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LÉvy Flights and Fractal Modeling of Internet Traffic
The paper demonstrates that the series of interarrival times is still close to a self-similar process, but the burstiness of the packet lengths decreases significantly compared to earlier traces, as well as applying the theory of smoothly truncated Levy flights and the linear fractal model in examining the variability of Internet traffic.
M-commerce security: the impact of wireless application protocol (WAP) security services on e-business and e-health solutions
This paper features Wireless Applications Protocol (WAP)-based solutions to ensure security of electronic transactions and provides some insights into the associated benefits for using WAP-based applications.
Does the Internet Still Demonstrate Fractal Nature?
The theory of smoothly truncated Levy flights and the linear fractal model are applied and the series of interarrival times was still close to a self-similar process, but the burstiness of the packet lengths decreased significantly compared to earlier traces.
Software agents architecture for controlling long-range dependent network traffic
- T. Gyires
- Computer Science
- 1 October 2003
An Analytic and Experimental Study on the Impact of Jitter Playout Buffer on the E-model in VoIP Quality Measurement
The study shows that adaptive jitter playout buffering does affect the measurement of end user perceived VoIP quality, and the E-Model that excludes the impact of the dynamic jitterplayout buffer cannot provide accurate measurement on how an user perceives conversational quality in VoIP application.
Prioritized Adaptive Max-Min Fair Residual Bandwidth Allocation for Software-Deﬁned Data Center Networks
Prioritized Max-Min Fair Multiple Path forwarding (PMP) can improve application throughput 10 - 12% on average and increase overall link utilization especially when the total demanded bandwidth is close or even exceeds the bisectional bandwidth of a data center network.
The use of Web‐based information systems for non‐work activities: An empirical study
The study suggests that the performance of the Web users can be improved throughimproving the perceived usefulness, improving the perceived ease of use, and having a more aligned task-technology fit.
Simulation of the Harmful Consequences of Self-Similar Network Traffic
- T. Gyires
- Computer ScienceJ. Comput. Inf. Syst.
- 1 June 2002
The harmful consequences of burstiness on various network components are investigated using a model implemented by a discrete event simulation methodology based on a modified version of the M/Pareto model, which can measure network performance parameters.
Methodology for modeling the impact of traffic burstiness on high-speed networks
- T. Gyires
- Computer ScienceIEEE SMC'99 Conference Proceedings. IEEE…
- 12 October 1999
A new methodology is presented that estimates and measures the impact of bursty traffic on network links and network devices applying discrete event simulation techniques and can get more accurate results in measuring the momentarily utilization of links, response time, and the queuing performance of switches and routers in a large network.
Users' Perceptions of Wireless Networks Usage
- Arleen Saluja, P. Mahatanankoon, T. Gyires
- Computer Science, BusinessInt. J. Interdiscip. Telecommun. Netw.
- 1 April 2010
Wireless networks provide the most convenient way to access the Internet. This paper determines how the preliminary and advanced knowledge of wireless networks affect users' perception and usage.…