A key characteristic of research is that the results presented in a scientific paper should be described in enough details to enable other researchers to replicate or reproduce them. For experimental research, this usually implies that the software and the datasets used in the paper should be released.

For more than a decade, I have encouraged researchers of the IP Networking Lab to release the software implementations and datasets used in their papers. Several of these artifacts have been reused by other researchers and in some case companies to build real products. Selected software include: