Difference between revisions of "Acceptable Use policy"

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(New page: == Acceptable Use Policy == * The user must not attempt to reverse engineer the anonymization procedure used to protect the data. * If noticing vulnerabilities in the anonymization proce...)
 
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* When writing a paper that involves the use of Simpleweb data, we ask the user to cite it properly. We provide the following "bibtex" entry for that:
 
* When writing a paper that involves the use of Simpleweb data, we ask the user to cite it properly. We provide the following "bibtex" entry for that:
  
@Misc{simple-traces,
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@Misc{simple-traces,<br />
author = {Author One, Author Two},
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    author = {Author One, Author Two}, <br />
title = {Simpleweb / University of Twente - Traffic Measurement Data Repository},
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    title = {Simpleweb / University of Twente - Traffic Measurement Data Repository},<br />
howpublished={http://www.simpleweb.org/wiki/Traces}
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    howpublished={http://www.simpleweb.org/wiki/Traces}
}
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}
  
 
If you do not use "bibtex", please include a reference with the same information (authors, title and URL where the data can be found).
 
If you do not use "bibtex", please include a reference with the same information (authors, title and URL where the data can be found).

Revision as of 14:42, 26 February 2010

Acceptable Use Policy

  • The user must not attempt to reverse engineer the anonymization procedure used to protect the data.
  • If noticing vulnerabilities in the anonymization procedure the user is kindly asked to inform the repository administrators.
  • When writing a paper that involves the use of Simpleweb data, we ask the user to cite it properly. We provide the following "bibtex" entry for that:
@Misc{simple-traces,
author = {Author One, Author Two},
title = {Simpleweb / University of Twente - Traffic Measurement Data Repository},
howpublished={http://www.simpleweb.org/wiki/Traces} }

If you do not use "bibtex", please include a reference with the same information (authors, title and URL where the data can be found).