2012 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the measurement and analysis of networks and distributed systems
2010 - ACM Fellow For contributions to the measurement and analysis of networks and distributed systems.
2009 - ACM Senior Member
2009 - ACM Distinguished Member
His main research concerns Distributed computing, Server, Computer network, Data mining and Anomaly detection. His research integrates issues of Scheduling, Latency, The Internet and Distributed services in his study of Distributed computing. His Server study incorporates themes from Workload, Scalability and Multicast.
His studies deal with areas such as Geolocation, Optimal stopping, Web server and File size as well as Computer network. He interconnects Anomaly, Linear subspace and Network packet in the investigation of issues within Data mining. Mark Crovella combines subjects such as Flow, Subspace topology and Traffic engineering with his study of Anomaly detection.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Distributed computing, The Internet, Theoretical computer science and World Wide Web. His work in Computer network addresses issues such as Scalability, which are connected to fields such as Data file and Node. His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Routing, Path, Web server, Queueing theory and Server.
Mark Crovella has included themes like Network topology and Set in his The Internet study. His Theoretical computer science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Routing table, Graph theory, Graph and Matrix completion. In most of his World Wide Web studies, his work intersects topics such as Self-similarity.
His primary scientific interests are in Recommender system, Theoretical computer science, Artificial intelligence, Embedding and Set. His Recommender system research also works with subjects such as
His study focuses on the intersection of Artificial intelligence and fields such as Machine learning with connections in the field of Classifier. His Set research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Internet research and Measure. His research on World Wide Web focuses in particular on The Internet.
His primary areas of investigation include Recommender system, Embedding, Theoretical computer science, Replication and Set. His work in the fields of Recommender system, such as Collaborative filtering, overlaps with other areas such as Model system, Polarization and Risk analysis. His Embedding research includes elements of Multidimensional scaling and Dimensionality reduction.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Interaction network, Biological network, Inference and Genomics in addition to Theoretical computer science. His research in Replication intersects with topics in Disease gene, Genome, Gene prediction and Computational biology. The concepts of his Set study are interwoven with issues in Service, IP forwarding, State, Object and The Internet.
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Self-similarity in World Wide Web traffic: evidence and possible causes
Mark E. Crovella;Azer Bestavros.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (1997)
Generating representative Web workloads for network and server performance evaluation
Paul Barford;Mark Crovella.
measurement and modeling of computer systems (1998)
Mining anomalies using traffic feature distributions
Anukool Lakhina;Mark Crovella;Christophe Diot.
acm special interest group on data communication (2005)
Diagnosing network-wide traffic anomalies
Anukool Lakhina;Mark Crovella;Christophe Diot.
acm special interest group on data communication (2004)
Method and apparatus for reliable and scalable distribution of data files in distributed networks
Vijay R. Basani;Krishna Mangiapudi;Lynne M. Murach;Leroy R. Karge.
Measuring bottleneck link speed in packet-switched networks
Robert L. Carter;Mark E. Crovella.
Performance Evaluation (1996)
Characteristics of WWW Client-based Traces
Carlos Cunha;Azer Bestavros;Mark Crovella.
On the relationship between file sizes, transport protocols, and self-similar network traffic
Kihong Park;Gitae Kim;M. Crovella.
international conference on network protocols (1996)
Characterizing reference locality in the WWW
V. Almeida;A. Bestavros;M. Crovella;A. de Oliveira.
international conference on parallel and distributed information systems (1996)
Structural analysis of network traffic flows
Anukool Lakhina;Konstantina Papagiannaki;Mark Crovella;Christophe Diot.
measurement and modeling of computer systems (2004)
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