Practical, distributed network coordinates

@article{Cox2004PracticalDN,
  title={Practical, distributed network coordinates},
  author={Russ Cox and Frank Dabek and M. Frans Kaashoek and Jinyang Li and Robert Tappan Morris},
  journal={Computer Communication Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={113-118}
}
Vivaldi is a distributed algorithm that assigns synthetic coordinates to internet hosts, so that the Euclidean distance between two hosts' coordinates predicts the network latency between them. Each node in Vivaldi computes its coordinates by simulating its position in a network of physical springs. Vivaldi is both distributed and efficient: no fixed infrastructure need be deployed and a new host can compute useful coordinates after collecting latency information from only a few other hosts… CONTINUE READING
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