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GLOBECOM
2006
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
AS Path Inference by Exploiting Known AS Paths
Abstract— Inferring AS-level end-to-end paths can be a valuable tool for both network operators and researchers. A widely known technique for inferring end-to-end paths is to per...
Jian Qiu, Lixin Gao
TMC
2008
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9 years 11 months ago
Performance Improvements Provided by Route Diversity in Multihop Wireless Networks
In multihop wireless networks, the variability of channels results in some paths providing better performance than other paths. While it is well known that some paths are better t...
Stephan Bohacek
IEICET
2010
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9 years 9 months ago
TOA UWB Positioning with Two Receivers Using Known Indoor Features
Ultra-Wideband is an attractive technology for short range positioning, especially indoors. However, for normal Time of Arrival (ToA) positioning, at least three receivers with unb...
Jan Kietlinski-Zaleski, Takaya Yamazato, Masaaki K...
SIGMETRICS
2005
ACM
100views Hardware» more  SIGMETRICS 2005»
10 years 5 months ago
On AS-level path inference
The ability to discover the AS-level path between two end-points is valuable for network diagnosis, performance optimization, and reliability enhancement. Virtually all existing t...
Zhuoqing Morley Mao, Lili Qiu, Jia Wang, Yin Zhang
IMC
2005
ACM
10 years 5 months ago
Exploiting Internet Route Sharing for Large Scale Available Bandwidth Estimation
Recent progress in active measurement techniques has made it possible to estimate end-to-end path available bandwidth. However, how to efficiently obtain available bandwidth info...
Ningning Hu, Peter Steenkiste
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