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Simulating Internet Worms
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-10)
The accurate and efficient modeling of Internet worms is a particularly challenging task for network simulation tools. The atypical and aggressive behavior of these worms can easily consume excessive resources, both ...
Stateless Routing in Network Simulations
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000)
The memory resources required by network simulations can grow quadratically with size of the simulated network. In simulations that use routing tables at each node to perform per-hop packet forwarding, the storage ...
Enabling Large-Scale Multicast Simulation by Reducing Memory Requirements
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-06)
The simulation of large–scale multicast networks often requires a significant amount of memory that can easily exceed the capacity of current computers, both because of the inherently large amount of state necessary to ...
Flow Based Observations from NETI@home and Honeynet Data
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-06)
We conduct a flow based comparison of honeynet traffic, representing malicious traffic, and NETI@home traffic, representing typical end user traffic. We present a cumulative distribution function of the number of packets ...
Efficient Routing Using NIx-Vectors
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001)
We introduce the concept of Neighbor-Index Vector (NIx-Vector) routing which gives efficient and consistent routing of packets in Internet routers. A NIx-Vector is a compact representation of a routing path, which is small ...