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Traceroute measurements are one of the main instruments to shed light onto the structure and properties of today’s complex networks such as the Internet. This article studies the feasibility and infeasibility of inferring the network topology given traceroute data from a worst-case perspective, i.e., without any probabilistic assumptions on, e.g., the… (More)

- Yvonne-Anne Pignolet, Stefan Schmid, Gilles Tredan
- 2012

This paper initiates the study of adversarial topology inference with virtual network (VNet) embeddings in ISP networks. As an example, we sketch how to infer cactus graphs with VNet request complexity O(n). An Internet Service Provider's (ISP) network infrastructure properties often constitute a business secret, not only for a competitive advantage, but… (More)

Powerline communication networks assume an interesting position in the communication network space: similarly to wireless networks, powerline networks are based on a shared broadcast medium; unlike wireless networks, however, the signal propagation is constrained to the power lines of the electrical infrastructure, which is essentially a graph. This article… (More)

The topological structure of complex networks has fascinated researchers for several decades, and today we have a fairly good understanding of the types and reoccurring characteristics of many different complex networks. However, surprisingly little is known today about models to compare complex graphs, and quantitatively measure their similarity and… (More)

Network virtualization is a new Internet paradigm which allows multiple virtual networks (VNets) to share the resources of a given physical infrastructure. The virtualization of entire networks is the natural next step after the virtualization of nodes and links. While the problem of how to embed a VNet (“guest network”) on a given resource network (“host… (More)

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