Algorithms for Network Topology Discovery using End-to-End Measurements

@article{Bobelin2008AlgorithmsFN,
  title={Algorithms for Network Topology Discovery using End-to-End Measurements},
  author={Laurent Bobelin and Traian Muntean},
  journal={2008 International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing},
  year={2008},
  pages={267-274}
}
Identifying and inferring performances of a network topology is a well known problem. Achieving this by using only end-to-end measurements at the application level is a method known as network tomography. When the topology produced reflects capacities of sets of links with respect to a metric, the topology is called a Metric-Induced Network Topology (MINT). Tomography producing MINT has been widely used in order to predict performances of communications between clients and server. Nowadays… CONTINUE READING

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