Internet measurement platforms give us a clearer understanding of the state of the Internet. But none of these platforms gives us a ‘view from everywhere’, so that understanding will always be based on a partial and potentially biased view of things. In this episode, Pavlos Sermpezis talks about the importance of revealing bias in Internet measurements.
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The analysis Pavlos and his colleagues are carrying out is part of the AI4NetMon project that aims to deliver methods for reducing biased findings from Internet measurement infrastructures. The platforms under investigation include RIPE NCC operated services RIPE RIS, RIPE Atlas, RIPEstat, and also RouteViews.
01:20 - Pavlos's winning article on Bias in Internet Measurement Infrastructures
01:37 - About the Data and Science Laboratory (DataLab)
02:53 - More on the RIPE Routing Information Service (RIS)
04:10 - Robert talking about RIPE Atlas in Episode 3
19:46 - Watch Pavlos's presentation at RIPE 84
20:20 - Other data sources Pavlos and his colleagues are using: CAIDA’s AS-rank, PeeringDB, Internet Health Report (AS-hegemony), and bgp.tools.
22:15 - Read more about RACI support for AI4NetMon