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Characterizing and measuring path diversity of internet topologies

Abstract : Path diversity describes the number of disjoint paths between hosts and characteristics of those paths, such as path length, latency, and bottleneck bandwidth. Despite wide interest in such techniques, little work has been done that actually characterizes and measures the path diversity that exists in large-scale deployed packet networks like the Internet. Our work characterizes layer-3 path diversity in the Internet.
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Renata Teixeira, Keith Marzullo, Stefan Savage, Geoffrey M. Voelker. Characterizing and measuring path diversity of internet topologies. ACM SIGMETRICS, Jun 2003, San Diego, United States. Proc. of ACM SIGMETRICS, 2003, ⟨10.1145/781064.781069⟩. ⟨hal-01097527⟩



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