched Scalability in several fields, including Workload and Scheduling. Her Gossip protocol study incorporates themes from Average path length, PlanetLab, Latency and Degree distribution.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Distributed computing, Computer network, Scalability, World Wide Web and Peer-to-peer. Her studies in Distributed computing integrate themes in fields like Overlay network, Reliability, Gossip protocol, Node and Redundancy. Her Overlay network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Load balancing and Theoretical computer science.
Her Computer network study is mostly concerned with Multicast, Overhead, Network topology, Wireless sensor network and Pastry. Her study looks at the intersection of Scalability and topics like Protocol with PlanetLab. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Server and Peer-to-peer.
Anne-Marie Kermarrec mostly deals with Distributed computing, Recommender system, k-nearest neighbors algorithm, Data mining and Scalability. Her Distributed computing research integrates issues from Middleware, Workload and Performance tuning. Her work on Collaborative filtering as part of her general Recommender system study is frequently connected to Electronic mail, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
When carried out as part of a general Scalability research project, her work on Gossip protocol is frequently linked to work in Research community, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Gossip protocol, focusing on File sharing and, on occasion, Byzantine fault tolerance. Her research integrates issues of Node and Ranking in her study of Metric.
Her main research concerns Differential privacy, Distributed computing, Information retrieval, Collaborative filtering and k-nearest neighbors algorithm. Her studies deal with areas such as Distance based, Personalization, MovieLens, Protocol and Privacy preserving as well as Differential privacy. Her work in Distributed computing addresses issues such as Workload, which are connected to fields such as Scalability and Scheduling.
Her study in Information retrieval is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Network topology, Fraction, Data mining and Social network. In her research on the topic of Collaborative filtering, Similarity and Sybil attack is strongly related with Computer security. The concepts of her k-nearest neighbors algorithm study are interwoven with issues in Lookup table, Nearest neighbor search and SIMD, Parallel computing.
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The many faces of publish/subscribe
Patrick Th. Eugster;Pascal A. Felber;Rachid Guerraoui;Anne-Marie Kermarrec.
ACM Computing Surveys (2003)
Scribe: a large-scale and decentralized application-level multicast infrastructure
M. Castro;P. Druschel;A.-M. Kermarrec;A.I.T. Rowstron.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2002)
SplitStream: high-bandwidth multicast in cooperative environments
Miguel Castro;Peter Druschel;Anne-Marie Kermarrec;Animesh Nandi.
symposium on operating systems principles (2003)
SCRIBE: The Design of a Large-Scale Event Notification Infrastructure
Antony I. T. Rowstron;Anne-Marie Kermarrec;Miguel Castro;Peter Druschel.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2001)
Epidemic information dissemination in distributed systems
P.T. Eugster;R. Guerraoui;A.-M. Kermarrec;L. Massoulie.
IEEE Computer (2004)
Lightweight probabilistic broadcast
P. Th. Eugster;R. Guerraoui;S. B. Handurukande;P. Kouznetsov.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (2003)
Peer-to-peer membership management for gossip-based protocols
A.J. Ganesh;A.-M. Kermarrec;L. Massoulie.
IEEE Transactions on Computers (2003)
Gossip-based peer sampling
Márk Jelasity;Spyros Voulgaris;Rachid Guerraoui;Anne-Marie Kermarrec.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (2007)
Probabilistic reliable dissemination in large-scale systems
A.-M. Kermarrec;L. Massoulie;A.J. Ganesh.
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2003)
The peer sampling service: experimental evaluation of unstructured gossip-based implementations
Márk Jelasity;Rachid Guerraoui;Anne-Marie Kermarrec;Maarten van Steen.
acm ifip usenix international conference on middleware (2004)
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