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An Analysis of The Internal Structure of Large Autonomous Systems

@inproceedings{Govindan2002AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of The Internal Structure of Large Autonomous Systems},
  author={R. Govindan and P. Radoslavov},
  year={2002}
}
This study examines the topological and geographical structure of eight large Autonomous System (AS) topologies. We use a large collection of traceroutes obtained from multiple vantage points, and a set of heuristics designed to infer, from those traceroutes, the topology of individual ASs. We carefully validate some aspects of these topologies using publicly available information. Our analyses uncover several interesting common features of these topologies. We find high variability both in the… Expand
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