2010 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the design, implementation, and deployment of networked software systems
2010 - IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award “For groundbreaking contributions to the design, implementation, and deployment of networked software systems.”
2010 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to the design, implementation, and deployment of networked software systems.
2000 - ACM Fellow Research in the design and implementation of software for networked systems. Authoring introductory textbook on computer networks. Service to ACM as editor of ACM TOCS.
Larry L. Peterson spends much of his time researching Computer network, Distributed computing, The Internet, PlanetLab and Overlay network. His Computer network study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Software deployment. In Distributed computing, Larry L. Peterson works on issues like Network packet, which are connected to Pentium.
Larry L. Peterson has included themes like Network planning and design, Computer security, Exploit, Network simulation and Network topology in his The Internet study. His work in PlanetLab addresses subjects such as Virtualization, which are connected to disciplines such as Time-sharing, Virtual network and Software. His studies deal with areas such as Testbed, Node, Network architecture and Focus as well as Overlay network.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Distributed computing, Operating system, The Internet and PlanetLab. As part of his studies on Computer network, Larry L. Peterson often connects relevant subjects like Overlay network. His Inter-process communication study, which is part of a larger body of work in Distributed computing, is frequently linked to Protocol, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His The Internet study is related to the wider topic of World Wide Web. The concepts of his PlanetLab study are interwoven with issues in Computer security, Virtualization, Testbed and Service. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including TCP tuning, TCP Friendly Rate Control, TCP global synchronization and TCP acceleration.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Cloud computing, Nuclear engineering, Operating system and National Ignition Facility. His research integrates issues of Internetworking and Metadata in his study of Computer network. His Cloud computing research incorporates elements of Access network, Telecommunications, Scalability, The Internet and Data science.
His work deals with themes such as Syntax and Software engineering, which intersect with Operating system. His PlanetLab research includes elements of Overlay network, Function, Isolation, Packet processing and Unix. As a member of one scientific family, Larry L. Peterson mostly works in the field of Information exchange, focusing on Interconnection and, on occasion, Distributed computing.
Larry L. Peterson mostly deals with Operating system, Computer network, Cloud computing, The Internet and Software. His Operating system study incorporates themes from Isolation and Function. His Computer network research includes themes of Metadata and Interface.
His Cloud computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Access network, Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution and Focus. His studies in The Internet integrate themes in fields like Telecommunications and Bandwidth. In his study, Service is inextricably linked to Extensibility, which falls within the broad field of Software.
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OpenFlow: enabling innovation in campus networks
Nick McKeown;Tom Anderson;Hari Balakrishnan;Guru Parulkar.
acm special interest group on data communication (2008)
Computer Networks: A Systems Approach
L.L. Peterson;B.S. Davie.
TCP Vegas: end to end congestion avoidance on a global Internet
L.S. Brakmo;L.L. Peterson.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (1995)
TCP Vegas: new techniques for congestion detection and avoidance
Lawrence S. Brakmo;Sean W. O'Malley;Larry L. Peterson.
acm special interest group on data communication (1994)
Recommendations on Queue Management and Congestion Avoidance in the Internet
B. Braden;D. Clark;J. Crowcroft;B. Davie.
Recommendations on Queue Management and Congestion Avoidance in the Internet (1998)
PlanetLab: an overlay testbed for broad-coverage services
Brent Chun;David Culler;Timothy Roscoe;Andy Bavier.
acm special interest group on data communication (2003)
Overcoming the Internet impasse through virtualization
T. Anderson;L. Peterson;S. Shenker;J. Turner.
IEEE Computer (2005)
The x-Kernel: an architecture for implementing network protocols
N.C. Hutchinson;L.L. Peterson.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1991)
A blueprint for introducing disruptive technology into the Internet
Larry Peterson;Tom Anderson;David Culler;Timothy Roscoe.
acm special interest group on data communication (2003)
Container-based operating system virtualization: a scalable, high-performance alternative to hypervisors
Stephen Soltesz;Herbert Pötzl;Marc E. Fiuczynski;Andy Bavier.
european conference on computer systems (2007)
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