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Home networks are becoming increasingly rich in devices and applications, but continue to share the broadband link in a neutral way. We believe the time is ripe to personalize the home network experience, allowing a household to differentiate its users (e.g. father's laptop prioritized over kid's iPad) and services (e.g. video streaming prioritized over downloading). In this paper we argue that SDN provides a way to automate self-customization by households, while cloud-based deliverydoi:10.1109/wowmom.2014.6918984 dblp:conf/wowmom/GharakheiliBES14 fatcat:d7slrkq25fabdgzry4h2fhmigy