This year’s Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) was held in London from 1-3 November. In this article RIPE NCC highlights some of the presented work that is interesting and that the community might find useful.
The conference presented 28 long papers (each around 13 pages), 14 short papers (each around 6 pages), and 34 posters. In total, there were 193 registered attendees. IMC ranks as a key academic venue for presenting internet measurement research, and the quality of the papers is generally very good. Many of the results provide interesting overviews that the operational or standards communities can use in their work.
Submitted by Mirjam Kühne