Final Program

Passive & Active Measurement Workshop

Hosted by The Waikato Applied Network Dynamics Group (WAND)

Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato

Hamilton, New Zealand, April 3 and 4, 2000

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Author Guidelines
Call for Papers
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Sunday, 2nd April


Cocktail Reception


Monday, 3rd April

 8:30 - 9am


9 - 10:30 am

Session One – Chair: Ian Graham

Welcome, Opening remarks
Design Principles for Accurate Passive Measurement
John Cleary, Stephen Donnelly, Ian Graham, Anthony McGregor and 
Murray Pearson - University of Waikato
Internet Performance Monitoring for the High Energy Nuclear and Particle Physics Community
Warren Matthews and Les Cottrell - Stanford University  
10:30 - 11am Morning Tea
11am - 12:30pm Session Two – Chair: Murray Jorgensen
 Statistics & Measurements: From Network Research to Network Operations
Herv้ Guy and Ren้ Hatem  - CANARIE Inc.
 Wide Area Fault Detection by Monitoring Aggregated Traffic
Kohei Ohta, Glenn Mansfield, Nei Kato and Yoshiaki Nemoto  - Cyber Solutions and Tohoku University
 Network Performance Visualisation: Insight Through Animation
J A Brown, A J McGregor and Hans-Werner Braun - NLANR and University of Waikato
12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch
1:30 - 3pm Session Three – Chair: Matt Mathis
Measurement of Voice over IP Traffic
James Curtis, John G. Cleary, Tony McGregor and Murray Pearson - University of Waikato
Performance Inference Engine (PIE): Deducing More Performance using Less Data
Susmit H. Patel 
Assessing Internet Performance Metrics Using Large-Scale TCP SYN-based Measurements
Martin Horneffer - University of Cologne
3 - 3:30pm Afternoon Tea
3:30 - 4:30pm Session Four – Chair: John Cleary
Detection of Change in One-Way Delay for Analyzing the Path Status
Yoshito Tobe, Yosuke Tamura, Hiroto Aida and Hideyuki Tokuda - Keio University 
 FlowBoy: An Object-Oriented Framework for Generic Network Flow Managment
Mike Haberman, Tony Rimovsky, Jon Dugan, Patrick Dorn and David Wheeler - NCSA 
4:30 - 5:30pm Poster Session
6 - 7pm Pre Dinner Drinks
7  pm Workshop Dinner



9 - 10:30 am

Session Five – Chair: Tony McGregor

 Measuring IP Network Performance - The SingAREN Approach
Heng Seng Cheng, Lek Heng Ngoh, Jonathan Ong, Chan Keong Yip, Soon Meng Ow and Sharon Lim - SingAREN and Nanyang Technological University
Comparing two Implementations of the IETF IPPM One-way Delay and Loss Metrics
Sunil Kalidindi, Matt Zekauskas and Henk Uijterwaal 
Experiences with NIMI
Vern Paxson, Andrew K. Adams and Matt Mathis - AT&T Center for Internet Research and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
10:30 - 11am Morning Tea
11am - 12:30pm Session Six – Chair: Matt Zekauskas
 The Traffic Matrix
Martin van den Nieuwelaar - AUCS Communications
Felix Project: Topology Discovery From One-Way Delay Measurements
Bruce Siegell, Joseph DesMarais, Mark Garrett, Paul Seymour and David Shallcross - Telcordia and Princeton University
Real-Time Measurement of Long-Range Dependence in ATM Networks
Matthew Roughan, Darryl Veitch, Jennifer Yates, Martin Ahsberg, Hans Elgelid, Maurice Castro, Mick Dwyer and Patrice Abry - RMIT University 
12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch
1:30 - 3pm Session Seven – Chair: Murray Pearson
 Assessment of Accounting Meters with Dynamic Traffic Generation based on Classification Rules
Georg Carle, Jens Tieman and Tanja Zseby - GMD FOKUS
 Analysis of Internet Delay Times
H. Stele Martin, Anthony McGregor and John G. Cleary - University of Waikato
On-line Generation of Fractal and Multi-Fractal Traffic
Darryl Veitch, Jon-Anders Backar, Jens Wall, Jennifer Yates and Matthew Roughan  University of Melbourne, RMIT University and AT&T Research Laboratories  
3 - 3:30pm Afternoon Tea
3:30 - 5pm Session Eight – Chair: Nevil Brownlee
Panel Discussion
Topic: "Analysis of network data: how do we really use it?
Panel: Nevil Brownlee (Chair), Darryl Veitch, Henk Uijterwaal, Matt Mathis, David Moore and Steve Feldman 
5pm Close of Conference