Enhancing The Reliability of Out-of-distribution Image Detection in Neural Networks
The proposed ODIN method, based on the observation that using temperature scaling and adding small perturbations to the input can separate the softmax score distributions between in- and out-of-distribution images, allowing for more effective detection, consistently outperforms the baseline approach by a large margin.
Modeling and performance analysis of BitTorrent-like peer-to-peer networks
This paper presents a simple fluid model and considers the built-in incentive mechanism of BitTorrent and its effect on network performance, and provides numerical results based on both simulations and real traces obtained from the Internet.
Analysis and design of an adaptive virtual queue (AVQ) algorithm for active queue management
- S. Kunniyur, R. Srikant
- Computer Science, BusinessConference on Applications, Technologies…
- 1 October 2001
It is shown that AVQ can be implemented as a simple token bucket using only a few lines of code, and compared with several well-known AQM schemes such as RED, REM, PI controller and a non-adaptive virtual queue algorithm.
Fair scheduling in wireless packet networks
An ideal wireless fair-scheduling algorithm which provides a packetized implementation of the fluid mode, while assuming full knowledge of the current channel conditions is described, and the worst-case throughput and delay bounds are derived.
CDMA Uplink Power Control as a Noncooperative Game
- T. Alpcan, T. Başar, R. Srikant, E. Altman
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the 40th IEEE Conference on…
- 4 December 2001
A cost function is introduced as the difference between the pricing and utility functions, and the existence of a unique Nash equilibrium is established, and two update algorithms are shown to be globally stable under specific conditions.
Q-CSMA: Queue-Length-Based CSMA/CA Algorithms for Achieving Maximum Throughput and Low Delay in Wireless Networks
A discrete-time distributed randomized CSMA algorithm based on a generalization of the so-called Glauber dynamics from statistical physics, which generates collision-free transmission schedules while explicitly taking collisions into account during the control phase of the protocol, thus relaxing the perfect CSMA assumption.
TCP-Illinois: a loss and delay-based congestion control algorithm for high-speed networks
This work introduces a new congestion control algorithm, called TCP-Illinois, which has many desirable properties for implementation in (very) high-speed networks and extends recently developed stochastic matrix models of TCP to accommodate window size backoff probabilities that are proportional to arrival rates when the network is congested.
A tutorial on cross-layer optimization in wireless networks
- Xiaojun Lin, N. Shroff, R. Srikant
- Computer ScienceIEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
- 1 August 2006
It is shown that a clean-slate optimization-based approach to the multihop resource allocation problem naturally results in a "loosely coupled" cross-layer solution, and how to use imperfect scheduling in the cross- layer framework is demonstrated.
The Mathematics of Internet Congestion Control
- R. Srikant
- Computer Science
- 12 December 2003
A Decentralized Solution Relationship to Current Internet Protocols and Global Stability for a Single Link and Single Flow Stochastic Models and Their Deterministic Limits Connection-level Models Real-Time Sources and Distributed Admission Control.