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Measurement and Analysis for Protocols (MAP) - Research Group

The Measurement and Analysis for Protocols (MAP) Research Group (RG) explores Internet conditions by measurement with the aim to inform protocol engineering and operator practice.

For the full charter see: https://datatracker.ietf.org/rg/maprg/charter/

MAPRG Presentations

One of the main deliverables of MAPRG is measurement reports in the form of presentations. Here are the recordings of select presentations:

November 2017 (Singapore)

  • Net Neutrality Measurements: Regulatory Use Case and Problem Statement YouTube slides, Klaus Nieminen, November 2017
  • A Continuing Study of the Active IPv6 WWW Client Address Space YouTube slides, Kyle Rose, November 2017
  • Principles for Measurability in Protocol Design YouTube slides, Brian Trammell, November 2017
  • The Root Canary: The Evolution of a Measurement YouTube slides, Roland van Rijswijk, November 2017
  • Recursives in the Wild: Engineering Authoritative DNS Servers YouTube slides, Giovane C. M. Moura, November 2017
  • Verfploeter: Broad and Load-Aware Anycast Mapping YouTube slides, Wes Hardaker, November 2017

July 2017 (Prague)

  • IPv6 Reluctanct Devices and Applications YouTube slides, Mikael Abrahamsson, July 2017
  • Fingerprint-based detection of DNS hijacks using RIPE Atlas YouTube slides, Pawel Foremski, July 2017
  • Rate-limiting of IPv6 traceroutes is widespread: measurements and mitigations YouTube slides, Pablo Alvarez, July 2017
  • kIP: a Measured Approach to IPv6 Address Anonymization YouTube slides, David Plonka, July 2017
  • Measuring Latency Variation in the Internet YouTube slides, Toke Hoiland-Jorgensen, July 2017
  • Measuring You Tube Content Delivery over IPv6 YouTube slides, Vaibhav Bajpai, July 2017
  • The QUIC Transport Protocol: Design and Internet-Scale Deployment YouTube slides, Jana Iyengar, July 2017

March 2017 (Chicago)

  • Refreshing MLab: www.measurementlab.net YouTube slides, Matt Mathis, March 2017
  • LE codepoint: preliminary results and ongoing work in the IETF YouTube slides, Gorry Fairhurst, March 2017
  • TCP ECN: Experience with Enabling ECN on the Internet YouTube slides, Padma Bhooma, March 2017
  • Measuring Trends in IPv6 Support YouTube slides, Tommy Pauly, March 2017
  • You can -j REJECT but you can not hide: Global scanning of the IPv6 Internet YouTube slides, Tobias Fiebig, March 2017
  • No domain left behind: is Let's Encrypt democratizing encryption? YouTube slides, Giovane C. M. Moura, March 2017
  • How Broadcast Data Reveals Your Identity and Social Graph YouTube slides, Rolf Winter, March 2017
  • Weak Keys Remain Widespread in Network Devices YouTube slides, Marcella Hastings, March 2017
  • Open Measurement of Internet Censorship YouTube slides, Will Scott, March 2017

November 2016 (Seoul)

  • H2 performance analysis in the real world YouTube slides, Moritz Steiner, November 2016
  • Traffic Policing in the Internet YouTube slides, Yuchung Cheng & Neal Cardwell, November 2016
  • Video at the Edge - passive delay measurements YouTube slides, Kathleen Nichols, November 2016
  • Rethinking ISP broadband performance comparison by using M-Lab big data YouTube slides, Xiahong Deng, November 2016

July 2016 (Berlin)

  • DSCP and the Evil Bit YouTube slides, Runa Barik, July 2016
  • A View Through Happy Eyeballs: Client-side IPv6 Metrics YouTube slides, Tommy Pauly, July 2016
  • Temporal and Efficient Analysis of Services Availability YouTube slides, Johannes Klick, July 2016
  • WebRTC Performance Analytics YouTube slides, Varun Singh, July 2016
  • Anycast vs. DDoS: Evaluating the November 2015 Root DNS Event YouTube slides, Giovane C. M. Moura, July 2016
  • Measurement and Analysis for the Internet of Things YouTube slides, Dave Plonka, July 2016
  • Beyond Counting: New Perspectives on the Active IPv4 Address Space YouTube slides, Philipp Richter, July 2016
  • Network Operator Measurement Activity (NOMA) YouTube slides, Leslie Daigle & John Brzozowski, July 2016

April 2016 (Buenos Aires)

Mailing List and Membership

maprg@irtf.org

Membership in the MAPRG is open to all interested parties.

Meetings

Two previous meeting of the Proposed How Ossified is the Protocol Stack? Research Group (hopsrg) were held:

Current Chairs <maprg-chairs@…>

  • Dave Plonka <dave@…>
  • Mirja Kühlewind <mirja.kuehlewind@…>

Activities and Further Information

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