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        Title           : Sampling and Filtering Techniques for 
                          IP Packet Selection
        Author(s)       : T. Zseby, M. Molina, F. Raspall
        Filename        : draft-ietf-psamp-sample-tech-01.txt
        Pages           : 19
        Date            : 2003-3-6
This document describes sampling and filtering techniques for IP
packet selection. It introduces information models for packet
sampling, for packet filtering and for combinations of methods. The
information models describe what information has to be specified in
order to describe the method. This information is used for
configuring the selection technique in measurement processes and for
reporting the technique in use to the measurement data collection
The document first suggests some terminology, then it describes in
detail packet sampling and packet filtering techniques and their
parameters. It also describes how these two techniques can be
combined to build more elaborate packet selectors. Finally, it
introduces information models for the most common sampling and
filtering techniques.

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