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S-BITE is an AS level topology generator for the Internet

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The Structure-Based Internet Topology gEnerator (S-BITE) is an Autonomous System (AS) level topology generator for the Internet.

The generator exploits a technique that partitions the network topology into two distinct blocks: the Core, which captures the underlying community structure of the Internet, and the Periphery, representing the “tendrils” of the topology.

Thanks to this layering, S-BITE is able to accurately reproduce Internet topology at the statistical level,matching classical graph metrics, and represent its structure.

S-BITE is mostly implemented in C and depends on the igraph library available at http://igraph.sourceforge.net
In order to speed up the execution of the different components, the package uses shell scripts.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research

Programming Language

Unix Shell, C++

Registered

2014-01-05

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