Scholarly work authored by Queen Mary academic staff can be found in the College Publications collection. These may be text-based, for example articles, book chapters, or reports; or may be audio or visual materials such as performances, exhibitions or posters.

Recent Submissions

  • Vitamin D and tuberculosis:where next? 

    Brighenti, S; Bergman, P; Martineau, AR (Wiley Online, 2018-05-27)
    Tuberculosis (TB) has troubled mankind for millennia, but current treatment strategies are long and complicated and the disease remains a major global health problem. The risk of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infection ...
  • Improving treatment of asthma attacks in children. 

    Bush, A; Griffiths, C (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2017-12-29)
    Editorials Improving treatment of asthma attacks in children BMJ 2017; 359 doi: (Published 29 December 2017) Cite this as: BMJ 2017;359:j5763 Article Related content Metrics Respo ...
  • LazyCtrl: A Scalable Hybrid Network Control Plane Design for Cloud Data Centers 

    Zheng, K; Wang, L; Yang, B; Sun, Y; Uhlig, S (IEEE, 2016-04)
    The advent of software defined networking enables flexible, reliable and feature-rich control planes for data center networks. However, the tight coupling of centralized control and complete visibility leads to a wide range ...
  • Online Aggregation of the Forwarding Information Base: Accounting for Locality and Churn. 

    Bienkowski, M; Sarrar, N; Schmid, S; Uhlig, S (IEEE, 2018-01)
    This paper studies the problem of compressing the forwarding information base (FIB), but taking a wider perspective. Indeed, FIB compression goes beyond sheer compression, as the gain in memory use obtained from the ...
  • ENDEAVOUR: A scalable SDN architecture for real-world IXPs 

    Antichi, G; Castro, I; Chiesa, M; Fernandes, EL; Lapeyrade, R; Kopp, D; Han, JH; Bruyere, M; Dietzel, C; Gusat, M;... (IEEE, 2017-10)
    Innovation in interdomain routing has remained stagnant for over a decade. Recently, Internet eXchange Points (IXPs) have emerged as economically-advantageous interconnection points for reducing path latencies and exchanging ...
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