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Big Data for Traffic Monitoring and Management [article]

Martino Trevisan
2019 arXiv   pre-print
I make use of big data and machine learning algorithms, and apply them to datasets coming from passive measurements of ISP and University Campus networks.  ...  Fortunately, recent advances in data science and machine learning come to the rescue of network analysts, and allow analyses with a level of complexity and spatial/temporal scope not possible only 10 years  ...  -PAIN: A Passive Web Performance Indicator for ISPs -PAIN: A Passive Web Performance Indicator for ISPs -PAIN: A Passive Web Performance Indicator for ISPs I notice that the order at which  ... 
arXiv:1902.11095v1 fatcat:eetpc3lzjbaljcl24leo2umvty

Predicting the effect of home Wi-Fi quality on QoE

Diego da Hora, Karel van Doorselaer, Koen van Oost, Renata Teixeira
2018 IEEE INFOCOM 2018 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications  
Our first contribution is to develop a method to detect instances of poor QoE based on the passive observation of Wi-Fi quality metrics available in commodity APs (e.g., PHY rate).  ...  Detecting when Wi-Fi degrades QoE is extremely valuable for residential Internet Service Providers (ISPs) as home users often hold the ISP responsible whenever QoE degrades.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Luc Gyselinck and Nick Godman for helping with the Wi-Fi testbed and deployment data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infocom.2018.8486335 dblp:conf/infocom/HoraDOT18 fatcat:77tfzdaprzhqzkt4g4vrqpa7hm

Analyzing cacheable traffic in isp access networks for micro cdn applications via content-centric networking

Claudio Imbrenda, Luca Muscariello, Dario Rossi
2014 Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Information-centric networking - INC '14  
With micro CDN we refer to a content delivery system composed of (i) a high speed caching substrate, (ii) a content based routing protocol and (iii) a set of data transfer mechanisms made available by  ...  In this paper, we suggest the use of micro CDNs in ISP access and back-haul networks to reduce redundant web traffic within the ISP infrastructure while improving user's QoS.  ...  We thank Giovanna Carofiglio for the fruitful discussions and the anonymous reviewers who helped improving the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2660129.2660146 dblp:conf/acmicn/ImbrendaMR14 fatcat:bgio6c7otbbntmpwkhiau4gqpq

An Empirical Study on Internet to Home Through Optical Fibre in Indian Internet Service Provider Market with Special Reference to Customer Switching Pattern with the Introduction of Reliance Jio "GigaFiber" and other Players like BSNL, Airtel, Tata Sky Broadband etc

Pawan Kalyani
2019 Zenodo  
Abstract: In India, there is a long history of evolution in terms of Internet Services right from Dial-up slow connection to the fast Optical fibre based connection.  ...  This has been proved recently when reliance introduced "JIO" in mobile telephony with 4G network and high speed internet on mobile phones, many new customers adopted this service and there are many switchers  ...  This gives the clear indication for the promising customer who can switch from their current ISP to the Reliance Jio network for seeking speed.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3523847 fatcat:k7h6g2e2cfarrcftqh2xrnkl7q

Measuring Web Quality of Experience in Cellular Networks [chapter]

Alemnew Sheferaw Asrese, Ermias Andargie Walelgne, Vaibhav Bajpai, Andra Lutu, Özgü Alay, Jörg Ott
2019 Msphere  
Trevisan et al. [140] proposed a system called PAIN (PAssive INdicator) to automatically monitor the web performance from passive measurement by leveraging flow-level DNS measurements.  ...  The authors showed the metrics used in PAIN are strongly correlated with the web QoE metrics such as PLT and the Speed Index.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-15986-3_2 fatcat:ssb34hgtebhjhl2sh5ectc77fm

Positive Discrimination and the ZettaFlood [chapter]

2010 Net Neutrality  
Consumers are assumed to act in a mainly passive mode, receiving web pages and email in response to short (in packet terms) requests, which is why asymmetric connections are provided.  ...  Note that ISPs must aggregate all their local exchange customers, so 24 kbps for 1,000 users would indicate a theoretical minimum of 24 Mbps required at the local exchange, a signifi cant 'pipe' for the  ... 
doi:10.5040/ fatcat:gqtwym7fnfhy5jy6urc75az34u


2001 Interactive Marketing  
Articles and papers are selected by the editors for abstraction based on their value in furthering practitioners' knowledge of new and emerging practices and in promulgating direct marketing ef®cacy.  ...  Segmentation, modelling, AID, CHAID, RFM Advertising, banners, Web A short, impressive account of how to compensate for a widely noted declining trend in ad effectiveness on the Web.  ...  This led the company to design, and supply free on the Web, a series of tools for design, simulation and prototype creation in a number of bottleneck areas.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ fatcat:ljif73rtsvgg3ojvzvawe3xvyu

