Demo: Interactive Access to Internet Topology Data
journal contributionposted on 27.01.2017 by Kc Claffy, Marina Fomenkov, Bradley Huffaker, Young Hyunn
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CAIDA researchers have gathered the largest set of network topology data used for a broad spectrum of scientific research: from physics to biology, from cyber infrastructure vulnerability assessments to theory of complex networks. In order to broaden the research community access to the wealth of raw and curated data that we produce, we are developing two interactive portals, AS Rank and Vela, that we would like to demonstrate at the Gateways Conference.