Kirtus Leyba from the Biodesign Center for Biocomputing, Security and Society had his work published.
Kirtus Leyba, a computer science PhD student working in the Biodesign Center for Biocomputing, Security and Society recently had his work published in the journal Networking and Internet Architecture.
Kirtus worked alongside Joshua Daymude, Stephanie Forrest and other collaborators to publish "Cutting Through the Noise to Infer Autonomous System Topology." The article dives into how to manage the noise on the internet when attempting to reconstruct the internets topology. Specifically he analyzed the Autonomous Systems layer of the internet, looking at the different network nodes which make up this layer.