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A Replication Study Testing the Validity of AR Simulation in VR for Controlled Experiments

@inproceedings{Chong2009ARS,
  title={A Replication Study Testing the Validity of AR Simulation in VR for Controlled Experiments},
  author={F. Chong and D. Franklin and John Gilbert and Dongrui Fan},
  year={2009}
}
We observe that when network traffic behaviors are represented in vector spaces as relative frequency histograms of behavioral features, they exhibit low-rank linear structure. We hypothesize that this structure is due to the distribution of flow behaviors following a finite mixture model. Aside from being of theoretical interest, this hypothesis has practical consequences: it allows us to make predictions about the probabilities of future flow behaviors from a handful of a flow’s initial… Expand

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