Standardizing large-scale measurement platforms

Marcelo Bagnulo, Philip Eardley, Trevor Burbridge, Brian Trammell, Rolf Winter
2013 Computer communication review  
Thanks to the large number of measurement agents, these platforms can provide data about key network performance indicators from the end-user perspective.  ...  "Speed" should be measured the same way for different ISPs, and "reliability" should be the same compound metric.  ...  Ookla [5] operates the website, a popular web-based speed test that allows consumers to run ad-hoc checks of how their broadband connection is performing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2479957.2479967 fatcat:xhwfjmxkifbqnoq6aruwtvvsem

Driving in the Cloud: An Analysis of Drive-by Download Operations and Abuse Reporting [chapter]

Antonio Nappa, M. Zubair Rafique, Juan Caballero
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
On average an exploit server still lives for 4.3 days after a report.  ...  Our operational analysis reveals that although individual exploit servers have a median lifetime of 16 hours, long-lived operations exist that operate for several months.  ...  This work was supported in part by the European Union through Grant FP7-ICT No. 256980 and by the Spanish Government through Grant TIN2012-39391-C04-01 and a Juan de la Cierva Fellowship for Juan Caballero  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39235-1_1 fatcat:zywpfty62fghzbhish4mrnp2my

Measured HTTP performance and fun factors [chapter]

Joachim Charzinski
2001 Teletraffic science and engineering  
HTTP/TCP connections to access Web servers and (b) to serve as an example for quantifying quality of service with fun factors.  ...  Consequently, the quality of service associated with Web browsing is taken as representative for the service possible in the Internet.  ...  Acknowledgment The author would like to thank his co-workers at Siemens and his project partners at the Universities of Stuttgart and Würzburg for the fruitful co-operation within the Internet traffic  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1388-3437(01)80192-x fatcat:qtacad7ixnd7ri4dnoeecup5oa

Computer Networking [article]

Kurose Ross
2017 Zenodo  
Are there guiding principles and structures that can provide a foundation for understanding such an amazingly large and complex system?  ...  Fortunately, the answer to all of these questions is a resounding YES!  ...  So, for example, an access ISP may multi-home with two regional ISPs, or it may multi-home with two regional ISPs and also with a tier-1 ISP.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5599466 fatcat:roncomlhjrf7dafpacammhf6xq

The MALICIA dataset: identification and analysis of drive-by download operations

Antonio Nappa, M. Zubair Rafique, Juan Caballero
2014 International Journal of Information Security  
Our operational analysis reveals that although individual exploit servers have a median lifetime of 16 h, long-lived operations exist that operate for several months.  ...  On average, an exploit server still lives for 4.3 days after a report. Finally, we detail the Malicia dataset we have collected and are making available to other researchers.  ...  They also show how painful abuse reporting can be and the need for an homogeneous code of conduct for takedowns.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10207-014-0248-7 fatcat:cng7cx2fized3ie4gw55ko76mi

Residential Demand for Broadband Telecommunications and Consumer Access to Unaffiliated Internet Content Providers

J. Gregory Sidak, Hal J. Singer, Jerry A. Hausman
2001 Social Science Research Network  
On May 6, 1999, AT&T and Media One agreed to merge in a transaction valued at roughly $56 billion.  ...  As a result of this transaction, AT&T would have substantial equity and management rights in both Excite@Home and Road Runner, which collectively served 60 percent of the nation's residential broadband  ...  that consumers only consider differences in speed when choosing their ISP?  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.268512 fatcat:2yiv2p36ujhevahkrlwmkxp6su

EWER:"Electromagnetic Wave Exposure Reduction" Service for Sensitive Users with Privacy Concerns

Mohamed Aymen Chalouf, Francine Krief, Dramane Ouattara
2017 International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications  
This could be achieved thanks to a dynamic adaptation of transmission parameters (frequency, power, etc.), for example.  ...  That is why, for example, demonstrations take place regularly against the installation of new transmission antennas in urban areas.  ...  between ISPs to provide good service levels for theirs clients).  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcnc.2017.9605 fatcat:wrjnmkpk6rcezix7xkfy7onk44

The Value of Network Neutrality for the Internet of Tomorrow

Luca Belli, Primavera De Filippi
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Acknowledgements This report is the result of a collective work.  ...  The Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality (DC) has indeed been created to stimulate the debate on network neutrality and this work reflects a small but significant percentage of the ideas that have been  ...  action indicated in the column.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2468534 fatcat:yhhljon4m5a37g3rhrl3w5dwza
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