Network Anomography

  title={Network Anomography},
  author={Yin Zhang and Zihui Ge and Albert G. Greenberg and Matthew Roughan},
  booktitle={Internet Measurment Conference},
Anomaly detection is a first and important step needed to respond to unexpected problems and to assure high performance and security in IP networks. We introduce a framework and a powerful class of algorithms for network anomography, the problem of inferring network-level anomalies from widely available data aggregates. The framework contains novel algorithms, as well as a recently published approach based on Principal Component Analysis (PCA). Moreover, owing to its clear separation of… CONTINUE READING
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