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Validating Degree-Based Topology Generators

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Generation of representative topologies at the Autonomous System (AS) and router-level is important for research into properties of the Internet and its applications. There are a large number of models and tools available for doing so, each claiming to produce representative connectivity graphs. In this talk we present an evaluation of topologies generated at AS and router level by such tools. We compare these synthetic topologies with those of the Internet AS-level and router-level and corporate networks’ topologies. We focus on various graph theory metrics for comparison of general graphs. Such analysis enables us to establish the necessity of a topology generator which provides realistic end-to-end topologies of the Internet for research.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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