[e2e] Internet Measurement Conference - Call for participation

Balachander Krishnamurthy bala at research.att.com
Fri Aug 8 11:21:43 PDT 2003

IMC 2003 will be held in Miami Beach, Florida Oct 27-29 - details on 
registration etc. is now available at 


Appended is the list of papers to be presented at IMC 2003.

Limited student travel grants will be available  - hard application deadline
is August 25 - see 



Balachander Krishnamurthy
AT&T Labs--Research


BGP Beacons
  Zhuoqing Mao, UC Berkeley 
  Randy Bush, Internet Initiative Japan
  Timothy Griffin, AT&T Lab -- Research
  Matthew Roughan, AT&T Lab -- Research

On Inferring and Characterizing Internet Routing Policies
  Feng Wang, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ of Massachusetts
  Lixin Gao, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ of Massachusetts

System Capability Effect on Algorithms for Network Bandwidth Measurement
  Guojun Jin, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  Brian Tierney, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

A Measurement Study of Available Bandwidth Estimation Tools
  Jacob Strauss, MIT
  Dina Katabi, MIT
  Frans Kaashoek, MIT

An analysis of Internet chat systems
  Christian Dewes, Universitaet des Saarlandes
  Arne Wichmann, TU Muenchen
  Anja Feldmann, TU Muenchen

Measuring and Modelling the Group Membership in the Internet
  Jun-Hong Cui, Computer Science Department, UC Los Angeles
  Michalis Faloutsos, Computer Science & Engineering, UC Riverside
  Dario Maggiorini, Computer Science Department, University of Milan
  Mario  Gerla, Computer Science Department, UC Los Angeles
  Khaled Boussetta, Computer Science Department, UC Los Angeles

Inferring Relative Popularity of Internet Applications by
	Actively Querying DNS Caches
  Craig Wills, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  Mikhail Mikhailov, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  Hao Shang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Best-Path vs. Multi-Path Overlay Routing
  David Andersen, MIT
  Alex Snoeren, UCSD
  Hari Balakrishnan, MIT

An Empirical Evaluation of Wide-Area Internet Bottlenecks
  Aditya Akella, Carnegie Mellon University
  Srinivasan Seshan, Carnegie Mellon University
  Anees Shaikh, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

Model-based Identification of Dominant Congested Links
  Wei Wei, Department of Computer Science, Univ of Massachusetts Amherst
  Bing Wang, Department of Computer Science, Univ of Massachusetts Amherst
  Don Towsley, Department of Computer Science, Univ of Massachusetts Amherst
  Jim Kurose, Department of Computer Science, Univ of Massachusetts Amherst

Constructing Internet Coordinate System Based on Delay Measurement
  Hyuk Lim, Seoul National University
  Jennifer Hou, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  Chong-Ho Choi, Seoul National University

Virtual Landmarks for the Internet
  Liying Tang, Boston University
  Mark Crovella, Boston University

Bitmap algorithms for counting active flows on high speed links
  Cristian Estan, UCSD
  George Varghese, UCSD
  Mike Fisk, UCSD,LANL

Space-Code Bloom Filter for Efficient Traffic Flow Measurement
  Abishek Kumar, Georgia Tech
  Jim Xu, Georgia Tech
  Li Li, Bell Labs Lucent
  Jia Wang, AT&T Labs - Research

Identifying Frequent Items in Sliding Windows over On-Line Packet Streams
  Lukasz Golab, University of Waterloo
  David DeHaan, University of Waterloo
  Erik Demaine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  Alejandro Lopez-Ortiz, University of Waterloo
  J. Ian Munro, University of Waterloo

Predicting Resource Usage and Estimation Accuracy in an IP Flow
	Measurement Collection Infrastructure
  Nick Duffield, AT&T Labs Research
  Carsten Lund, AT&T Labs Research

Merging Logical Topologies Using End-to-end Measurements
  Mark Coates, McGill University
  Michael Rabbat, Rice University
  Robert Nowak, Rice University

On the Number of Distributed Measurement Points for Network Tomography
  Joseph D. Horton, University of New Brunswick
  Alejandro  Lopez-Ortiz, University of Waterloo

Simple Network Performance Tomography
  Nick Duffield, AT&T Labs Research

Tomography-based Overlay Network Monitoring
  Yan Chen, UC Berkeley
  David Bindel, UC Berkeley
  Randy Katz, UC Berkeley

Inverting Sampled Traffic
  Nicolas Hohn, University of Melbourne
  Darryl Veitch, University of Melbourne

Sketch-based Change Detection: Methods, Evaluation, and Applications
  Balachander Krishnamurthy, AT&T Labs -- Research
  Subhabrata Sen, AT&T Labs -- Research
  Yin Zhang, AT&T Labs -- Research
  Yan Chen, U. C. Berkeley

Traffic Engineering with Estimated Traffic Matrices
  Matthew Roughan, AT&T Research
  Mikkel Thorup, AT&T Research
  Yin Zhang, AT&T Research

On the correspondency between TCP acknowledgment packet and data packet
  Guohan Lu, Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University
  Xing Li, Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University

Is the Round-trip Time Correlated with the Number of Packets in Flight ?
  Saad Biaz Biaz, Auburn University
  Nitin H. Vaidya, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Variability in TCP Round-trip Times: Passive Measurement and Analysis
  Jay Aikat, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Jasleen Kaur, UNC-Chapel Hill
  F. Donelson Smith, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Kevin  Jeffay, UNC-Chapel Hill

On The Causes of Routing Loops
  Ashwin Sridharan, University of Pennsylvania
  Sue Moon, Sprint, ATL
  Christophe Diot, Intel Research

Network Performance Monitoring at Small Time Scales
  Konstantina Papagiannaki, Sprint ATL
  Rene Cruz, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, UC San Diego
  Christophe Diot, Intel Research

Source-level IP packet bursts: causes and effects
  Hao  Jiang, Georgia Tech
  Constantinos Dovrolis, Georgia Tech

On the Performance of Middleboxes
  Mark Allman, BBN Technologies

In Search of Path Diversity in ISP Networks
  Renata Teixeira, UC San Diego
  Keith  Marzullo, UC San Diego
  Stefan  Savage, UC San Diego
  Geoffrey Voelker, UC San Diego

Network Performance of Broadband Hosts: Measurements & Implications
  Karthik Lakshminarayanan, UC Berkeley
  Venkata Padmanabhan, Microsoft Research

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