Passive and Active Network Measurement

6th International Workshop, PAM 2005, Boston, MA, USA, March 31 - April 1, 2005. Proceedings

  • Constantinos Dovrolis
Conference proceedings PAM 2005

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3431)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Section 1: TCP Measurements

    1. Ethan Blanton, Mark Allman
      Pages 1-12
    2. Srinivas Shakkottai, Nevil Brownlee, kc claffy
      Pages 13-26
    3. Guillaume Urvoy-Keller
      Pages 27-40
  3. Section 2: Application Measurements

    1. Andrew W. Moore, Konstantina Papagiannaki
      Pages 41-54
    2. Satoshi Ohzahata, Yoichi Hagiwara, Matsuaki Terada, Konosuke Kawashima
      Pages 55-68
    3. Louis Plissonneau, Jean-Laurent Costeux, Patrick Brown
      Pages 69-82
    4. William Aiello, Charles Kalmanek, Patrick McDaniel, Subhabrata Sen, Oliver Spatscheck, Jacobus Van der Merwe
      Pages 83-96
  4. Section 3: Network Inference and Problem Diagnosis

    1. Hung X. Nguyen, Patrick Thiran
      Pages 97-107
    2. Weifeng Chen, Yong Huang, Bruno F. Ribeiro, Kyoungwon Suh, Honggang Zhang, Edmundo de Souza e Silva et al.
      Pages 108-120
    3. Bryan Veal, Kang Li, David Lowenthal
      Pages 121-134
    4. Stanislav Shalunov, Richard Carlson
      Pages 135-148
  5. Section 4: Topology Measurements

    1. Benoit Donnet, Timur Friedman, Mark Crovella
      Pages 149-162
    2. Shane Alcock, Anthony McGregor, Richard Nelson
      Pages 163-176
    3. Xenofontas A. Dimitropoulos, Dmitri V. Krioukov, George F. Riley
      Pages 177-188
  6. Section 5: Wireless Network Measurements

    1. Feng Li, Jae Chung, Mingzhe Li, Huahui Wu, Mark Claypool, Robert Kinicki
      Pages 189-202
    2. Albert Cabellos-Aparicio, René Serral-Gracià, Loránd Jakab, Jordi Domingo-Pascual
      Pages 203-214
  7. Section 6: Monitoring Facilities

    1. Patrik Arlos, Markus Fiedler, Arne A. Nilsson
      Pages 215-227
  8. Section 7: Routing and Traffic Engineering Measurements

    1. Han Zheng, Eng Keong Lua, Marcelo Pias, Timothy G. Griffin
      Pages 236-250
    2. Renata Teixeira, Nick Duffield, Jennifer Rexford, Matthew Roughan
      Pages 251-264
    3. Nevil Brownlee
      Pages 265-277
  9. Section 8: Spectroscopy and Bandwidth Estimation

    1. Andre Broido, Young Hyun, kc claffy
      Pages 278-291
    2. Sung-Ju Lee, Puneet Sharma, Sujata Banerjee, Sujoy Basu, Rodrigo Fonseca
      Pages 292-305
    3. Alok Shriram, Margaret Murray, Young Hyun, Nevil Brownlee, Andre Broido, Marina Fomenkov et al.
      Pages 306-320
  10. Section 9: Poster Session

    1. Denis Zuev, Andrew W. Moore
      Pages 321-324
    2. Sebastian Zander, Thuy Nguyen, Grenville Armitage
      Pages 325-328
    3. Sam Jansen, Anthony McGregor
      Pages 329-332
    4. Ramaswamy Ramaswamy, Ning Weng, Tilman Wolf
      Pages 337-340
    5. Cao Le Thanh Man, Go Hasegawa, Masayuki Murata
      Pages 341-344
    6. Xiaoming Zhou, Piet Van Mieghem
      Pages 345-348
    7. Manish R. Sharma, John W. Byers
      Pages 349-352
    8. Zhang Shu, Katsushi Kobayashi
      Pages 358-361
    9. Alexandros Batsakis, Tanu Malik, Andreas Terzis
      Pages 362-367
    10. Pavlos Papageorgiou, Michael Hicks
      Pages 368-371
  11. Back Matter

About these proceedings


Welcometothe6thInternationalWorkshoponPassiveandActiveMeasurement, held in Boston, Massuchusetts. PAM 2005 was organized by Boston University, with ?nancial support from Endace Measurement Systems and Intel. PAM continues to grow and mature as a venue for research in all aspects of Internet measurement. This trend is being driven by increasing interest and activity in the ?eld of Internet measurement. To accommodate the increasing interest in PAM, this year the workshop added a Steering Committee, whose members will rotate, to provide continuity and oversight of the PAM workshop series. PAMplaysaspecialroleinthemeasurementcommunity. Itemphasizespr- matic, relevant research in the area of network and Internet measurement. Its focus re?ects the increasing understanding that measurement is critical to e?- tive engineering of the Internet’s components. This is clearly a valuable role, as evidenced by the yearly increases in the number of submissions, interest in, and attendance at PAM. PAM received 84 submissions this year. Each paper was reviewed by three or four Program Committee (PC) members during the ?rst round. Papers that received con?icting scores were further reviewed by additional PC members or external reviewers (typically two). After all reviews were received, each paper with con?icting scores was discussed extensively by its reviewers, until a c- sensus was reached. The PC placed particular emphasis on selecting papers that were fresh and exciting research contributions. Also, strong preference was given to papers that included validation results based on real measurements.


IPv6 Monitor Session TCP WLAN active network measurement network algorithms network infrastructure network measurement network performance analysis network protocols network traffic management passive network measurement peer-to-peer networks

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  • Constantinos Dovrolis
    • 1
  1. 1.College of ComputingGeorgia Institute of TechnologyAtlantaGeorgia

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