The Oregon Network Research Group (ONRG) in the Department of Computer and Information Science (CIS) at the University of Oregon (UO) conducts research in several applied areas of network systems. ONRG (formerly known as MIRAGE group) was founded by Professor Reza Rejaie in January 2004. Our lab is located at Room 331 of the CIS Department (Deschutes Hall) at UO campus.



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Multi-Resolution Analysis of Connectivity and Evolution in Huge Graphs

Understanding where and how the 40K+ routed Autonomous Systems (ASes) in today's Internet interconnect is essential for meaningfully investigating a wide range of critical Internet-related problems such as the vulnerability of the Internet to physical damage. Read More...

IMPACT: Inferring Accurate Geo-Aware PoP-Level Perspective of the Internet's Inter-AS Connectivity

Understanding where and how the 40K+ routed Autonomous Systems (ASes) in today's Internet interconnect is essential for meaningfully investigating a wide range of critical Internet-related problems such as the vulnerability of the Internet to physical damage. Read More...

WalkAbout: Regional Connectivity Analysis Over Large Graphs

WalkAboutis technique to infer a coarse view of connectivity in very large graphs; that is, identify well-connected "regions" with different edge densities and determine the corresponding inter- and intra- region connectivity. We leverage the transient behavior of many short random walks (RW) on a large graph that is assumed to have regions of varying edge density but whose structure is otherwise unknown. Read More...