Acknowledgements to Lloyd Wood

Some of Lloyd's publications can also be read, as can slides from Lloyd's old talks.
in various Internet Request for Comments (RFC) technical documents.

in Monarch of the Sands by Sharon Kendrick.
in The Liar's Lullaby by Meg Gardiner.

in Six years since first DTN papers. Is there a clear target? by Ioannis Psaras.

in Connected Lives (video, photos), incoming IET president's address, by Chris Earnshaw, 2 October 2008.

in Characterizing Transport Layer Behavior in the MeshTest Wireless Testbed, Jessica Seastrom, master's scholarly paper, University of Maryland, 2008.
in Relative Service Differentiation over Bandwidth on Demand Satellite Networks by Wei Koong Chai, December 2007.

in Performance comparisons for adaptive LEO satellite links by Bill Cowley, May 2006.

in Protocol Level Solutions for the Packet Reordering Problem by Arjuna Sathiaseelan, 2005.
in Support of elastic TCP traffic over GEO broadband satellite networks by Merkourios Karaliopoulos, April 2004.

to IEEE Communications Surveys (and Tutorials) the electronic magazine of original peer-reviewed survey articles, for not publishing anything during 2001, shortly after they relocated their content and broke most of their existing URLs.

in Optical Satellite Networks by Karafolas and Baroni, Special Issue on Optical Networks, IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol. 18 no. 2, pp. 1792-1805, December 2000.

The InterNAT: Policy Implications of the Internet Architecture Debate, by Hans Kruse, William Yurcik and Lawrence Lessig, Proceedings of the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC '00), Virginia, September 2000, credits me with the bad pun in the title.

in Network Simulation for LEO Satellite Networks by Tom Henderson and Randy Katz, April 2000.
in Networking over Next-Generation Satellite Systems by Tom Henderson, Fall 1999.

to Hilarie Orman for presenting and enlarging on my protocol-stack-as-rainbow ideas (as told to end2end-interest in August 1999) at the SIGCOMM '99 Outrageous Opinions session, September 1999 (slides in monochrome, alas).

in The Cathedral and the Bazaar, first edition October 1999, and The Magic Cauldron, June 1999, by Eric Raymond, maintainer of the Jargon File; reviewed at Amazon.

in SNMP-Based ATM Network Management by Heng Pan, September 1998; reviews: Amazon US vs Amazon UK.

for SaVi work in Trends in Mobile Satellite Technology by Comparetto and Ramirez, IEEE Computer, vol 30. no. 2, pp. 44-52, February 1997.

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