Daniel V. Klein

Daniel Klein is a Software and Site Reliability Engineer in Google's Pittsburgh office, where he alternately breaks things or fixes them for a living. His non-Google persona is also quite interesting.

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Image Processing and Searching

    Daniel V. Klein, Dean Jackson

    Defensive Publication Series, Technical Disclosure Commons (2015)

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    Carnegie Mellon's CyDAT: Harnessing a Wide Array of Telemetry Data to Enhance Distributed System Diagnostics

    Chas DiFatta, Mark Poepping, Daniel V. Klein

    WASL (2008)

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    Perfect Data in an Imperfect World

    Daniel V. Klein

    USENIX Annual Technical Conference (2007)

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    A Forensic Analysis of a Distributed Two-Stage Web-Based Spam Attack (Awarded Honorable Mention!)

    Daniel V. Klein

    LISA (2006), pp. 31-40

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    Flying Linux

    Daniel V. Klein

    LISA (2004)

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    Perl/Scripting Gurus

    Daniel V. Klein, Mark-Jason Dominus

    LISA (2002)

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    The Constitutional & Financial Argument Against Spam

    Daniel V. Klein

    LISA (2002)

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    150/5,000 Years of (E-)Commerce: History Repeats Itself Again

    Daniel V. Klein

    LISA (2001)

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    Defending Against the Wily Surfer-Web-based Attacks and Defenses

    Daniel V. Klein

    Workshop on Intrusion Detection and Network Monitoring (1999), pp. 81-92

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    Abstractions for Software Architecture and Tools to Support Them

    Mary Shaw, Robert DeLine, Daniel V. Klein, Theodore L. Ross, David M. Young, Gregory Zelesnik

    IEEE Trans. Software Eng., vol. 21 (1995), pp. 314-335

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    Improving system security via proactive password checking

    Matt Bishop, Daniel V. Klein

    Computers & Security, vol. 14 (1995), pp. 233-249