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Bibliographic reference De Coninck, Quentin ; Michel, François ; Piraux, Maxime ; Rochet, Florentin ; Given-Wilson, Thomas ; et. al. Pluginizing QUIC.The ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication - SIGCOMM '19 (Beijing, China, du 19/08/2019 au 23/08/2019). In: Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication - SIGCOMM '19, ACM Press2019
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