Philip Eardley

Global Measurements: Practice and Experience

Vaibhav Bajpai, Arthur W. Berger, Philip Eardley, Jörg Ott, Jürgen Schönwälder
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CCR April 2016

This article summarises a 2.5 day long Dagstuhl seminar on Global Measurements: Practice and Experience held in January 2016. This seminar was a followup of the seminar on Global Measurement Frameworks held in 2013, which focused on the development of global Internet measurement platforms and associated metrics. The second seminar aimed at discussing the practical experience gained with building these global Internet measurement platforms.

Standardizing large-scale measurement platforms

Marcelo Bagnulo, Philip Eardley, Trevor Burbridge, Brian Trammell, Rolf Winter
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CCR April 2013

Over the last few years, we have witnessed the deployment of large measurement platforms that enable measurements from many vantage points. Examples of these platforms include SamKnows and RIPE ATLAS. All told, there are tens of thousands of measurement agents. Most of these measurement agents are located in the end-user premises; these can run measurements against other user agents located in strategic locations, according to the measurements to be performed.

How to Contribute Research Results to Internet Standardization

Marcelo Bagnulo, Philip Eardley, Lars Eggert, and Rolf Winter
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CCR July 2011

The development of new technology is driven by scientific research. The Internet, with its roots in the ARPANET and NSFNet, is no exception. Many of the fundamental, long-term improvements to the architecture, security, end-to-end protocols and management of the Internet originate in the related academic research communities. Even shorter-term, more commercially driven extensions are oftentimes derived from academic research. When interoperability is required, the IETF standardizes such new technology.

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