Peer-to-Peer and Distributed System Measurement Request Patterns
Michael G, Kavitha R
Measurement Request Patterns, Distributed System, Peer-to-Peer, Sensing Service.
Measurement service has knowledge of a larger number of network measurements than individual applications, it is in a position to determine when inference can be used to reduce the total number of measurements required to satisfy a particular demand from applications. To accomplish this, the service must quantify the measurement load required to operate a network inference mechanism, and compare this load to that of direct measurement of the requested properties. In this paper, we predict the network traffic injected by inference mechanisms, and use this knowledge to replace direct measurement traffic by inference when the cost of direct measurement exceeds that of inference. After setting up an inference mechanism, continuing measurements typically require O log(n) probes to estimate the properties of O(n2) paths.