Measuring the Internet

July/August 2016

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As the Internet grows in size, complexity, and the role it plays in modern society, measuring the Internet is increasingly critical to guide its continued evolution. Yet the scale, diversity, opacity, and ethical implications of conducting Internet experiments make it difficult to obtain an accurate and representative understanding of the network's behavior. The articles in this special issue provide but a glimpse into the wide range of activities that explore this rich area of investigation. Read full article »

About IEEE Internet Computing

IEEE Internet Computing covers all aspects of Internet computing, from programming and standards to security and networking. Published bimonthly, the magazine offers peer-reviewed feature, department, and column articles for both industry and academic readers.

Articles from IEEE Internet Computing

Toward Quantified Small-Scale Farms in Africa

Toward Quantified Small-Scale Farms in Africa

Developing and implementing a frugal Internet of Things can improve the monitoring and management of small-scale farms, improving the prospects for food security across Africa. Read full article »

An Internet of Drones

An Internet of Drones

The safe operation of drones for commercial and public use presents communication and computational challenges. The Geocast Air Operations Framework (GAOF) addresses them using novel network and software architectures. Read full article »


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