Quantifying Internet End-to-End Route Similarity

@inproceedings{Hu2006QuantifyingIE,
  title={Quantifying Internet End-to-End Route Similarity},
  author={Ningning Hu and Peter Steenkiste},
  year={2006}
}
Route similarity refers to the similarity of two routes between two nodes and an arbitrary third node. This intuitive concept plays an important role in distributed system deployment and path-edge inference. However, route similarity has not been quantitatively studied from an end-node perspective, and its properties are poorly understood. In this paper, we make an initial effort in quantifying route similarity by investigating a simple metric—RSIM. Using two large-scale traceroute data sets… CONTINUE READING

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