In this work, we study a fourth modification to the notion of efficient verification that originates in the study of quantum entanglement.
Zhengfeng Ji, Anand Natarajan, Thomas Vidick, John Wright, Henry Yuen From Communications of the ACM | November 2021
We present the first approach for checking the internal validity of online experiments statically, that is, from code alone.
Emma Tosch, Eytan Bakshy, Emery D. Berger, David D. Jensen, J. Eliot B. Moss From Communications of the ACM | September 2021
We review the impact of the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic on Internet traffic in order to analyze its performance.
Anja Feldmann, Oliver Gasser, Franziska Lichtblau, Enric Pujol, Ingmar Poese, Christoph Dietzel, Daniel Wagner, Matthias Wichtlhuber, Juan Tapiador, Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez, Oliver Hohlfeld, Georgios Smaragdakis From Communications of the ACM | July 2021
The approach taken in "BioScript," by Jason Ott, et al., is an example of how programming languages can help develop executable protocols that are conforming, understandable...Nada Amin From Communications of the ACM | February 2021
This paper introduces BioScript, a domain-specific language for programmable biochemistry that executes on emerging microfluidic platforms.
Jason Ott, Tyson Loveless, Chris Curtis, Mohsen Lesani, Philip Brisk From Communications of the ACM | February 2021
In "Constant Overhead Quantum Fault Tolerance with Quantum Expander Codes," by Omar Fawzi, et al., the authors produce an algorithm that can rapidly deduce the...Daniel Gottesman From Communications of the ACM | January 2021
In this paper, we study the asymptotic scaling of the space overhead needed for fault-tolerant quantum computation.
Omar Fawzi, Antoine Grospellier, Anthony Leverrier From Communications of the ACM | January 2021
What is the right leak oracle that can precisely capture the behavior of leaks in Web applications? "BLeak: Automatically Debugging Memory Leaks in Web Applications...Harry Xu From Communications of the ACM | November 2020
This paper introduces BLeak (Browser Leak debugger), the first system for automatically debugging memory leaks in web applications.
John Vilk, Emery D. Berger From Communications of the ACM | November 2020
"MadMax: Analyzing the Out-of-Gas World of Smart Contracts," by Neville Grech et al., effectively discovers a new smart contract vulnerability, and proposes a detection...Benjamin Livshits From Communications of the ACM | October 2020
We identify gas-focused vulnerabilities and present MadMax: a static program analysis technique that automatically detects gas-focused vulnerabilities with very...Neville Grech, Michael Kong, Anton Jurisevic, Lexi Brent, Bernhard Scholz, Yannis Smaragdakis From Communications of the ACM | October 2020
Can we build purpose-built, warehouse-scale datacenters customized for large-scale arrays of ASIC accelerators or, to use a term coined in the paper by Michael...Parthasarathy Ranganathan From Communications of the ACM | July 2020
This paper distills lessons from Bitcoin ASIC Clouds and applies them to other large scale workloads, showing superior TCO (total cost of ownership) versus CPU...Michael Bedford Taylor, Luis Vega, Moein Khazraee, Ikuo Magaki, Scott Davidson, Dustin Richmond From Communications of the ACM | July 2020
Instead of handing trace records off to a collector for long-term storage and future processing, the system described in "Pivot Tracing: Dynamic Causal Monitoring...Rebecca Isaacs From Communications of the ACM | March 2020
This paper presents Pivot Tracing, a monitoring framework for distributed systems, which addresses the limitations of today's monitoring and diagnosis tools by...Jonathan Mace, Ryan Roelke, Rodrigo Fonseca From Communications of the ACM | March 2020
"Evidence that Computer Science Grades Are Not Bimodal" uses empirical methods to determine if belief in innate differences may explain why CS teachers see a bimodality...Mark Guzdial From Communications of the ACM | January 2020
There is a common belief that grades in computer science courses are bimodal. We devised a psychology experiment to understand why CS educators hold this belief...Elizabeth Patitsas, Jesse Berlin, Michelle Craig, Steve Easterbrook From Communications of the ACM | January 2020