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Discussant Remarks on Session: Statistical Aspects of Measuring the Internet
AbstractThese remarks will briefly summarize what we learn from the talks in this session, and add some more areas in Internet Measurement that may provide challenges for statisticians. It will also point out some reasons why statisticians may be interested in working in this area.
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