These are my five favorite papers, ordered by publication date.

H. Attiya and M.
Mavronicolas, "Efficiency of SemiSynchronous versus Asynchronous
Networks", Mathematical Systems Theory (currently
Theory of
Computing Systems), Vol. 27, No. 6, pp. 547571, November/December
1994.

C. Busch
and M.
Mavronicolas, "A Combinatorial
Treatment of Balancing Networks",
Journal of the ACM, Vol. 43, No. 5, pp. 794839, September 1996.
Preliminary Version:
"A Combinatorial
Treatment of Balancing Networks", Proceedings of the 13th
Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC
1994), pp. 206215, Los Angeles, California, August 1994.
Preliminary Version:
"Efficiency of Oblivious versus NonOblivious Schedulers for
Optimistic, RateBased Flow Control", Proceedings of the 16th
Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC 1997),
pp. 139148, Santa Barbara, California, August 1997.

T. Lücking,
M. Mavronicolas,
B. Monien,
M. Rode, P. Spirakis and
I. Vrto,
"Which is the WorstCase
Nash Equilibrium?", Proceedings of the 26th International Symposium
on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS 2003),
B. Rovan
and P. Vojtáš eds., pp. 551561, Vol. 2747,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
SpringerVerlag, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, August
2003.

T. Lücking,
M. Mavronicolas,
B. Monien
and
M. Rode,
"A New Model for Selfish Routing",
invited submission to
Theoretical Computer Science,
Special Issue on Global Computing,
Ch.
Kaklamanis guest ed., September 2004.
Preliminary Version:
"A New Model for Selfish Routing",
Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Theoretical Computer
Science (STACS 2004),
V. Diekert
and M. Habib eds., pp.
547558, Vol. 2996,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
SpringerVerlag,
Montpellier, France, March 2004.
