Virtual landmarks for the internet

@inproceedings{Tang2003VirtualLF,
  title={Virtual landmarks for the internet},
  author={Liying Tang and Mark Crovella},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2003}
}
Internet coordinate schemes have been proposed as a method for estimating minimum round trip time between hosts without direct measurement. In such a scheme, each host is assigned a set of coordinates, and Euclidean distance is used to form the desired estimate. Two key questions are: How accurate are coordinate schemes across the Internet as a whole? And: are coordinate assignment schemes fast enough, and scalable enough, for large scale use? In this paper we make contributions toward… CONTINUE READING
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