Avishai's Internet Topology page

Drawings of the AS-Graph

thumbnail A coarse clustering of the whole AS-graph. The big orange disk represents all the ASes at most two hops away from AS 701 (UUnet).
thumbnail The structure of the Internet Core inside the giant cluster. Each disk represents a cluster with edge density > 70%
thumbnail The Dense Core: a 43-AS cluster with with edge density > 70%
All the drawings are Copyright © Gonen Sagie and Avishai Wool, 2003

Free Software

GDTANG: The Geographic Directed Tel Aviv University Network Generator. This is a Perl program that generates synthetic Internet-like topologies using an improved Barabasi-Albert type model. It produces networks with a a power-law degree distribution (of course). However, it also produces: See our papers below for more details.

The older, undirected and non-geographic generator (TANG) can be found here.

Publications

  1. S. Bar, M. Gonen, and A. Wool. A geographic directed preferential Internet topology model.
    Technical report, 2005. arXiv:cs.NI/0502061.

  2. S. Bar, M. Gonen, and A. Wool. An incremental super-linear preferential Internet topology model.
    In 5th Annual Passive & Active Measurement Workshop (PAM), Antibes Juan-les-Pins, France, April 2004.

  3. G. Sagie and A. Wool. A clustering approach for exploring the Internet structure.
    In Proc. 23rd IEEE Convention of Electrical & Electronics Engineers in Israel (IEEEI), pages 149-152, September 2004. Here is the full technical report (postscript).

  4. Y. Shavitt, X. Sun, A. Wool, and B. Yener. Computing the unmeasured: An algebraic approach to Internet mapping.
    IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 22(1):67-78, 2004.
    A preliminary version of this work appeared in IEEE INFOCOM'2001.

Useful links

  1. Cidr-report: an up-to-date BGP data repository.
  2. The graphviz page at AT&T, home of the neato and dot graph layout programs.
  3. CAIDA, home of the Skitter project and other cool Internet visualization tools.
  4. Bill Cheswick's Internet Mapping Project at Lumeta.
  5. Back to my home page.

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