Alumni Project

INCITE: Edge-Based Traffic Processing and Service Inference for High-Performance Networks

INCITE (InterNet Control and Inference Tools at the Edge) project focuses on the research and development of advanced network tools and services for analyzing, modeling, and characterizing high-performance network end-to-end performance based solely on edge-based measurements at the hosts and/or edge routers. Specifically, the goal of the project is to develop multi-scalable on-line tools to characterize and map network performance as a function of space, time, applications, protocols, and services for end-to-end measurement, prediction, and network diagnosis.

Funding:

20012002200320042005
$0.5M$0.8M$0.8M$0.3M  
* figures provided by Yukiko Sekine, DOE-HQ

Institutions Involved

  • Rice University
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Stanford Linear Accelerator

Principal Investigator

Richard Baraniuk    richb@rice.edu

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