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Название: Passive and active network measurement
Авторы: Uhlig S. (ed.), Papagiannaki K. (ed.)
The 2007 edition of the Passive and Active Measurement Conference is the eighth
of a series of successful events. Since 2000, the Passive and Active Measurement
(PAM) conference has provided a forum for presenting and discussing innovative
and early work in the area of Internet measurement. This event focuses on the
research and practical applications of network measurement and analysis techniques.
The conference’s goal is to provide a forum for current work in its early
stages. This year’s conference was held in Louvain-la-Neuve, the youngest city in
Belgium, built in the 1970s to host the new campus of the Universit´e catholique
de Louvain, one of the oldest universities in Europe.
The call for papers attracted 80 submissions. Each paper was carefully reviewed
by three members of the Technical Program Committee. The reviewing
process led to the acceptance of 21 full papers and 12 short papers. The papers
were arranged into seven regular and one poster session covering the following areas:
interdomain routing, P2P, wireless 802.11, wireless 3G/CDMA/Bluetooth,
infrastructure and services, traffic, and measurement principles. Similarly to previous
years, we saw from the technical sessions the emerging importance of wireless
and applications in the topics covered by the conference. This is a sign that
PAM authors indeed work on timely issues related to Internet measurements.
The technical program of the conference was complemented by a half-day PhD
student session with invited presentations and a panel.