Network Topology and City Accessibility of the Commercial Internet
David C. Wheeler and Morton E. O'Kelly of Ohio State University conducted an experiment designed to measure internet performance and assess both telecommunication access and success. Furthermore, the two observed which U.S. cities are the most efficient in both criteria.
<Tab/>The Internet was originally designed to connect researchers at several national supercomputers and provide a fast medium to share information. The original project was named The National Science Foundation or NSFNET. This backbone was completed in 1988. As the need for global telecommunications and com…
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