Publications

The principal consultant, Matt, has a number of publications:
  1. Multicast in the Asynchronous Transfer Mode, J. M. S. Doar, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, April 1993. Abstract, Download, also available in PDF (1.4MB) and PS (2.1MB)
  2. A Slotted Ring Copy Fabric for a Multicast Fast Packet Switch, P. Newman and M. Doar, Proceedings of International Switching Symposium 1990, Stockholm. Abstract , Download
  3. Multicast in ATM Networks, M. Doar and N.G. Bean, Thirtieth Annual Allerton Conference, Illinois, 1992. Abstract
  4. How Bad is Naive Multicast Routing?, M. Doar and I.M. Leslie, Infocom 1993, San Francisco. Abstract , Download, also available here
  5. Design and Performance of a Slotted Ring Multicast Fabric, M. Doar and N.G. Bean, U.K. Performance Engineering Workshop, 1992. Abstract
  6. Designing for LAN Emulation in ATM Switches, M. Doar, Digital Communications Design Conference, Santa Clara, February 1995.
  7. Design of Real Networks with LAN Emulation, M. Doar and G. Marshall, Networld + Interop 1995 Engineer Conference, Las Vegas, March 1995.
  8. Designing for LAN Emulation in ATM Switches, M. Doar, by invitation in HP Design Symposium 1995, Japan, June 1995.
  9. A Better Model for Generating Test Networks, M. Doar, IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference/GLOBECOM'96, London, November 1996. Abstract, Download Source code for the TIERS random network topology generator is available from here
  10. Modeling Internet Topology, K. Calvert, M.B. Doar, E.W. Zegura, IEEE Communications Magazine, June 1997. Abstract , Download
  11. Implementation of IP Autoconfiguration for IP over ATM, M.B. Doar, Proceedings of Third Annual Technical Conference on Telecommunications R&D in Massachusetts, November 1997. Abstract , Download
  12. The Domainserver Hierarchy for Multicast Routing in ATM Networks, S. Komandur, D. Mosse, M.B. Doar, Proceedings of IEEE ATM '98 Workshop, May 1998. Abstract , Download
  13. JDiff - What Really Changed? Java Developers Journal, March 2002. Download Source code for JDiff is available from http://www.jdiff.org
  14. Using Python and SOAP to create a CLI for JIRA, Python Magazine, February 2008
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