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Commit 3c9da11c authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

Identify first paper for Papers #2

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\mytitle
Answer the set of questions in \texttt{evals/paper-eval.pdf} for each of the
following three papers:
following two papers:
\begin{itemize}
\item ``TCP ex Machina: Computer-Generated Congestion Control'' by
Winstein and Balakrishnan, in SIGCOMM 2013
\item ``An Untold Story of Middleboxes in Cellular Networks'' by
Wang et al., in SIGCOMM 2011
\item ``Debugging the Data Plane with Anteater'' by Mai et al., in
SIGCOMM 2011
\item ``AUTOPROBE: Towards Automatic Active Malicious Server Probing
Using Dynamic Binary Analysis'' by Xu et al., in CCS '14
\end{itemize}
For your convenience, the papers can be found in the repository in the
\texttt{papers/} directory.
Turn in three separate PDFs in the \texttt{evals/} directory, with each filename
Turn in two separate PDFs in the \texttt{evals/} directory, with each filename
matching the paper you are analyzing.
For the questions about your expectations for the paper (eg. \#2 and \#3), it's
best if you answer them as you read through the paper; eg. write about your
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Look at the comments at the top for a quick way to make the questions
disappear.
Submit this assignment by pushing it to your grading repository, using the
branch name listed above.
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