Issues and etiquette concerning use of shared measurement data

@inproceedings{Allman2007IssuesAE,
  title={Issues and etiquette concerning use of shared measurement data},
  author={Mark Allman and Vern Paxson},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2007}
}
In this note we discuss issues surrounding how to provide and use network measurement data made available for sharing among researchers. While previous work has focused on the technical details of enabling sharing via traffic anonymization, we focus on higher-level aspects of the process such as potential harm to the provider (e.g., by de-anonymizing a shared dataset) or interactions to strengthen subsequent research (e.g., helping to establish ground truth). We believe the community would… CONTINUE READING
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