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CCR
2005
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Part I: buffer sizes for core routers
In this article we describe recent work on buffer sizing for core Internet routers. This work suggests that the widelyused rule of thumb leads to buffers which are much larger tha...
Damon Wischik, Nick McKeown
CCR
2005
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A methodology for studying persistency aspects of internet flows
We focus in this paper on Internet flows, consider their contributions to the overall traffic per time unit or bin, and perform a multi-scale and multi-protocol analysis to explor...
Jörg Wallerich, Holger Dreger, Anja Feldmann,...
CCR
2005
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BGP routing changes: merging views from two ISPs
Renata Teixeira, Sharad Agarwal, Jennifer Rexford
CCR
2005
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DIMES: let the internet measure itself
Today's Internet maps, which are all collected from a small number of vantage points, are falling short of being accurate. We suggest here a paradigm shift for this task. DIM...
Yuval Shavitt, Eran Shir
CCR
2005
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The internet measurement data catalog
Internet data remains one of the basic components of computer science network research. Despite its necessity, available data is limited by legal, social, and technical constraint...
Colleen Shannon, David Moore, Ken Keys, Marina Fom...
CCR
2005
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Simplifying the synthesis of internet traffic matrices
A recent paper [8] presented methods for several steps along the road to synthesis of realistic traffic matrices. Such synthesis is needed because traffic matrices are a crucial i...
Matthew Roughan
CCR
2005
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The problem of synthetically generating IP traffic matrices: initial recommendations
There exist a wide variety of network design problems that require a traffic matrix as input in order to carry out performance evaluation. The research community has not had at it...
Antonio Nucci, Ashwin Sridharan, Nina Taft
CCR
2005
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Large scale content distribution protocols
This paper introduces large scale content distribution protocols, which are capable of scaling to massive numbers of users and providing low delay end-to-end delivery. Delivery of...
Christoph Neumann, Vincent Roca, Rod Walsh
CCR
2005
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Part II: control theory for buffer sizing
This article describes how control theory has been used to address the question of how to size the buffers in core Internet routers. Control theory aims to predict whether the net...
Gaurav Raina, Donald F. Towsley, Damon Wischik
CCR
2005
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Measuring the evolution of transport protocols in the internet
In this paper we explore the evolution of both the Internet's most heavily used transport protocol, TCP, and the current network environment with respect to how the network&#...
Alberto Medina, Mark Allman, Sally Floyd