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Al-Qudah, Z., Rabinovich M., & Allman M. (2010).  Web Timeouts and Their Implications.
Muthukrishnan, C.., Paxson V., Allman M., & Akella A. (2010).  Using Strongly Typed Networking to Architect for Tussle.
Vallina-Rodriguez, N., Sundaresan S., Razaghpanah A., Nithyanand R., Allman M., Kreibich C., et al. (2016).  Tracking the Trackers: Towards Understanding the Mobile Advertising and Tracking Ecosystem. Proceedings of Workshop on Data and Algorithmic Transparency.
Allman, M., Barford P., Krishnamurty B., & Wang J. (2006).  Tracking the Role of Adversaries in Measuring Unwanted Traffic. Proceedings of the Second Conference on Steps to Reduce Unwanted Traffic in the Internet (SRUTI). 6.
Schomp, K., Rabinovich M., & Allman M. (2016).  Towards a Model of DNS Client Behavior. Proceedings of Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM).
Allman, M., Hayes C., Kruse H., & Ostermann S. (1997).  TCP Performance Over Satellite Links. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Telecommunications Systems.
Allman, M., Griner J., & Richard A.. (2000).  TCP Behavior in Networks with Dynamic Propagation Delay. Proceedings of Globecom 2000.
Allman, M., Kreibich C., Paxson V., Sommer R., & Weaver N. (2007).  The Strengths of Weaker Identities: Opportunistic Personas. Proceedings of USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Security (HotSec 07).
Koskela, J.., Weaver N., Gurtov A., & Allman M. (2009).  Securing Web Content. 7-12.
Allman, M., Blanton E., & Eddy W. M. (2002).  A Scalable System for Sharing Internet Measurements. Proceedings of the Passive and Active Measurement Workshop.
Kruse, H., Allman M., Griner J., Ostermann S., & Helvey E.. (1999).  Satellite Network Performance Measurements Using Simulated Multi-User Internet Traffic. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Telecommunication Systems.
Luckie, M., Beverly R., Wu T., Allman M., & claffy kc. (2015).  Resilience of Deployed TCP to Blind Off-Path Attacks. Proceedings of ACM Internet Measurement Conference.
Allman, M., & Paxson V. (2008).  A Reactive Measurement Framework. 92-101.
Callahan, T., Allman M., & Rabinovich M. (2012).  Psst, Over Here: Communicating Without Fixed Infrastructure.
Allman, M., Kreibich C., Paxson V., Sommer R., & Weaver N. (2008).  Principles for Developing Comprehensive Network Visibility.
Nechaev, B., Allman M., Paxson V., & Gurtov A. (2010).  A Preliminary Analysis of TCP Performance in an Enterprise Network.
Sargent, M., Czyz J., Allman M., & Bailey M. (2015).  On The Power and Limitations of Detecting Network Filtering via Passive Observation. Proceedings of the Passive and Active Management Conference (PAM 2015).
Allman, M. (2007).  Personal Namespaces. Proceedings of ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communications Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (HotNets-VI).
Kruse, H., Ostermann S., & Allman M. (2000).  On the Performance of TCP-Based Data Transfers on a Faded Ka-Band Satellite Link. Proceedings of the Sixth Ka-Band Utilization Conference.
Allman, M. (2003).  On the Performance of Middleboxes. ACM SIGCOMM/Usenix Internet Measurement Conference.
Parker, A., Reddy S., Schmid T., Chang K., Saurabh G., Srivastava M., et al. (2006).  Network System Challenges in Selective Sharing and Verification for Personal, Social, and Urban-Scale Sensing Applications. Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (Hotnets-V). 37-42.
Kruse, H., Allman M., & Mallasch P.. (1998).  Network and User-Perceived Performance of Web Page Retrievals. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Telecommunications and Electronic Commerce (ICTEC).
Richter, P., Wohlfart F., Vallina-Rodriguez N., Allman M., Bush R., Feldmann A., et al. (2016).  A Multi-perspective Analysis of Carrier-Grade NAT Deployment. Proceedings of ACM Internet Measurement Conference.
Sargent, M., Blanton E., & Allman M. (2014).  Modern Application Layer Transmission Patterns from a Transport Perspective.
Craven, R., Beverly R., & Allman M. (2014).  A Middlebox-Cooperative TCP for a Non End-to-End Internet.