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SIGCOMM 2006 Workshop on Mining Network Data (MineNet-06)
Program Details -- Friday 15 September 2006
9:15-9:30 Welcome
9:30-10:30 Keynote Talk: On the Infrastructure for Network Data Mining: Concepts and Experiences
S. (Muthu) Muthukrishnan, Google
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break
10:50-12:30 Session 1: Mining and Clustering Break
  Traffic Classification Using Clustering Algorithms
Jeffrey Erman, Martin Arlitt, Anirban Mahanti (University of Calgary)
  Mining Web Logs to Debug Distant Connectivity Problems
Emre Kiciman, David Maltz, Moises Goldszmidt, John Platt (Microsoft Research)
  Minerals: Using Data Mining to Detect Router Misconfigurations
Franck Le, Sihyung Lee, Tina Wong, Hyong Kim (Carnegie Mellon University), Darrell Newcomb (Network Operations, CENIC)
  SVM Learning of IP Address Structure for Latency Prediction
Robert Beverly, Karen Sollins, Arthur Berger (MIT CSAIL)
12:30-13:45 Lunch Break
13:45-15:00 Session 2: Monitoring and Diagnosis
  Diagnosis of TCP Overlay Connection Failures using Bayesian Networks
George Lee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology CSAIL), Lindsey Poole (Princeton University)
  Toward Sophisticated Detection With Distributed Triggers
Ling Huang (University of California, Berkeley), Minos Garofalakis (Intel Research Berkeley), Joe Hellerstein, Anthony D. Joseph (University of California, Berkeley), Nina Taft (Intel Research Berkeley)
  How to Extract BGP Peering Information from the Internet Routing Registry
Giuseppe Di Battista, Tiziana Refice, Massimo Rimondini (University of Roma Tre)
15:00-15:15 Coffee Break
15:15-16:15 Panel discussion: Online Traffic Recognition: A data mining challenge.
Moderators: Andre Broido (Google), Kave Salamatian (LIP6, Paris)
16:15-17:30 Session 3: Privacy and Security
  SC2D: An Alternative to Trace Anonymization
Jeffrey C. Mogul (HP Labs), Martin Arlitt (HP Labs, University of Calgary)
  Privacy-Preserving Performance Measurements
Matthew Roughan (University of Adelaide), Yin Zhang (University of Texas, Austin)
  Forensic Analysis of Autonomous System Reachability
DK Lee, Sue Moon (Div. of Comp. Science, KAIST), Taesang Choi, Taesoo Jeong (ETRI)
17:30-18:00 Concluding Remarks

The ACM SIGCOMM 2006 conference would like to thank the following organizations for their support.