Matthew Luckie

Matthew is the author of scamper, a packet-prober used in the Ark project at CAIDA and Dyn Research to collect IP-level Internet topology data. See also Matthew's homepage.
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Background

Matthew Luckie is an associate professor in the Computer Science department at Waikato. Prior to that, he was a senior lecturer (2015-2019) at Waikato, a research scientist (2014-2015) and a postdoc (2012-2014) at CAIDA, UC San Diego, and a lecturer (2006-2010) / senior lecturer (2011) at the University of Waikato.

Latest Publications

Media icon Learning to Extract Geographic Information from Internet Router Hostnames. ACM SIGCOMM Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT), Dec 2021.
Media icon Learning Regexes to Extract Network Names from Hostnames. The Asian Internet Engineering Conference (aintec), Dec 2021.
Paper icon Learning to Extract Geographic Information from Internet Router Hostnames. M. Luckie, B. Huffaker, A. Marder, Z. Bischof, M. Fletcher, k. claffy.
ACM SIGCOMM Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT), Dec 2021.
Paper icon Learning Regexes to Extract Network Names from Hostnames. M. Luckie, A. Marder, B. Huffaker, k. claffy.
Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC), Dec 2021.
Paper icon Inferring Regional Access Network Topologies: Methods and Applications. Z. Zhang, A. Marder, R. Mok, B. Huffaker, M. Luckie, k. claffy, A. Schulman.
ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), Nov 2021.

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