[e2e] IMC 2006, Rio de Janeiro: Call for Participation

Kevin Jeffay jeffay at cs.unc.edu
Tue Sep 26 19:35:14 PDT 2006


Internet Measurement Conference 2006
Sponsored by ACM SIGCOMM and in cooperation with USENIX
October 25-27, 2006
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The 2006 Internet Measurement Conference is a two and a half day event
focusing on Internet measurement and analysis, following on the
successes of five previous Internet Measurement Workshops and

The conference will be held in the Marina Palace Hotel located on
Leblon Beach in Leblon, one of the most traditional and charming parts
of Rio. The beautiful Ipanema and Copacabana beaches are also nearby.

The conference reception will be at Rio Scenarium - Culture Pavillion,
a 19th-century building located in the culturally rich Lapa District.
The conference banquet will be at Barra Brasa Rio, which is within
walking distance of the hotel.

Registration and local arrangements information can be found at the
conference website http://www.imconf.net/imc-2006/


Wednesday, October 25, 2006


	Shared State Sampling,
	Frederic Raspall, Sebastia Sallent, Josep Yufera, Technical
	University of Catalonia

	Fisher Information of Sampled Packets: an Application to Flow
	Size Estimation
	Bruno Ribeiro, Don Towsley, University of Masachusetts at Amherst;
	Tao Ye, Jean Bolot, Sprint Advanced Technology Laboratories

	On Unbiased Sampling for Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks
	Daniel Stutzbach, Reza Rejaie, University of Oregon;
	Nick Duffield, Subhabrata Sen, Walter Willinger, AT&T Labs-Research

Security and Privacy

	A Longtitudinal Analysis of Botnet Dynamics: A Walk on the Wild
	Moheeb Abu Rajab, Jay Zarfoss, Fabian Monrose, Andreas Terzis,
	Johns Hopkins University

	Finding Diversity in Remote Code Injection Exploits
	Justin Ma, University of California, San Diego; John Dunagan,
	Helen Wang, Microsoft Research; Stefan Savage, Geoffrey Voelker,
	University of California, San Diego

	Generating a Privacy Footprint on the Internet
	Balachander Krishnamurthy, AT&T Labs - Research;
	Craig Wills, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Latency and Topology

	Towards IP Geolocation using Delay and Topology Measurements
	Ethan Katz-Bassett, John Zahorjan, Arvind Krishnamurthy, David
	Wetherall, Tom Anderson, University of Washington; Yatin Chawathe,

	Measurement-Based Analysis, Modeling, and Synthesis of the
	Internet Delay Space
	Bo Zhang, T. S. Eugene Ng, Animesh Nandi, Rudolf Riedi, Rice
	University; Peter Druschel, Max Planck Institute of Software Systems;
	Guohui Wang, Rice University

	An Explanatory Approach to Latency Prediction
	Harsha Madhyastha, Tom Anderson, Arvind Krishnamurthy, University
	of Washington; Neil Spring, University of Maryland; Arun 
Venkataramani, 	University of Massachusetts Amherst

	Touring the Internet in a TCP Sidecar
	Rob Sherwood, Neil Spring, University of Maryland


	Monarch: A Tool to Emulate Transport Protocol Flows over the
	Internet at Large
	Andreas Haeberlen, Marcel Dischinger, Krishna Gummadi,
	MPI-SWS; Stefan Saroiu, University of Toronto

	Semi-Automated Discovery of Application Session Structure
	Jayanthkumar Kannan, University of California at Berkeley;
	Jaeyeon Jung, Massachusetts	Institute of Technology; Vern Paxson,
	ICSI; Can Emre Koksal, Department of Computer an Communication
	Sciences, EPFL

	On the Impact of Research Network Based Testbeds on Wide-area
	Himabindu Pucha, Y. Charlie Hu, Purdue University, West Lafayette;
	Z. Morley Mao, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Anomalies and Malware

	Precise Anomaly Detection and Identification Using Sketch
	Xin Li, Fang Bian, University of Southern California;
	Mark Crovella, Boston University; Christophe Diot, Thomson
	Technology Paris Laboratory; Ramesh Govindan, University of
	Southern California; Gianluca Iannaccone, Intel Research

