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Previous work on network measurements have explored several primitives of increasing complexity for measurement tasks at individual nodes, ranging from counters to hashing to arbitrary code fragments. In an SDN network, these primitives may require significant bandwidth, memory and processing resources, and the resources dedicated to these can affect the accuracy of the eventual measurement. In this paper, we first qualitatively discuss the tradeoff space of resource usage versus accuracy fordoi:10.1145/2491185.2491196 dblp:conf/sigcomm/MoshrefYG13 fatcat:5p6yse53xbcgviy5tiu2cuiigq