Identify Congested Links with Network Tomography Under Multipath Routing

@article{Pan2018IdentifyCL,
  title={Identify Congested Links with Network Tomography Under Multipath Routing},
  author={Shengli Pan and Yingjie Zhou and Zhiyong Zhang and Song Yang and Feng Qian and Guangmin Hu},
  journal={Journal of Network and Systems Management},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={409-429}
}
Identifying congested links accurately to ensure the Service Level Agreements is an important but challenging task, since it is costly or even practically unfeasible to monitor massive interior links directly for large networks. Network tomography has been proposed to overcome this problem by using end-to-end (path) measurements. However, most of existing tomographic methods only focus on the loss performance degradation, while paying much less attention the fact that network congestion will… CONTINUE READING

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