There has been an increasing interest in being able to measure available network capacity and other network performance characteristics. Internet users need measurement tools to be able to verify that their operator provides the promised service that they pay for. The network operators need measurement tool to run their networks efficiently and to be able to control the offered services. New measurement methods might also open up for new simple mechanisms for quality of service and new business models based on service differentiation.

The goal of the Evalunet project is to develop efficient and accurate methods and tools to measure available network capacity as well as other network characteristics. In the project, methods and tools for end-to-end measurements are investigated as well as methods and tools for network tomography, i.e., large-scale collaborative measurements performed by computers at the network edge.

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Gunnar, Anders (2006) Identifying Critical Traffic Demands in an IP Backbone. In: SNCNW 2006, 26-27 Oct 2006, Luleå, Sweden.

Nilsson, Martin (2006) Kalman Filtering with Unknown Noise Covariances. In: Reglermöte 2006, 30-31 May 2006, Stockholm, Sweden.

Ekelin, Svante and Nilsson, Martin and Hartikainen, Erik and Johnsson, Andreas and Mångs, Jan-Erik and Melander, Bob and Björkman, Mats (2006) Real-time measurement of end-to-end available bandwidth using Kalman filtering. In: 10th IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS 2006), 3-7 April 2006, Vancouver, Canada.

Ekelin, Svante and Nilsson, Martin (2005) The Failure of 'The Failure of Poisson Modeling' for Internet Bandwidth Measurements. In: Radiovetenskap och Kommunikation 2005 (RVK'05), 14-16 June 2005, Mjärdevi, Linköping, Sweden.

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