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Network Loss Inference Using Unicast End-to-End Measurement

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Title: Network Loss Inference Using Unicast End-to-End Measurement
Author: Coates, Mark J.; Nowak, Robert David
Type: Conference Paper
Keywords: unicast; end-to-end; measurement; internal network loss
Citation: M. J. Coates and R. D. Nowak,"Network Loss Inference Using Unicast End-to-End Measurement," in ITC Conference on IP Traffic, Modeling and Management,, pp. 28-1 to 28-9.
Abstract: The fundamental objective of this work is to determine the extent to which unicast, end-to-end network measurement is capable of determining internal network losses. The major contributions of this paper are two-fold: we formulate a measurement procedure for network loss inference based on end-to-end packet pair measurements,and we develop a statistical modeling and computation framework for inferring internal network loss characteristics. Simulation experiments demonstrate the potential of our new framework.
Date Published: 2000-09-20

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