Selecting representative IP addresses for internet topology studies

Abstract

An Internet hitlist is a set of addresses that cover and can represent the the Internet as a whole. Hitlists have long been used in studies of Internet topology, reachability, and performance, serving as the destinations of traceroute or performance probes. Most early topology studies used manually generated lists of prominent addresses, but evolution and… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1879141.1879195

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