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    ISMA (Internet Statistics Metrics and Analysis) 2002: Multiresolution and correlation analysis of global Internet measurements

 
Draft Programme LOFAR User Requirements Review and Workshop

 

Updated October 1, 2002

 

Location: Lorentz Centre, Leiden

Dates: 7 11 October, 2002

 

Program

 

Monday, 7 October

 

09:00 10:00 Arrival & Registration

Coffee and tea in the Common Room

10:00 10:15 Opening remarks by the organizers

10:15 11:15 Nevil Brownlee

Passive Measurements of Global Internet Topology Changes

11:15 11:45 Coffee and tea in the Common Room

11:45 12:45 Senthilkumar Ayyasamy

Topology Inference and Partitions

12:45 13:45 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

13:45 15:30 Informal and private discussions

Coffee and tea in the Common Room after 15:00

15:30 16:15 Nick Feamster

Topology Inference from BGP Routing Dynamics

16:15 17:15 Andre Broido

Invariance of Internet RTT Spectrum

17:15 18:30 Wine & Cheese Party in the Common Room

 

 
Tuesday, October 8

10:00 11:00 Christophe Diot

Packet Network "Availability"

11:00 11:30 Coffee and tea in the Common Room

11:30 12:30 Henk Uijterwaal

Ripe Measurement

* Update of the Ripe NCC measurement infrastructure and infrastructure.

12:30 13:30 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

13:30 15:30 Informal and private discussions

Coffee and tea in the Common Room after 15:00

15:30 16:15 Nick Feamster

Understanding Path Failures: Location, Characterization, and Correlation

16:15 17:15 Alex Tudor

RIS Ripe NCC & Oregon Routeviews:

          A Comparative Analysis of Timing and Content Characteristics of

Global Prefix Attribute Changes

 

 
Wednesday, October 9

 

10:00 11:00 David Nicol

Detecting Behavior Propagation in BGP Trace Data

11:00 11:30 Coffee and tea in the Common Room

11:30 12:30 Andy Ogielski

BGP analysis

12:30 13:30 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

13:30 15:30 Informal and private discussions

Coffee and tea in the Common Room after 15:00

15:30 16:15 Morley Mao

BGP Beacons

16:15 17:15 Olaf Maennel

On BGP Convergence and Scalability

18:30 Conference dinner

 

 

Thursday, October 10

 

10:00 11:00 Lixin Gao

Observations on Curent Practices on Routing Policies

11:00 11:30 Coffee and tea in the Common Room

11:30 12:30 Avi Freedman

Active UDP and TCP Performance During BGP UPDATE Activity

12:30 13:30 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

13:30 15:30 Informal and private discussions

Coffee and tea in the Common Room after 15:00

15:30 16:30 Andre Broido

Internet Expansion, Refinement and Churn: BGP table analysis

16:30 17:30 Lisa Amini

Issues With Inferring Internet Topological Attributes

 

 

Friday, October 11

10:00 11:00 Kc Claffy

Overview of CAIDA's DNS analysis activities

11:00 11:30 Coffee and tea in the Common Room

11:30 12:30 Antony Antony

to be announced

12:30 13:30 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

13:30 14:30 Maurizio Patrignani

Computing the Relationships between Autonomous Systems

14:30 15:00 Coffee and tea in the Common Room

15:00 16:00 Henning Schulzrinne

Who Talks to Whom

Using BGP Data for Scaling Interdomain Resource Reservation

16:00 16:30 Kc Claffy and Andy Ogielski

roundup

 

 

End of program



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