A Source Model for VBR Video Traffic Based on M/G/infinity Input Processes

@inproceedings{Krunz1998ASM,
  title={A Source Model for VBR Video Traffic Based on M/G/infinity Input Processes},
  author={Marwan Krunz and Armand M. Makowski},
  booktitle={INFOCOM},
  year={1998}
}
Statistical evidence suggests that the autocorrelation function of a compressed-video sequence is better captured by (k) = e ? p k than by (k) = k ? = e ? log k (long-range dependence) or (k) = e ?k (Markovian). A video model with such a correlation structure is introduced based on the so-called M=G=1 input processes. Though not Markovian, the model exhibits short-range dependence. Using the queueing performance under`real' video traac as a reference, we study via simulations the queueing… CONTINUE READING

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