Browsing Computer Science by Author "Lakhina, Anukool"

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  • Lakhina, Anukool; Papagiannaki, Konstantina; Crovella, Mark; Diot, Christophe; Kolaczyk, Eric D.; Taft, Nina (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2003-11-20)
    In a recent paper, Structural Analysis of Network Traffic Flows, we analyzed the set of Origin Destination traffic flows from the Sprint-Europe and Abilene backbone networks. This report presents the complete set of results ...
  • Medina, Alberto; Lakhina, Anukool; Matta, Ibrahim; Byers, John (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2001-04-12)
    Effective engineering of the Internet is predicated upon a detailed understanding of issues such as the large-scale structure of its underlying physical topology, the manner in which it evolves over time, and the way in ...
  • Lakhina, Anukool; Crovella, Mark; Diot, Christophe (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2004-05-19)
    Detecting and understanding anomalies in IP networks is an open and ill-defined problem. Toward this end, we have recently proposed the subspace method for anomaly diagnosis. In this paper we present the first large-scale ...
  • Lakhina, Anukool; Crovella, Mark; Diot, Christophe (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2004-02-24)
    Anomalies are unusual and significant changes in a network's traffic levels, which can often involve multiple links. Diagnosing anomalies is critical for both network operators and end users. It is a difficult problem ...
  • Lakhina, Anukool; Mark, Crovella; Diot, Christophe (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2005-10-05)
    The increasing practicality of large-scale flow capture makes it possible to conceive of traffic analysis methods that detect and identify a large and diverse set of anomalies. However the challenge of effectively analyzing ...
  • Lakhina, Anukool; Byers, John W.; Crovella, Mark; Matta, Ibrahim (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2002)
    One relatively unexplored question about the Internet's physical structure concerns the geographical location of its components: routers, links and autonomous systems (ASes). We study this question using two large inventories ...
  • Lakhina, Anukool; Byers, John W.; Crovella, Mark; Xie, Peng (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2002-07-15)
    Considerable attention has been focused on the properties of graphs derived from Internet measurements. Router-level topologies collected via traceroute studies have led some authors to conclude that the router graph of ...
  • Lakhina, Anukool; Papagiannaki, Konstantina; Crovella, Mark; Diot, Christophe; Koloczyk, Eric D.; Taft, Nina (Boston University Computer Science Department, 2003-11-10)
    Network traffic arises from the superposition of Origin-Destination (OD) flows. Hence, a thorough understanding of OD flows is essential for modeling network traffic, and for addressing a wide variety of problems including ...

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