Correlating Heterogeneous Measurement Data to Achieve System-Level Analysis of Internet Traffic Trends

This page describes CAIDA and related activities in Trends project started in 2002. Our goal is to create and populate the Internet Measurement Data Catalog (IMDC) that will facilitate access, archiving, and long-term storage of Internet data as well as sharing the data among Internet researchers.

We also continue to collect and analyze diverse sets of Internet data in order to define requirements for future, more coherent and robust measurements.


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Correlating Heterogeneous Measurement Data to Achieve System-Level Analysis of Internet Traffic Trends

In particular, richer access to data will facilitate development of tools for navigation, analysis, and correlated visualization of massive network data sets and path specific performance and routing data that are critical to advancing both research and operational efforts.

Internet Measurement Data Catalog (IMDC)

Internet data remains one of the basic components of computer science network research, yet is limited by legal, social, and technical distribution and collection constraints. To this end, CAIDA developed the Internet Measurement Data Catalog to: facilitate sharing data among researchers.

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