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Dasu: Pushing Experiments to the Internet's Edge

Mario A. Sánchez, John S. Otto, Zachary S. Bischof, David R. Choffnes, Fabián E. Bustamante, Balachander Krishnamurthy, Walter Willinger
2013 Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation  
We present Dasu, a measurement experimentation platform for the Internet's edge.  ...  We discuss some of the challenges we faced building a platform for the Internet's edge, describe our current design and implementation, and illustrate the unique perspective it brings to Internet measurement  ...  This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation through Awards CNS 1218287, CNS 0917233 and II 0855253 and by a Google Faculty Research Award.  ... 
dblp:conf/nsdi/SanchezOBCBKW13 fatcat:cfugttllcfedtbojizilgdtckm

Future internet

Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos, Serge Fdida, Scott Kirkpatrick
2007 Computer communication review  
The AR-CADIA activity, sponsored by COST [1] has been chartered to look at critical areas in which research on fundamentals in the Internet's architecture and protocols, supported by accurate experiment  ...  Monitoring/Measurement.  ...  In addition to such active measurements near the edge, backbone measurements are necessary to provide a more complete view of the network as well as to provide the information necessary to respond to failures  ... 
doi:10.1145/1232919.1232934 fatcat:q4n4blqpdzfgdkjdnqdc7zqany

Overcoming the Internet impasse through virtualization

T. Anderson, L. Peterson, S. Shenker, J. Turner
2005 Computer  
a more pluralist architecture closer to the edge.  ...  Physical testbeds The traditional platform for live experimentation, physical testbeds consist of leased lines connecting a limited set of locations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2005.136 fatcat:a4skvukzx5cnblyyz4w6ku7paq


Yuval Shavitt, Eran Shir
2005 Computer communication review  
DIMES is a distributed measurement infrastructure for the Internet that is based on the deployment of thousands of light weight measurement agents around the globe.  ...  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.  ...  At the current measurement rate, we discover about 61000 AS edges in a month connecting over 15000 ASes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1096536.1096546 fatcat:sskeagia5vc5njj2kdnfefvphi

An investigation of the Internet's IP-layer connectivity

Li Tang, Jun Li, Yanda Li, Scott Shenker
2009 Computer Communications  
The Internet's tremendous value is undoubtedly dependent on its universal connectivity among a great number of heterogeneous networks that are distributed over the world.  ...  In this paper, we contribute to the understanding of Internet's IP-layer connectivity by quantitatively measuring the reachability from 124 PlanetLab nodes towards 197869 diversely distributed destination  ...  Besides, our study also distinguishes itself from existing experimental studies by achieving topological and geographic diversity among the measured IP-layer paths, instead of sampling just a few paths  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2008.12.015 fatcat:kr5sfk2ecbemdjz2olknlmktmu

A Gaudier Future That Almost Blinds the Eye

Daphne Keller, Lawrence Lessig
2002 Duke law journal  
platform for experimentation. 59 Control over the wireless spectrum may currently be thwarting a uniquely valuable innovation, he argues: emerging spectrum-sharing technologies, if successfully developed  ...  the first place. 4 Lessig, a preeminent legal scholar and attorney, here follows up on the foundation laid in his important first book, Code. 5 The Internet's potential as a platform for innovation  ... 
doi:10.2307/1373137 fatcat:uqqfrrwt4bf3hn53htpzbzgszi

A Survey of Techniques for Internet Topology Discovery

Reza Motamedi, Reza Rejaie, Walter Willinger
2015 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
In the process, we present the latest efforts in modeling the Internet's topology at the different levels and report on the role that geographic characteristics play in this context.  ...  mistakes that have been made in the past and as a result have hampered progress in this important area of Internet research.  ...  Ironically, because of the measurement platforms used, none of the traceroute campaigns performed in the past would be able to detect those high-degree nodes at the network edge.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2014.2376520 fatcat:csgpbhxsxnaonb5t3awfb7hf7a

Path Preserving Scale Down for Validation of Internet Inter-Domain Routing Protocols

Glenn Carl, Shashi Phoha, George Kesidis, Bharat Madan
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 Winter Simulation Conference  
A small subgraph from a measured topology is used for experimental validation. Routing tables are compared to show equivalence under the model reduction.  ...  New solutions have been proposed to address problems with the Internet's interdomain routing protocol, BGP.  ...  The vertices V are autonomous systems (AS) and the edges E represent their interdomain connections. Interdomain is a system-level abstraction, where paths begin and terminate at ASs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2006.323023 dblp:conf/wsc/CarlPKM06 fatcat:2nohuhwmtneg3kokpae63qjz2e

A Field Experiment on the Internet's Effect in an African Election: Savvier Citizens, Disaffected Voters, or Both?

