Monthly Archives: July 2011

Stats Tip #2: Don’t Bin (If You Don’t Have To)!

In a paper, published at a peer-reviewed conference, the authors wished to test the hypothesis that their univariate data was distributed according to an exponential distribution. They didn’t get it quite right.

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Collaborative Network Troubleshooting in Practice

In my last article, I discussed the theoretical benefits of MPC for collaborative network security and how basic MPC primitves can be optimized for practical performance. In the last article of this series for now, I’d like to report on … Continue reading

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World IPv6 Day

Wednesday, June 8, 2011 was World IPv6 Day. The event was an opportunity for participating content-network operators to test their IPv6 readiness, as well as to increase general community awareness of IPv6, and of the slowly ongoing transition. Another goal … Continue reading

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