Workshop Research Topics:
- Inference of global Internet topology changes, routing policies,and routing behavior propagation, using BGP data as well as passive measurements.
- Anomalies within Internet address space and BGP behavior (flaps, holes, unallocated but announced IP space, AS-distributions).
- BGP convergence and scalability.
- Co-relation between path failures and BGP events which can help in characterizing redundancy among service providers.
- A comparative analysis of timing and content characteristics of global prefix attribute changes.
- Observations on traffic flow patterns and routing policies.
- Estimation of intra-AS demands (traffic matrix) and traffic dynamics at different timescales.
- Status reports of the RIPE NCC measurement infrastructure.
ISMA Dec 2001:
Routing Data and Analysis
examined global routing data and analysis
Leiden 2001: Multiresolution Analysis of Global Internet Measurements
considered scalability issues
Leiden 2000: The
Global Internet: Measurement, Modeling and Analysis
addressed understanding of the spatial structure, dynamics, and evolution of the Internet
This meeting, sponsored by the Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) and the Lorentz Center will be held at the Lorentz Center on the campus of the Leiden University in the Netherlands. Funding for this event is provided in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under grant number ANI-9996248.