Tag Archives: Geolocation

best paper award at AINTEC 2016

Congratulations to Anant Shah, Christos Papadopoulos (Colorado State University) and Romain Fontugne (Internet Initiative Japan) for the award of  best paper at AINTEC 2016 to their paper “Towards Characterizing International Routing Detours”. See our prior blog post for more information about … Continue reading

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new conference paper “Towards Characterizing International Routing Detours” in AINTEC 2016

The paper “Towards Characterizing International Routing Detours” appeared in the 12th Asian Internet Engineering Conference on Dec 1, 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand and is available at http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3012698. The datasets are available at http://geoinfo.bgpmon.io. From the abstract: There are currently no requirements … Continue reading

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new workshop paper “Assessing Co-Locality of IP Blocks” in GI 2016

The paper “Assessing Co-Locality of IP Blocks” appeared in the 19th IEEE  Global Internet Symposium on April 11, 2016 in San Francisco, CA, USA and is available at (http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~manafgh/publications/Assessing-Co-Locality-of-IP-Block-GI2016.pdf). The datasets are available at (https://ant.isi.edu/datasets/geolocation/). From the abstract: Many IP Geolocation services … Continue reading

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new technical report “Assessing Co-Locality of IP Blocks”

We have released a new technical report “Assessing Co-Locality of IP Blocks”, CSU TR15-103, available at http://www.cs.colostate.edu/TechReports/Reports/2015/tr15-103.pdf. From the abstract: Many IP Geolocation services and applications assume that all IP addresses with the same /24 IPv4 prefix (a /24 block) … Continue reading

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new conference paper “Mapping the Expansion of Google’s Serving Infrastructure” in IMC 2013 and WSJ Blog

The paper “Mapping the Expansion of Google’s Serving Infrastructure” (by Matt Calder, Xun Fan, Zi Hu, Ethan Katz-Bassett, John Heidemann and Ramesh Govindan) will appear in the 2013 ACM Internet Measurements Conference (IMC) in Barcelona, Spain in Oct. 2013. This work was … Continue reading

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new technical report “Mapping the Expansion of Google’s Serving Infrastructure”

We just released a new technical report “Mapping the Expansion of Google’s Serving Infrastructure”, available as https://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Calder13a.pdf From the abstract: Modern content-distribution networks both provide bulk content and act as “serving infrastructure” for web services in order to reduce user-perceived latency. These … Continue reading

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Complete IPv4 geolocation dataset now available

We recently finished the work of geolocating all IPv4 addresses and plotted a “complete IP geolocation map“. This work is based on our previous IMC paper “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses“, joint work of Zi Hu, John Heidemann, and … Continue reading

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New conference paper “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses” at IMC 2012

The paper “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses” was accepted by IMC 2012 in Boston, MA (available at http://www.isi.edu/~johnh/PAPERS/Hu12a.html). From the abstract: Previous measurement-based IP geolocation algorithms have focused on accuracy, studying a few targets with increasingly sophisticated algorithms taking … Continue reading

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IP Geolocation in our Browsable IPv4 Map

We’re happy to announce that our browsable Internet map at http://www.isi.edu/ant/address/browse/ now includes IP geolocation. We plot the latitude and longitude of each IP address around the world as a specific color, placing them on our IPv4 map (the zoomable Hilbert … Continue reading

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New Tech Report “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses”

We just published a new technical report “Towards Geolocation of Millions of IP Addresses”, available at ftp://ftp.isi.edu/isi-pubs/tr-680.pdf. From the abstract: Previous measurement-based IP geolocation algorithms have focused on accuracy, studying a few targets with increasingly sophisticated algorithms taking measurements from tens … Continue reading

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