Catie Snow Bailard
2012 Journal of Communication  
Additionally, by employing a randomized field experiment, this study provides a direct test of the Internet's causal effect on political evaluations.  ...  The history of protests, riots, and revolts precipitated by contested electoral results in nations transitioning to democracy render this an important consideration of the Internet's capacity to alter  ...  We then used a random number generator to randomly assign 70 individuals to the experimental group (i.e.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.2012.01632.x fatcat:4td7732lgvdxhcduxgcm3jwmh4

The Internet, Innovation, and Intellectual Property Policy

Philip J. Weiser
2003 Columbia Law Review  
This uncertainty reflects a fundamental debate about what conditions will best facilitate innovation in the information industries-a debate most often played out at the conceptual extremes between the  ...  In particular, inventors of "information platforms" that support the viewing of content-be they instant messaging systems, media players, or Web browsers-face a muddled set of legal doctrines that govern  ...  edge.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1123718 fatcat:maan35moj5h7bjukexecheefba


Anmar Abuhamdah, Mohammed Al-Shabi
2022 International Journal of Software Engineering and Computer Systems  
Fog computing has become a new trend in the Internet of things domain and cloud computing applications. It is a novel model to achieve the availability, flexibility and better responding time.  ...  , which is a hybrid algorithm benefits from the optimizing processing time (OPT) algorithms.  ...  Another description of fog computing is "computing at the network edge," which enables the transmission of new services and applications designed expressly for the Internet's future [7] .  ... 
doi:10.15282/ijsecs.8.1.2022.2.0092 doaj:237151a67bac4611baaa1dd5c4c4449c fatcat:sl5s3otlg5adxjt7j5b4ogfbpa

Introduction: The FIA Research Roadmap, Priorities for Future Internet Research [chapter]

Nick Wainwright, Nick Papanikolaou
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
By 'impact' we mean will result in products, services, systems, capabilities, that come to market and are available and deployed in that timeframe. 1 This is available online at  ...  We describe the key findings of the Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap for Framework Programme 8, which captures the ideas and contributions of the FIA community on the important research topics  ...  becoming blurred, and at the same time at the edge of the networks smart mobile devices are becoming pervasive and more capable at the edges of networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30241-1_1 fatcat:zga4xs4einbqhe4physwoo5x7u

A GLIMPSE of the Internet's Fabric

Michael Faath, Rolf Winter
2016 Proceedings of the 9th EAI International Conference on Performance Evaluation Methodologies and Tools  
A number of network measurement projects have developed measurement platforms to not only assess the state of individual networks and services but target certain aspects of the Internet as a whole.  ...  Building and operating a platform that has Internet-wide network measurements as a goal is therefore challenging.  ...  ., having probes on regular end user devices such as tablets, smartphones or laptops places probes right at the edge of the Internet from where true end-to-end measurements can be performed.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.14-12-2015.2262670 dblp:journals/ue/FaathW16 fatcat:6ttn3jcuibg5phu7iobedqiozm

A Deference to Protocol: Fashioning a Three-Dimensional Public Policy Framework for the Internet Era

Richard S. Whitt
2012 Social Science Research Network  
network to the detriment of some user activities at the outer edges.  ...  THE INTERNET'S FUNDAMENTAL DESIGN FEATURES A.  ...  scheme that essentially would have levied a content fee on foreign websites. 440 In its understated manner, ISOC "expressed concern" that these and other measures "could have a negative impact on the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2031186 fatcat:u5xz2b2kabb6jn3y5mszfni2be

DIMES: Let the Internet Measure Itself [article]

Yuval Shavitt, Eran Shir
2005 arXiv   pre-print
DIMES is a distributed measurement infrastructure for the Internet that is based on the deployment of thousands of light weight measurement agents around the globe.  ...  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.  ...  It is also supported by a grant from the Israel Science Foundation (ISF) center of excellence program (grant number 8008/03).  ... 
arXiv:cs/0506099v1 fatcat:po56pfnpfvaifggtu473dqk7sm
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