Passive and Active Measurement: 12th International Conference, PAM 2011, Atlanta, GA, USA, March 20-22, 2011, Proceedings

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Neil Spring, George F. Riley
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 4, 2011 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Passive and Active Measurement, PAM 2011, held in Atlanta, GA, USA, in March 2011. The 24 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 56 submissions. The papers were arranged into seven sessions covering passive measurement, wireless models, bandwidth, automated bots, route avoidance, interdomain protocols, timing, and diagnosis.
 

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Contents

Operating a Network Link at 100
1
Dynamics of Prefix Usage at an Edge Router
11
Evolution of Cache Replacement Policies to Track HeavyHitter Flows
21
NAT Usage in Residential Broadband Networks
32
The Efficacy of Path Loss Models for Fixed Rural Wireless Links
42
Dissecting 3G Uplink Delay by Measuring in an Operational HSPA Network
52
On the Potential of FixedBeam 60 GHz Network Interfaces in Mobile Devices
62
A Measurement Study on Hulu
72
Where Does the Filtering Occur?
133
Route Flap Damping Made Usable
143
On Reducing the Impact of Interdomain Route Changes
153
Inferring the Origin of Routing Changes Based on Preferred Path Changes
163
A Comparative Study of Handheld and Nonhandheld Traffic in Campus WiFi Networks
173
Unveiling the BitTorrent Performance in Mobile WiMAX Networks
184
Peeling Away Timing Error in NetFlow Data
194
Understanding Root Causes of Internet Clock Synchronization Inaccuracy
204

On the Feasibility of Bandwidth Detouring
81
Can Network Characteristics Detect Spam Effectively in a StandAlone Enterprise?
92
Detecting and Analyzing Automated Activity on Twitter
102
A Practical Approach to Portscan Detection in Very HighSpeed Links
112
Investigating the Visibility and Effectiveness of Copyright Monitors
122
FlowBased Approach for Connectivity Tracking
214
Noncooperative Diagnosis of Submarine Cable Faults
224
Measuring and Characterizing EndtoEnd Route Dynamics in the Presence of Load Balancing
235
Author Index
245
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