Publications

Journals, Book-Chapters and Dissertations
  1. Ionut Trestian, Supranamaya Ranjan, Aleksandar Kuzmanovic and Antonio Nucci, “Googling the Internet: Profiling Internet Endpoints via the World Wide Web”, in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Aug, 2009 (14 pages).
  2. Supranamaya Ranjan, Ram Swaminathan, Mustafa Uysal, Antonio Nucci and Edward Knightly, “DDoS-Shield: DDoS-Resilient Scheduling to Counter Application Layer Attacks”, in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Feb, 2009 (14 pages, citations 3).
  3. Supranamaya Ranjan and Edward Knightly, “High Performance Resource Allocation and Request Redirection Algorithms for Web Clusters”, in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2008 (14 pages, citations 5).
  4. Supranamaya Ranjan, “Request Redirection for Dynamic Content”, Invited Book Chapter, Springer Verlag, Content Delivery Networks: Principles and Paradigms, 2008.
  5. Zhi-Li Zhang, H J Kang, Supranamaya Ranjan and Antonio Nucci, “SIP Based VoIP Behavior Profiling and its Applications”, Invited Book Chapter, CRC Press, VoIP Handbook: Applications, Technologies, Reliability, and Security, 2008.
  6. Supranamaya Ranjan, “High-Performance Distributed Denial-of-Service Resilient Web Cluster Architecture”, PhD Thesis, Rice University, Houston, TX, USA, October 2005.
  7. Supranamaya Ranjan, “QoS-Driven Server Migration for Internet Data Centers”, Masters Thesis, Rice University, Houston, TX, USA, May 2002.
  8. Supranamaya Ranjan, “Adaptive Mobile Agents”, Bachelor of Technology Thesis, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, May 2000.
Peer Reviewed Conference Publications
  1. Ionut Trestian, Supranamaya Ranjan, Aleksandar Kuzmanovic and Antonio Nucci, “Taming User-Generated Content in Mobile Networks via Drop Zones”, to appear in Proceedings of IEEE/ACM INFOCOM, April, 2011, Shanghai (9 pages, acceptance rate 16%, 291/1823).
  2. Gyan Ranjan, Ram Keralapura, Supranamaya Ranjan, Joshua Robinson and Zhi-Li Zhang, “Mapping Cellular Data Service Network Infrastructure via Geo-intent Inference”, to appear in Proceedings of IEEE/ACM INFOCOM Mini Conference, April, 2011, Shanghai (5 pages, acceptance rate 23%, 427/1823).
  3. Sandeep Yadav, Ashwath Reddy, Narasimha Reddy and Supranamaya Ranjan “Detecting Algorithmically Generated Malicious Domain Names”, in Proceedings of ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), 2010, Australia (14 pages, acceptance rate 22%, 47/211).
  4. Ionut Trestian, Supranamaya Ranjan, Aleksandar Kuzmanovic and Antonio Nucci, “Measuring Serendipity: Connecting People, Locations and Interests in a Mobile 3G network”, in Proceedings of ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), 2009, Chicago (13 pages, acceptance rate 22%, 41/183, citations 11).
  5. Abhinav Pathak, Feng Qian, Y. Charlie Hu, Z. Morley Mao and Supranamaya Ranjan, “Botnet Spam Campaigns can be Long Lasting: Evidence, Implications and Analysis”, in Proceedings of ACM SIGMETRICS, Seattle, WA, June 2009 (14 pages, acceptance rate 15%, 27/180, citations 3).
  6. Zhichao Zhu, Guohong Cao, Sencun Zhu, Supranamaya Ranjan and Antonio Nucci, “A Social Network Based Patching Scheme for Worm Containment in Cellular Networks”, in Proceedings of IEEE INFOCOM, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2009 (9 pages, acceptance rate 19%, 282/1435, citations 11).
  7. Ionut Trestian, Supranamaya Ranjan, Aleksandar Kuzmanovic and Antonio Nucci, “Unconstrained Endpoint Profiling (Googling the Internet)”, in Proceedings of ACM SIGCOMM, Seattle, WA, August 2008, (12 pages, 12% acceptance rate, 36/288, citations 22).
  8. Su Chen, Supranamaya Ranjan and Antonio Nucci, “IPZip: A Stream-aware IP Compression Algorithm”, in Proceedings of IEEE Data Compression Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 2008 (10 pages, citations 4).
  9. Supranamaya Ranjan and Edward Knightly, “High Performance DDoS-Resilient Web Cluster Architecture”, in Proceedings of IEEE/IFIP Network and Operations Management Symposium (NOMS) Dissertation Digest, Salvador, Brazil, April 2008.
  10. Jian Qiu, Lixin Gao, Supranamaya Ranjan and Antonio Nucci, “Detecting Bogus BGP Route Information-Going Beyond Prefix Hijacking”, in Proceedings of 3 rd IEEE International Conference on Security and Privacy in Communication Networks (SECURECOMM), Nice, France, Sept 2007 (13 pages, acceptance rate 26%, 31/120, citations 17).
  11. Hun Jeong Kang, Zhili Zhang, Supranamaya Ranjan and Antonio Nucci, “SIP-based VoIP Traffic Profiling and Its Applications”, in Proceedings of ACM SIGMETRICS 2007 (MineNet), San Diego, CA, Jun 2007 (6 pages, acceptance rate 50%, citations 18)
  12. Supranamaya Ranjan, Shaleen Shah, Antonio Nucci, Maurizio Munafo, Rene Cruz and Muthu Muthukrishnan, “DoWitcher: Effective Worm Detection and Containment in the Internet Core”, in Proceedings of IEEE 26th International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM), Anchorage, Alaska, May 2007, (5 pages, acceptance rate 25%, 350/1400, citations 7).
  13. Soon-Tee Teoh, Supranamaya Ranjan, Chen-Nee Chuah and A. Nucci, “BGP-Eye: A New Visualization Tool for Real-time Detection and Analysis of BGP Anomalies”, in ACM CCS Proceedings of VizSec, Alexandria, Virginia, Oct 2006, (10 pages, acceptance rate 43%, 19/44, citations 7).
  14. Supranamaya Ranjan, Ram Swaminathan, Mustafa Uysal and Edward Knightly, “Denial-of-Service Resilient Scheduling to Counter Application Layer Attacks under Imperfect Detection”, in Proceedings of IEEE 25th International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM), Barcelona, Spain, April 2006, (13 pages, acceptance rate 18%, 252/1400, citations 44).
  15. Supranamaya Ranjan, Roger Karrer and Edward Knightly, “Wide-Area Redirection of Dynamic Content in Internet Data Centers”, in Proceedings of IEEE 23 rd International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM), Hong Kong, March 2004, (11 pages, acceptance rate 18%, 261/1420, citations 43).
  16. Supranamaya Ranjan, Jerry Rolia, Huirong Fu and Edward Knightly, “QoS-Driven Server Migration for Internet Data Centers”, in Proceedings of IEEE 10th International Workshop on Quality-of-Service (IWQoS), Miami, FL, 2002 (10 pages, acceptance rate 18%, 27/143, citations 130).
  17. Supranamaya Ranjan, Arobinda Gupta, Anupam Basu, Anand Meka and Abhishek Chaturvedi, “Adaptive Mobile Agents: Modeling and Case Study”, in Proceedings of International Workshop on Distributed Computing (WDC), Calcutta, India, 2000 (10 pages, citations 5).  
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