	Avoiding Traceroute Anomalies with Paris Traceroute
	Brice Augustin, Xavier Cuvellier, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie,
	CNRS -- Laboratoire LIP6; Benjamin Orgogozo, Fabien Viger,
	Universite Denis Diderot, CNRS -- Laboratoire LIAFA; Timur
	Friedman, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, CNRS -- Laboratoire
	LIP6-CNRS; Matthieu Latapy, Universite Denis Diderot, CNRS --
	Laboratoire LIAFA; Clemence Magnien, Ecole Polytechnique,
	CNRS -- Laboratoire CREA; Renata Teixeira, Universite Pierre
	et Marie Curie, CNRS -- Labtoratoire LIP6

	Impact of Traffic Sampling on Anomaly Detection
	Daniela Brauckhoff, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology;
	Anukool Lakhina, Boston University; Bernhard Tellenbach,
	Arno Wagner, Martin May, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

	Is Sampled Data Sufficient for Anomaly Detection?
	Jianning Mai, Chen-Nee Chuah, UC Davis; Ashwin Sridharan,
	Tao Ye, Hui Zang, Sprint

Peer to peer

	Comprehensive View of a Live Network Coding P2P System
	Pablo Rodriguez, Christos Gkantsidis, John Miller, Microsoft
	Research, Cambridge

	Understanding Churn in Peer-to-Peer Networks
	Daniel Stutzbach, Reza Rejaie, University of Oregon

	Rarest First and Choke Algorithms Are Enough
	Arnaud Legout, INRIA; Guillaume Urvoy-Keller, Pietro
	Michiardi, Institut Eurecom


	Delving into Internet Streaming Media Delivery: A Quality and
	Resource Utilization Perspective
	Lei Guo, Enhua Tan, The Ohio State University; Songqing Chen,
	George Mason University; Zhen Xiao, IBM T.J. Watson Research
	Center; Oliver Spatscheck, AT&T Labs-Research; Xiaodong Zhang,
	The Ohio State University

	A Measurement-based Deployment Proposal for IP Anycast
	Hitesh Ballani, Paul Francis, Cornell University;
	Sylvia Ratnasamy, Intel-Research Berkeley

	Measuring Query Clickstreams
	Nils Kammenhuber, Technische Universite Munchen; Julia
	Luxenburger, Max-Planck Institute of Informatics; Anja Feldmann,
	Technische Universite Munchen; Gerhard Weikum, Max-Planck
	Institute of Informatics

	An Independent-Connection Model for Traffic Matrices
	Vijay Erramilli, Mark Crovella, Boston University;
	Nina Taft, Intel Research


	The Need for Cross-layer Information in Access Point Selection
	Karthikeyan Sundaresan, Georgia Tech; Konstantina Papagiannaki,
	Intel Research Cambridge

	A Study of the Short Message Service of a Nationwide Cellular
	Petros Zerfos, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories; Xiaoqiao Meng,
	Vidyut Samanta, Songwu Lu, University of California Los Angeles


	Quantifying Path Exploration in the Internet
	Ricardo Oliveira, UCLA; Beichuan Zhang, University of Arizona;
	Dan Pei, ATT Labs Research; Daniel Massey, Colorado State
	University; Lixia Zhang, UCLA

	BGP Convergence in Virtual Private Networks
	Dan Pei, Jacobus Van der Merwe, AT&T Labs-Research

Friday, October 27, 2006

Pattern Matching and Parsing

	BinPAC: A yacc for Writing Application Protocol Parsers
	Ruoming Pang, Princeton University; Vern Paxson, ICSI; Larry
	Peterson, Princeton University

	Approximate Fingerprinting to Accelerate Pattern Matching
	Ramaswamy Ramaswamy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst;
	Lukas Kencl, Gianluca Iannaccone, Intel Research, Cambridge

	Efficient String Comparison Algorithms for Network Traffic
	Christian Kreibich, Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge


	Unexpected Means of Protocol Inference
	Justin Ma, Kirill Levchenko, University of California San
	Diego; Christian Kreibich, University of Cambridge; Stefan
	Savage, Geoffrey Voelker, University of California San Diego

	A Study of Malware in Peer-to-peer Networks
	Andrew Kalafut, Abhinav Acharya, Minaxi Gupta, Indiana

	Malware Prevalence in the KaZaA File-Sharing Network
	Seungwon Shin, Electronics and Telecommunications Research
	Institute (ETRI); Jaeyeon Jung, Hari Balakrishnan, MIT

If you anticipate attending, you should book your hotel room ASAP
because other cultural events in Rio at the same time will make hotel
accommodations scarce..

Many attendees will need a visa to enter Brazil. Visas are required
for citizens of the USA, China, India, and others. Citizens of most
European countries do not require a visa.  Additional information as
well instructions for obtaining a visa can be found on the conference

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