2019 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
Mark Handley spends much of his time researching Computer network, Distributed computing, Network congestion, The Internet and Multipath TCP. Computer network is represented through his TCP tuning, TCP Friendly Rate Control, Zeta-TCP, Protocol Independent Multicast and Explicit Congestion Notification research. Mark Handley interconnects Heap, Overlay network, Protocol stack, Network topology and Server in the investigation of issues within Distributed computing.
His work on Skip graph is typically connected to Content addressable network as part of general Overlay network study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Network congestion research incorporates elements of Unicast and Bandwidth. His work deals with themes such as Session, Session key and Traffic engineering, which intersect with The Internet.
Mark Handley mainly investigates Computer network, Distributed computing, The Internet, Multicast and Network congestion. His study in IP multicast, Protocol Independent Multicast, TCP Friendly Rate Control, Xcast and Network packet is carried out as part of his Computer network studies. His study explores the link between TCP Friendly Rate Control and topics such as TCP global synchronization that cross with problems in Zeta-TCP.
His work in Distributed computing covers topics such as Multipath TCP which are related to areas like Load balancing. His research integrates issues of Computer security, Scalability, Protocol and Multimedia in his study of The Internet. The study incorporates disciplines such as Unicast, Bandwidth, Real-time computing and Adaptation in addition to Network congestion.
Mark Handley mainly focuses on Computer network, Multipath TCP, Zeta-TCP, Distributed computing and TCP acceleration. His studies deal with areas such as The Internet, Throughput and Multipath propagation as well as Computer network. The The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Volume and Encryption.
His Distributed computing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Routing, Network congestion, Scalability, Correctness and Transient. His study in Network congestion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Network traffic control, Multihoming and Reliability. His study focuses on the intersection of TCP acceleration and fields such as TCP global synchronization with connections in the field of TCP Friendly Rate Control.
His main research concerns Computer network, Multipath TCP, Distributed computing, Throughput and TCP tuning. He works mostly in the field of Computer network, limiting it down to concerns involving The Internet and, occasionally, Middlebox. His Throughput research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Network topology and Multipath propagation.
In his study, Network packet is strongly linked to Latency, which falls under the umbrella field of Network topology. His TCP tuning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both TCP Friendly Rate Control, TCP global synchronization and TCP acceleration. Mark Handley has included themes like Multihoming and Reliability in his Network congestion study.
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A scalable content-addressable network
Sylvia Ratnasamy;Paul Francis;Mark Handley;Richard Karp.
acm special interest group on data communication (2001)
SIP: Session Initiation Protocol
J. Rosenberg;H. Schulzrinne;G. Camarillo;A. Johnston.
SDP: Session Description Protocol
M. Handley;V. Jacobson.
RFC 4601: Protocol Independent Multicast - Sparse Mode (PIM-SM): Protocol Specification (Revised)
B Fenner;M Handley;H Holbrook;I Kouvelas.
Internet Society, Reston, VA, USA. (2006) (2006)
Equation-based congestion control for unicast applications
Sally Floyd;Mark Handley;Jitendra Padhye;Jörg Widmer.
acm special interest group on data communication (2000)
Congestion control for high bandwidth-delay product networks
Dina Katabi;Mark Handley;Charlie Rohrs.
acm special interest group on data communication (2002)
TCP Friendly Rate Control (TFRC): Protocol Specification
M. Handley;S. Floyd;J. Padhye;J. Widmer.
IETF RFC 3448 (2003) (2003)
Protocol Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode (PIM-SM): Protocol Specification
D. Estrin;D. Farinacci;A. Helmy;D. Thaler.
TCP Extensions for Multipath Operation with Multiple Addresses
Mark Handley;Olivier Bonaventure;Costin Raiciu;Alan Ford.
Internet Engineering Task Force (IEFT) (2020)
RAP: An end-to-end rate-based congestion control mechanism for realtime streams in the Internet
R. Rejaie;M. Handley;D. Estrin.
international conference on computer communications (1999)
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