|Speaker :||Maxime Mouchet|
|Time:||3:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
|Location:||LINCS + Zoom|
All kinds of Internet maps have been produced to emphasize various features of the network such as undersea cables , relationships between autonomous systems  or the use of the IPv4 address space . The Opte Project , started in 2003, uses the Large Graph Layout algorithm  to visualize paths between autonomous systems and the evolution of the Internet over time. This project has been widely successful in communicating the nature of the Internet towards the world, including a map on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. In this presentation we will revisit The Opte Project with 1) much more comprehensive measurements of the Internet topology than previously available and 2) the use of web cartography tools to build interactive maps. We will demonstrate such an interactive map, and discuss how these maps can be useful for research but also for communicating the nature of the Internet to non-specialists.
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