Sketch resource allocation for software defined measurement
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This document explains how to use the code developed for the system called SCREAM. The description of SCREAM is published in "SCREAM: Sketch Resource Allocation for Software-defined Measurement” in CoNEXT’15. Note that this system is just developed to test the academic idea of resource allocation for software defined measurement and its implementation can be far from a real-world commercial implementation in terms of coding standards, reliability, and performance. Therefore please use it at your risk.

Finally please refer to the following paper if you use the code in any publication: Masoud Moshref, Minlan Yu, Ramesh Govindan, Amin Vahdat "SCREAM: Sketch Resource Allocation for Software-defined Measurement", CoNEXT, 2015

The framework is the same as my previous project DREAM [SIGCOMM'14]. You can find its guide at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16p2uB_37bZjSvxVjcYpidFw0iRtyNITkvgGkGHPGNCY/edit#