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new workshop paper “Assessing Affinity Between Users and CDN Sites” in TMA 2015

The paper “Assessing Affinity Between Users and CDN Sites” (available at http://www.isi.edu/~xunfan/research/Fan15a.pdf) will appear at the Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Workshop in April 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. From the abstract: Large web services employ CDNs to improve user performance. CDNs … Continue reading

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New conference paper “Evaluating Anycast in the Domain Name System” to appear at INFOCOM

The paper “Evaluating Anycast in the Domain Name System” (available at http://www.isi.edu/~xunfan/research/Fan13a.pdf) was accepted to appear at the IEEE International Conference (INFOCOM) on Computer Communications 2013 in Turin, Italy. From the abstract: IP anycast is a central part of production … Continue reading

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New tech report “Characterizing Anycast in the Domain Name System”

We just published an new technical report of our anycast enumeration work, including some exciting new results. Check out “Characterizing Anycast in the Domain Name System” (available at ftp://ftp.isi.edu/isi-pubs/tr-681.pdf) . From the abstract: IP anycast is a central part of … Continue reading

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New tech report “Identifying and Characterizing Anycast in the Domain Name System”

We just published a new technical report “Identifying and Characterizing Anycast in the Domain Name System” (available at ftp://ftp.isi.edu/isi-pubs/tr-671.pdf) . From the abstract: Since its first appearance, IP anycast has become essential for critical network services such as the Domain … Continue reading

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New conference paper “Selecting Representative IP Addresses for Internet Topology Studies” to appear at IMC

The paper “Selecting Representative IP Addresses for Internet Topology Studies” (available at http://www.isi.edu/~xunfan/research/Fan10a.pdf) was accepted to appear at the ACM Internet Measurement Conference 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. From the abstract: An Internet hitlist is a set of addresses that cover … Continue reading

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New tech report “Selecting Representative IP Addresses for Internet Topology Studies”

We just published a new technical report “Selecting Representative IP Addresses for Internet Topology Studies” (available at ftp://ftp.isi.edu/isi-pubs/tr-666.pdf) . From the abstract: An Internet hitlist is a set of addresses that cover and can represent the the Internet as a … Continue reading

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