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DietTopp : A first implementation and evaluation of a simplified bandwidth measurement method

@inproceedings{Johnsson2004DietToppA,
  title={DietTopp : A first implementation and evaluation of a simplified bandwidth measurement method},
  author={Andreas Johnsson and Bob Melander and Mats Bj{\"o}rkman and Andreas Johnsson and Bob Melander and Mats Bjorkman},
  year={2004}
}
This paper describes the active available bandwidth measurement tool DietTopp. It measures the available bandwidth and the link capacity on an end-toend path having one bottleneck link. DietTopp is based on a simplified TOPP method. This paper describe and motivate the simplifications and assumptions made to TOPP. Further, the paper describes some of the DietTopp implementation issues. A first evaluation of DietTopp in a testbed scenario is made. Within this evaluation the performance and… 

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