Passive testing and applications to network management

@article{Lee1997PassiveTA,
  title={Passive testing and applications to network management},
  author={David Lee and A. Netravali and Krishan K. Sabnani and B. Sugla and A. John},
  journal={Proceedings 1997 International Conference on Network Protocols},
  year={1997},
  pages={113-122}
}
An important aspect of network management is fault management-determining, locating, isolating and correcting faults in the network. The paper deals with the algorithms for detecting faults, i.e., behavior of the network different from specifications. It is important for communication networks to detect faults "in-process" i.e., while the network is in its normal operation. Thus, we detect faults by examining the input-output behavior without forcing the system to specialized inputs explicitly… Expand
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