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Network statistical measures associated with ASN relationship graphs.
This dataset contains different statistical measures that were computed for the network representation between various Internet vantage points and ASNs for certain dominant pairings of providers of Internet-related services. This provider dataset consists of multiple files. The suffix attached to each file represents the overlays that were considered during the computation of the measures. The following overlays were considered in this dataset 1) AS path 2) AS link 3) Geolocation 4) Organizational 5) Prefix.
Each record in the provided data files contains the following measures: 1) Dominance value of the provider pairing (a value between 0 and 1) 2) Nodes (the number of nodes in the graph) 3) Edges (the number of edges in the graph) 4) Density (the network graph density) 5) Assortativity (the network graph assortativity) 6) Transitivity (the network graph transitivity) 7) Path diversity (a measure of path diversity for the different vantage points considered.) 8) Path Efficiency (a measure of path efficiency for the different vantage points considered.) 9) Degree Centrality (Summary statistics for the degree centrality values of different nodes within the graph) 10) Betweenness Centrality (Summary statistics for the
betweenness centrality values of different nodes within the graph) 11) Eigenvector Centrality (Summary statistics for the eigenvector centrality values of different nodes within the graph)
This dataset is the subject of ongoing measurement and data collection. As such the data is continuously growing. Researchers who are granted access will be able to download updates for a period of one year after their request.
Size is growing as more data is collected
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