*For foreign visitors, please check Daylight Savings Time (DST) notice first.
*Poster authors should hand their poster to the registration desk by Day 1 noon so it can be mounted on the cruise ship.
Day 1 (Monday March 10, 2014)
- 08:30 - 09:00 Registration
- 09:00 - 10:00 Keynote: "Sharing Network Data: Bright Gray Days Ahead" by John Heidemann
Abstract: Sharing data is what we expect as a community. From the IMC best paper award requiring a public dataset to NSF data management plans, we know that data is crucial to reproducible science. Yet privacy concerns today make data acquisition difficult and sharing harder still. AOL and Netflix have released anonymized datasets that leaked customer information, at least for a few customers and with some effort. With the EU suggesting that IP addresses are personally identifiable information, are we doomed to IP-address free "Internet" datasets?
In this talk I will explore the issues in data sharing, suggesting that we need to move beyond black and white definitions of private and public datasets, to embrace the gray shades of data sharing in our future. Gray need not be gloomy. I will discuss some new ideas in sharing that suggest that, if we move beyond "anonymous ftp" as our definition, the future may be gray but bright.
- 10:00 - 10:25 Coffee Break
- 10:25 - 12:15 Session 1: Internet Wireless and Mobility
- RadioProphet: Intelligent Radio Resource Deallocation For Cellular Networks
- Mobile Network Performance from User Devices: A Longitudinal, Multidimensional Analysis
- Diagnosing Path Inflation of Mobile Client Traffic
- An End-to-End Measurement Study of Modern Cellular Data Networks
- 12:15 - 13:45 Lunch
- 13:45 - 15:30 Session 2: Measurement Design, Experience and Analysis
- A Second Look at Detecting Third-Party Addresses in Traceroute Traces with the IP Timestamp Option
- Ingress Point Spreading: A New Primitive for Adaptive Active Network Mapping
- On searching for patterns in traceroute responses
- Volume-based Transit Pricing: Is 95 The Right Percentile?
- 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
- 16:00 - 17:45 Session 3: Performance Measurement
- Dissecting Round Trip Time on the Slow Path with a Single Packet
- Is our Ground-Truth for Traffic Classification Reliable?
- Detecting Intentional Packet Drops on the Internet via TCP/IP Side Channels
- The Need for End-to-End Evaluation of Cloud Availability
18:00 - 21:30 Conference Banquet and Poster Session
Cruise by FantaSea Yachts Tel: (310) 827-2220 ext 115, Alex Mackiewicz FantaSeaYachts.com The cruise will leave from a queue close to the hotel.
Day 2 (Tuesday March 11, 2014)
- 09:00 - 10:45 Session 4: Protocol And Application Behavior
- Exposing Inconsistent Web Search Results with Bobble
- Modern Application Layer Transmission Patterns from a Transport Perspective
- Third-party Identity Management Usage on the Web
- Understanding the Reachability of IPv6 Limited Visibility Prefixes
- 10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break
- 11:15 - 13:00 Session 5: Characterization of Network Behavior
- Violation of Interdomain Routing Assumptions
- Here Be Web Proxies
- Towards an Automated Investigation of the Impact of BGP Routing Changes on Network Delay Variations
- Peering at the Internet's Frontier: A First Look at ISP Interconnectivity in Africa
- 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
- 14:00 - 15:45 Session 6: Network Security and Privacy
- Assessing DNS Vulnerability to Record Injection
- How Vulnerable are Unprotected Machines on the Internet?
- A Closer Look at Third-Party OSN Applications: Are They Leaking Your Personal Information?
- On the Effectiveness of Traffic Analysis Against Anonymity Networks Using Flow Records
- 15:45 - 16:00 Coffee Break
- 16:00 - 17:00 Special session to discuss the future of PAM's organizational structure and conference scope
- Understanding HTTP Traffic and CDN Behavior from the Eyes of a Mobile ISP
- Scalable accurate consolidation of passively measured statistical data
- A Needle in the Haystack - Delay Based User Identification in Cellular Networks
- On Understanding User Interests through Heterogeneous Data Sources
- Nightlights: Entropy-based Metrics for Classifying Darkspace Traffic Patterns
- Distributed active measurement of Internet queuing delays
- Scaling Bandwidth Estimation to High Speed Networks