Ariffin Yahaya

Ariffin Yahaya
University of California, Irvine | UCI · Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

PhD

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Introduction
Ariffin Yahaya currently works at Yahoo, Inc. Previously he was at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, University of California, Irvine. Ariffin does research in Systems, Computer Communications (Networks) and Distributed Computing. Their most recent publication is 'Market-Based Cooperative Resource Allocation for Overlay Networks'.

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Publications (8)
Conference Paper
In recent years, the notion of service overlay networks has been proposed as a promising solution for providing end-to-end QoS without changing the current Internet architecture. A major issue in deploying service overlay networks is determining how to allocate resources (such as link bandwidth) on a substrate network to overlay networks, while sat...
Conference Paper
The inter-domain Resource Exchange (iREX) architecture uses economic market mechanisms to automate the deployment of end-to-end (E2E) inter-domain (ID) quality of service (QoS) policy among resource consumer and resource provider Internet Service Providers (ISPs). In iREX, each policy reservation is deployed on a single E2E ID path made up of the m...
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The inter-domain resource exchange (iREX) architecture uses economic market mechanisms to automate the ad-hoc negotiation and deployment of end to end inter-domain quality of service policy among resource consumer and resource provider . In this paper, we explore iREX's network load distribution by comparing its performance to a lower bound for net...
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Abstract, The inter-domain Resource Exchange (iREX) ar-chitecture uses economic market mechanisms to automate the deployment of end to end (E2E) inter-domain (ID) quality of service (QoS) policy among resource consumer and resource provider Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Previous simulation results have shown that iREX allows more coexisting ID...
Conference Paper
This paper introduces the inter-domain Resource Exchange (iREX) architecture for the automated deployment of fault tolerant end to end (E2E) inter-domain (ID) quality of service (QoS) policy among resource user and resource provider Internet Service Providers (ISPs). iREX uses economics and fully distributed mechanisms to empower domains to self-ma...

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