2017 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2016 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to the design of resilient and efficient distributed computer systems.
Thomas Anderson mostly deals with Computer network, The Internet, Distributed computing, Operating system and Embedded system. The The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Computer security, Network architecture and Scalability. His Network architecture study combines topics in areas such as Network virtualization and World Wide Web.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multiprocessing, Parallel computing, Semantics and Workstation. His work on File system, Integer, Inter-process communication and Embedded operating system as part of general Operating system study is frequently connected to IBM, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The study incorporates disciplines such as Architecture, Software fault tolerance, Memory bandwidth, Overhead and CAS latency in addition to Embedded system.
Thomas Anderson mainly focuses on Computer network, Distributed computing, The Internet, Operating system and Computer security. Network packet, Routing protocol, Routing, Network congestion and Latency are the core of his Computer network study. His is doing research in Link-state routing protocol and Routing domain, both of which are found in Routing protocol.
His research links Embedded system with Operating system. Thomas Anderson combines subjects such as Denial-of-service attack and BitTorrent with his study of Computer security. His research on File system often connects related areas such as Cache.
His primary areas of investigation include Computer network, Distributed computing, Computer security, The Internet and Operating system. His Computer network study frequently links to other fields, such as Troubleshooting. His Distributed computing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Network architecture, Debugger, Cloud computing and Paxos.
The various areas that Thomas Anderson examines in his Computer security study include Web service, Web development, Web modeling and Server. His research integrates issues of Timestamp and Internet privacy in his study of The Internet. His Operating system study which covers Embedded system that intersects with Software.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Distributed computing, The Internet, Computer security and Network packet. Thomas Anderson performs integrative Computer network and Trusted Network Connect research in his work. The concepts of his Distributed computing study are interwoven with issues in Cloud computing, Paxos and Routing protocol.
His research in the fields of traceroute overlaps with other disciplines such as Path and Set. His Computer security research integrates issues from Python, Denial-of-service attack, Internet privacy and Serialization. His Network packet research incorporates elements of Data center and Degradation.
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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)
Measuring ISP topologies with Rocketfuel
Neil Spring;Ratul Mahajan;David Wetherall;Thomas Anderson.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (2004)
Serverless Network File Systems
T. E. Anderson;M. D. Dahlin;J. M. Neefe;D. A. Patterson.
Practical network support for IP traceback
Stefan Savage;David Wetherall;Anna Karlin;Tom Anderson.
acm special interest group on data communication (2000)
Eraser: a dynamic data race detector for multithreaded programs
Stefan Savage;Michael Burrows;Greg Nelson;Patrick Sobalvarro.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (1997)
Efficient software-based fault isolation
Robert Wahbe;Steven Lucco;Thomas E. Anderson;Susan L. Graham.
symposium on operating systems principles (1993)
A case for NOW (Networks of Workstations)
T.E. Anderson;D.E. Culler;D. Patterson.
IEEE Micro (1995)
Overcoming the Internet impasse through virtualization
T. Anderson;L. Peterson;S. Shenker;J. Turner.
IEEE Computer (2005)
High-speed switch scheduling for local-area networks
Thomas E. Anderson;Susan S. Owicki;James B. Saxe;Charles P. Thacker.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (1993)
Fault tolerance, principles and practice
P. A. Lee;T. Anderson;J. C. Laprie;A. Avizienis.
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