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Answering Three Questions About Networking Research

Author(s): Rexford, Jennifer; Shenker, Scott

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dc.contributor.authorRexford, Jennifer-
dc.contributor.authorShenker, Scott-
dc.description.abstractResearchers often talk about specific technical trends or research topics. But we rarely talk about how and why we do the research that we do. The process of submitting and reviewing papers puts our ideas through a particular kind of filter that may make all of the research seem like it follows some standard rubric, a SIGCOMM Normal Form if you will. During a panel at HotNets'21, five researchers---Hari Balakrishnan, Jon Crowcroft, Jennifer Rexford, Scott Shenker, and David Tennenhouse---each answered three questions about how they pick their own research topics, what areas they would like to see more research on, and how they evaluate conference papers. Due to the unexpectedly positive response to that panel, CCR will be publishing a series of answers to these three questions, starting with two participants from the panel but reaching out to others to provide answers from a broader cross-section of the SIGCOMM community.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Reviewen_US
dc.rightsFinal published version. This is an open access article.en_US
dc.subjectNetworking research, evaluating paper submissionsen_US
dc.titleAnswering Three Questions About Networking Researchen_US
dc.typeJournal Articleen_US

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