A Long-Range Dependent Workload Model for Packet Data Traffic

  title={A Long-Range Dependent Workload Model for Packet Data Traffic},
  author={Mine Çaglar},
  journal={Math. Oper. Res.},
We consider a probabilistic model for workload input into a telecommunication system. It captures the dynamics of packet generation in data traffic as well as accounting for long-range dependence and self-similarity exhibited by real traces. The workload is found by aggregating the number of packets, or their sizes, generated by the arriving sessions. The arrival time, duration, and packet-generation process of a session are all governed by a Poisson random measure. We consider Pareto… CONTINUE READING

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