Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM) 2013, day 1


The notes that follow are a mixture of what each speaker said, or bullets listed on slides, or thoughts of my own. If you were at PAM and you spot errors (likely), feel free to point them out, and I’ll fix them. Not all papers are covered, but a good bunch of them are.

Conference Website:

Dates: 1819 March, 2013. 74 papers were submited, 24 of those were accepted.

Session 1

Measurement Artifacts in NetFlow Data

Speaker: Rick Hofstede

Towards Fast and Efficient IP-level Network Topology Capture

Speaker: Thomas Bourgeau

Detecting Third-party Addresses in Traceroute Traces with IP Timestamp Option

Speaker: Pietro Marchetta

FlowSense: Monitoring Network Utilization with Zero Measurement Cost

Speaker: Curtis Yu

Session 2

How to Reduce Smartphone Traffic Volume by 30%?

Speaker: Subhabrata Sen

Modeling Cellular User Mobility Using a Leap Graph

Speaker: Seunjoon Lee

Keynote: Endace and DAG Technology, 1995 – 2013

Ian Graham, endace

Session 3

Estimating TCP Latency Approximately with Passive Measurements

Speaker: Sriharsha Gangam

Effect of Competing TCP Traffic on Interactive Real-Time Communication

Speaker: Ilpo Jarvinen

Performance Implications of Unilateral Enabling of IPv6

Speaker: Michael Rabinovich


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