Estimating the power saving potential of an ISP - Visualization part

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  1. Herzog, Ulrich. “Formal methods for performance evaluation.” Lectures on Formal Methods and Performance Analysis (2001).
  2. Arun, Venkat, Mina Tahmasbi Arashloo, Ahmed Saeed, Mohammad Alizadeh, and Hari Balakrishnan. “Toward formally verifying congestion control behavior.” SIGCOMM 2021.
  3. Jacob, Romain, Marco Zimmerling, Carlo Alberto Boano, Laurent Vanbever, and Lothar Thiele. “Designing replicable networking experiments with Triscale.” Journal of Systems Research (2021).