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Multiple-Source Internet Tomography

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Multiple-Source Internet Tomography
Abstract-- Information about the topology and link-level characteristics of a network is critical for many applications including network diagnostics and management. However, this information is not always directly accessible; subnetworks may not cooperate in releasing information and widespread local measurement can be prohibitively expensive. Network tomographic techniques obviate the need for network cooperation, but the majority assume probing from a single source, which imposes scalability limitations because sampling traffic is concentrated on network links close to the source. We describe a multiple source, end-toend sampling architecture that uses coordinated transmission of carefully engineered multi-packet probes to jointly infer logical topology and estimate link-level performance characteristics. We commence by demonstrating that the general multiple source, multiple destination tomography problem can be formally reduced to the two source, two destination case, allowing the...
Michael Rabbat, Mark Coates, Robert D. Nowak
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JSAC
Authors Michael Rabbat, Mark Coates, Robert D. Nowak
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