Investigating Interdomain Routing Policies in the Wild

@inproceedings{Anwar2015InvestigatingIR,
  title={Investigating Interdomain Routing Policies in the Wild},
  author={Ruwaifa Anwar and Haseeb Niaz and David R. Choffnes and {\'I}talo S. Cunha and Phillipa Gill and Ethan Katz-Bassett},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2015}
}
Models of Internet routing are critical for studies of Internet security, reliability and evolution, which often rely on simulations of the Internet's routing system. Accurate models are difficult to build and suffer from a dearth of ground truth data, as ISPs often treat their connectivity and routing policies as trade secrets. In this environment, researchers rely on a number of simplifying assumptions and models proposed over a decade ago, which are widely criticized for their inability to… CONTINUE READING
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