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A visual exploration process for the analysis of Internet routing data

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3 Author(s)
Soon Tee Teoh ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., California Univ., Davis, CA, USA ; Kwan-Liu Ma ; Wu, S.F.

The Internet pervades many aspects of our lives and is becoming indispensable to critical functions in areas such as commerce, government, production and general information dissemination. To maintain the stability and efficiency of the Internet, every effort must be made to protect it against various forms of attacks, malicious users, and errors. A key component in the Internet security effort is the routine examination of Internet routing data, which unfortunately can be too large and complicated to browse directly. We have developed an interactive visualization process which proves to be very effective for the analysis of Internet routing data. In this application paper, we show how each step in the visualization process helps direct the analysis and glean insights from the data. These insights include the discovery of patterns, detection of faults and abnormal events, understanding of event correlations, formation of causation hypotheses, and classification of anomalies. We also discuss lessons learned in our visual analysis study.

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Visualization, 2003. VIS 2003. IEEE

Date of Conference:

24-24 Oct. 2003