Bigfoot, sasquatch, the yeti and other missing links: what we don't know about the as graph

@inproceedings{Roughan2008BigfootST,
  title={Bigfoot, sasquatch, the yeti and other missing links: what we don't know about the as graph},
  author={Matthew Roughan and Simon Jonathan Tuke and Olaf Maennel},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2008}
}
Study of the Internet's high-level structure has for some time intrigued scientists. The AS-graph (showing interconnections between Autonomous Systems) has been measured, studied, modelled and discussed in many papers over the last decade. However, the quality of the measurement data has always been in question. It is by now well known that most measurements of the AS-graph are missing some set of links. Many efforts have been undertaken to correct this, primarily by increasing the set of… CONTINUE READING
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