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Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA)

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The Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) conducts network research and builds research infrastructure to support large-scale data collection, curation, and data distribution to the scientific research community. The group, located at the federally funded San Diego Supercomputer Center located at the University of California, San Diego, designs, deploys and maintains a growing number of computational, data analysis and visualization services. The group also ships and maintains small form factor measurement instrumentation to networks around the world, extending its Archipelago (Ark) Internet measurement platform for use by the network and cybersecurity research community. CAIDA researchers develop novel techniques to collect, analyze, query and visualize the resulting data.






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  • (2019), "Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA),"

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