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What TCP/IP protocol headers can tell us about the web
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We report the results of a large-scale empirical study of web traffic. Expand
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Tmix: a tool for generating realistic TCP application workloads in ns-2
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In order to perform realistic network simulations, one needs a traffic generator that is capable of generating realistic synthetic traffic in a closed-loop fashion that "looks like" traffic found on an actual network. Expand
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Statistical Clustering of Internet Communication Patterns
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We describe a new methodology for analyzing Internet traffic based on an abstract model of application-level communication and statistical cluster analysis, and argue that this method of analysis can serve as a foundation for building flexible traffic generation tools. Expand
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Tracking the evolution of Web traffic: 1995-2003
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We provide data suitable for the construction of synthetic Web traffic generators and in doing so retrospectively examine the evolution of Web traffic. Expand
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Spatio-temporal modeling of traffic workload in a campus WLAN
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We present a system-wide, multi-level modeling approach for characterizing the traffic demand in a campus WLAN based on extensive traces collected from the large wireless infrastructure. Expand
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Long-range dependence in a changing Internet traffic mix
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This paper provides a deep analysis of long-range dependence in a continually evolving Internet traffic mix by employing a number of recently developed statistical methods. Expand
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A comparative measurement study the workload of wireless access points in campus networks
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Our goal is to perform a system-wide characterization of the workload of wireless access points (APs) in a production 802.11 infrastructure. Expand
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Generating Realistic TCP Workloads
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We propose a new methodology for transforming anonymized traces of packet headers into application-neutral models of network traffic. Expand
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Queueing analysis of network traffic: methodology and visualization tools
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We provide a framework for analyzing network traffic traces through trace-driven queueing. Expand
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Understanding patterns of TCP connection usage with statistical clustering
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We describe a new methodology for understanding how applications use TCP to exchange data. Expand
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