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Burroughs Algol at Stanford University, 1960-1963
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By Robert Braden
Issue Date:October 2013
pp. 69-73
The decade between 1955 and 1965 brought a revolution to academic computing, both technologically and socially. As core memory replaced electrostatic memory while transistors replaced vacuum tubes, computers advanced from flakey and difficult-to-maintain d...
The ASP EE: An Active Network Execution Environment
Found in: DARPA Active Networks Conference and Exposition
By Robert Braden, Bob Lindell, Steven Berson, Ted Faber
Issue Date:May 2002
pp. 238
This paper describes the ASP Execution Environment (EE), a prototype general-purpose active network execution environment that initiates and controls the execution of Java-based active applications. Features of the ASP EE include support for persistent act...
Evolution of an Active Networks Testbed
Found in: DARPA Active Networks Conference and Exposition
By Steven Berson, Steven Dawson, Robert Braden
Issue Date:May 2002
pp. 446
This paper explores the requirements for a network testbed designed specifically to support research in active networking. It also describes the design of the wide-area active networks testbed named the ABone. The ABone provides a virtual and real network ...
Enabling Collaborative Research for Security and Resiliency of Energy Cyber Physical Systems
Found in: 2014 IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS)
By Alefiya Hussain,Ted Faber,Robert Braden,Terry Benzel,Tim Yardley,Jeremy Jones,David M. Nicol,William H. Sanders,Thomas W. Edgar,Thomas E. Carroll,David O. Manz,Laura Tinnel
Issue Date:May 2014
pp. 358-360
The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (Illinois), Pacific Northwest National Labs (PNNL), and the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute (USC-ISI) consortium is working toward providing tools and expertise to enable colla...
Tussle in cyberspace: defining tomorrow's internet
Found in: Proceedings of the 2002 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications (SIGCOMM '02)
By David D. Clark, John Wroclawski, Karen R. Sollins, Robert Braden
Issue Date:August 2002
pp. 347-356
The architecture of the Internet is based on a number of principles, including the self-describing datagram packet, the end to end arguments, diversity in technology and global addressing. As the Internet has moved from a research curiosity to a recognized...