Temporal comparisons of Internet topology
Wright, Jamar E.
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Network science and its many applications provide insight into several genres, including biological, neural, logistical and technical problems. The study of complex networks extends to the Internet as well, merging graph theoretical concepts with those of computer science in an effort to perform Internet topology measurements, ultimately contributing to inferred Internet mapping. In this research, we examine whether the time of day is a factor when measuring Internet topology. In doing so, we employ graph measures, statistical measures, and complex network measures to compare graphs inferred from probes of the Internet via network monitors. Using comparisons of these measures, we did not find indication that time was a factor for the seven probing cycles examined in this study.
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