Kaushik Deka

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Network providers are often interested in providing dynamically provisioned bandwidth to customers based on periodically measured nonstationary traffic while meeting service level agreements (SLAs). In this paper, we propose a dynamic bandwidth provisioning framework for such a situation. In order to have a good sense of nonstationary periodically measured(More)
We propose an adaptive bandwidth provisioning mechanism based on packet-level measurements (done at discrete time intervals) without any assumption on the statistical property of the traffic. Our approach consists of two stages: traffic forecasting, followed by bandwidth estimation. For the first stage, we have developed a Probability-Hop Forecasting(More)
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