Gulyás András
Gulyás András
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Towards the tactile internet: Decreasing communication latency with network coding and software defined networking
D Szabo, A Gulyas, FHP Fitzek, DE Lucani
Proceedings of European Wireless 2015; 21th European Wireless Conference, 1-6, 2015
682015
ESCAPE: Extensible service chain prototyping environment using mininet, click, netconf and pox
A Csoma, B Sonkoly, L Csikor, F Németh, A Gulyás, W Tavernier, ...
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 44 (4), 125-126, 2014
622014
Navigable networks as Nash equilibria of navigation games
A Gulyás, JJ Bíró, A Kőrösi, G Rétvári, D Krioukov
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-10, 2015
592015
On qos support to ofelia and openflow
B Sonkoly, A Gulyás, F Németh, J Czentye, K Kurucz, B Novák, ...
2012 European Workshop on Software Defined Networking, 109-113, 2012
542012
SDN based testbeds for evaluating and promoting multipath TCP
B Sonkoly, F Németh, L Csikor, L Gulyás, A Gulyás
2014 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 3044-3050, 2014
382014
Towards unified programmability of cloud and carrier infrastructure
P Sköldström, B Sonkoly, A Gulyás, F Németh, M Kind, FJ Westphal, ...
2014 Third European Workshop on Software Defined Networks, 55-60, 2014
362014
OpenFlow virtualization framework with advanced capabilities
B Sonkoly, A Gulyás, F Németh, J Czentye, K Kurucz, B Novák, ...
2012 European Workshop on Software Defined Networking, 18-23, 2012
362012
Stateless multi-stage dissemination of information: Source routing revisited
J Tapolcai, A Gulyás, Z Heszbergery, J Biro, P Babarczi, D Trossen
2012 IEEE Global communications conference (GLOBECOM), 2797-2802, 2012
322012
Towards the 5g revolution: A software defined network architecture exploiting network coding as a service
D Szabó, F Németh, B Sonkoly, A Gulyás, FHP Fitzek
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 45 (4), 105-106, 2015
312015
One tool to rule them all: A modular troubleshooting framework for sdn (and other) networks
I Pelle, T Lévai, F Németh, A Gulyás
Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGCOMM Symposium on Software Defined Networking …, 2015
252015
Optimal false-positive-free Bloom filter design for scalable multicast forwarding
J Tapolcai, J Bíró, P Babarczi, A Gulyás, Z Heszberger, D Trossen
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 23 (6), 1832-1845, 2014
242014
Towards smartflow: case studies on enhanced programmable forwarding in openflow switches
F Németh, Á Stipkovits, B Sonkoly, A Gulyás
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 42 (4), 85-86, 2012
232012
Wireless adapter sleep scheduling based on video qoe: How to improve battery life when watching streaming video?
M Csernai, A Gulyás
2011 Proceedings of 20th International Conference on Computer Communications …, 2011
182011
Integrated OpenFlow virtualization framework with flexible data, control and management functions
B Sonkoly, A Gulyás, J Czentye, K Kurucz, G Vaszkun, A Kern, D Jocha, ...
Proceedings of IEEE INFOCOM Demo, 2012
172012
Routes obey hierarchy in complex networks
A Csoma, A Kőrösi, G Rétvári, Z Heszberger, J Bíró, M Slíz, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
152017
A large-scale multipath playground for experimenters and early adopters
F Németh, B Sonkoly, L Csikor, A Gulyás
Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM 2013 conference on SIGCOMM, 481-482, 2013
152013
Geometric explanation of the rich-club phenomenon in complex networks
M Csigi, A Kőrösi, J Bíró, Z Heszberger, Y Malkov, A Gulyás
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
142017
Incentivizing the global wireless village
G Biczók, L Toka, A Gulyás, TA Trinh, A Vidács
Computer Networks 55 (2), 439-456, 2011
132011
Demystifying self-awareness of autonomic systems
M Smirnov, J Tiemann, R Chaparadza, Y Rebahi, S Papavassiliou, ...
ICT Mobile Summit, Santander, Spain, 10-12 June 2009, 2009
132009
On the scalability of routing with policies
A Gulyás, G Rétvári, Z Heszberger, R Agarwal
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 23 (5), 1610-1618, 2014
122014
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