An independent-connection model for traffic matrices

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A common assumption made in traffic matrix (TM) modeling and estimation is independence of a packet's network ingress and egress. We argue that in real IP networks, this assumption should not and does not hold. The fact that most traffic consists of two-way exchanges of packets means that traffic streams flowing in opposite directions at any point in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1177080.1177111

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@inproceedings{Erramilli2006AnIM, title={An independent-connection model for traffic matrices}, author={Vijay Erramilli and Mark Crovella and Nina Taft}, booktitle={Internet Measurement Conference}, year={2006} }